Kodak outs EasyShare Touch M5370 comapct camera

Kodak has announced a new pocket-sized, point-and-shoot camera that will allow you to share your photos easy with a special Share Button.

Kodak EasyShare Touch M5370 boasts 16-megapixel CCD sensor, capable of 720p HD video recording and has a 3-inch (230k-dot) LCD touchscreen that will let you take a picture by simply tap the screen or to add different effects like background blur and spot color. The camera comes a 5X wide angle SCHNEIDER KREUZNACH lens and with over 20 special shooting modes, as well as Face Recognition and Face Tagging.

Kodak EasyShare Touch M5370

When you connect the camera to a PC or laptop, you can automatically upload selected photos to Facebook, Kodak Gallery, thanks to dedicated Share Button App, and also thanks to the Face Tagging feature will let you to upload your images to Facebook with your friends already tagged.

Kodak EasyShare Touch M5370 back

The EasyShare Touch M5370 is available in silver, blue, pink and red for $179.95.

Source: Kodak

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