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Kodak sheds light on Z1012 digicam

A man's camera. A man's man's camera

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Coined the Z1012, the latest digicam from Kodak is - according to the camera constructor - the "must-have gadget for men this year".

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Kodak's Z1012: a handy-sized man's dream?

The company claims the 10-megapixel camera is a handy, “palm-sized” snapper, sporting a 12x optical zoom and an ISO sensitivity of up to 3200. Which should be enough for peering into dressing room windows from behind the bushes, should you be so inclined.

Face detection and anti-shake features are both built-in, allowing your perfectly framed and blur-free shots to be displayed on the camera’s screen. A multimedia slideshow lets users watch snaps back through several transition effects and with a musical background.

Kodak’s EasyShare Z1012 IS digicam will be available in Europe from May, for around £200 (€260/$400).

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