While it suffers at higher ISO sensitivity settings, the Kodak EasyShare Z885 is a surprisingly flexible, affordable camera.
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If you want a camera that uses AA batteries and has a long zoom lens for a low price, pick up a Kodak EasyShare Z5010 before they're gone for good.
This will either be the camera of the future or another toy to send to the island of misfit cameras.
The Kodak Pixpro SP360's 360-degree video is fun to view and experiment with, while its regular full HD video means you're not stuck with a one-trick camera. The rest of the package could use some fine-tuning, though.
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The camera taps eight synchronized shutters and eight microphones to capture 360-degree video and spatial audio.
From the CNET vault: Remember when we used to specify that a camera was digital? Check out what was considered top-of-the-line back in 1995 -- and how much people paid for such cutting-edge technology.
$20,000 for a 1-megapixel camera that can store up to 70 images! Transmit photos via modem! See a cutting-edge new technology called digital photography in this CNET video from 1995.
Forthcoming SLR and videocamera models should capture much more detailed imagery. And the Japanese camera maker can now photograph and reprint the texture of subjects, not just the color.