Kodak EasyShare Touch M5370 celebrates 100 million cameras sold

The sub-$150 ultracompact features a 5x wide-angle lens, 3-inch touch screen, and a whole lot of point, shoot, and share.

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The 16-megapixel Kodak EasyShare Touch M5370 is a refresh of the 14-megapixel Touch released earlier this year featuring a 5x wide-angle lens, 3-inch touch screen, and 720p HD movie capture. It's being offered exclusively through shopping network HSN and its site. (Apparently, more megapixels is key to selling cameras on HSN.)

Really very little changes from the earlier version other than the camera's resolution and it appears to have lost an HDMI output. It still has Kodak's Share button (and accompanying Share app), though, for quickly tagging your shots to be sent off to e-mail addresses or sharing sites when the camera is connected to a computer. International sites Yandex and KAIXIN001 are part of the sharing options now, too.

Improvements have been made to the Share app "to streamline the usability of the Share Button as well as a new Gallery e-mail sharing service that simplifies e-mail sending and greatly improves the receipt and viewing of e-mailed pictures." So, there's that.

Probably the nicest part of the package is that it comes with a $75 credit to use on Kodak Gallery.

You can pick one up in blue, red, purple, or silver for $149.95 (or four payments of $37.48, of course).

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Joshua Goldman is a senior editor for CNET Reviews, covering cameras, camcorders, and related accessories. He has been writing about and reviewing consumer technology and software since 2000.

 

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