Rochester, N.Y .— Kodak announced the addition of three C-series digital cameras to its EasyShare lineup, which will be available as stand-alone units or in a bundle with the company’s Series 3 printer dock.
All three models are PictBridge enabled, offer internal memory and use SD/MMC memory cards.
The 5-megapixel C360 will ship this month for a suggested $379 with the printer dock and $279 without. It features a 3x optical zoom, 2-inch LCD screen, 17 scene modes, five color modes, digital red-eye reduction, in-camera cropping and a blur warning.
The C360 can capture up to 2.4 frames per second (fps) in burst mode up to five images. Additional features include VGA resolution video recording with audio at 24 fps, automatic picture rotation and 32MB of internal memory.
Kodak will ship the 4-megapixel C330 in July. The camera features a 3x optical zoom, 1.5-inch LCD screen, 13 scene modes and three color modes. It will retail for a suggested $279 with the printer dock and for $179 without. The camera also offers in-camera cropping, 13 scene modes and three color modes, a 1.8 fps burst mode to three images and 16MB of internal memory.
Finally, Kodak will offer the fixed focal length 4-megapixel C310 this month. The camera sports a 5x digital zoom and a 1.6-inch LCD screen. It will retail for a suggested $239 with the printer dock and for $139 without.
All three new cameras and the Series 3 printer dock are compatible with ImageLink, a technology standard developed by Kodak to enable other manufacturers to produce compatible printer docks and cameras.