Mediocre video quality and a couple design issues keep the Kodak PlayTouch from being a top-notch minicamcorder.
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The iconic photography brand has emerged from bankruptcy, but don't expect a return to business as usual.
Kodak's new PlayTouch looks and acts like a Flip Camera -- one that's been injected with enough steroids to kill a large badger.
The popular Zi8 pocket video camera gets updated with a sleek body and a 3-inch capacitive touch screen.
Kodak has filed for bankruptcy, but is suing Samsung, as well as Apple and HTC.
The Flip may be dead, but it spawned an entire device category: the shoot-and-share mini-camcorder. Here are some of its followers worth checking out now and down the road.
Flip Video is dead, in the face of competition from big-name rivals, video-shooting cameras, and camera phones. Here's some alternatives.
A full HD minicamcorder that's stick thin. Or is it a thin stick?
Sony goes more sophisticated with its latest minicamcorders using a slim metal casing and a 3-inch touch screen.