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The Kodak Playsport is essentially a waterproof version of the company's Zi8 model. Regardless of its capability to survive a dunk down 10 feet underwater and keep shooting, the Playsport is a nicer design with rounded corners, a smaller body, and well-spaced buttons.

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The camera will be available in Abyss (black), Wave Crash (blue), and Adrenaline Rush (purple) for $149.95 beginning in April 2010. Oh, and it has a nice wide-angle lens, to boot.

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Sorry about the blurry photo, but what you're looking at is the HDMI out, Mini-USB port, and power jack.

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Just a picture of the port door closed. The big missing feature from this model is a built-in USB cable. It was cut from the design because Kodak would've needed to make the body bigger in order to cover it with a waterproof hatch.

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The other side has the door with the battery and an SDHC card slot for memory cards up to 32GB, which can record up to 10 hours of HD video.

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One of the other major differences from the Zi8 is the inclusion of the LCD Glare Shield that gives you two filters (the black-and-white one is pictured here) to choose from that help you see your subject on the display screen in reflective outdoor situations. The filters are applied only to the screen--not to your final video.

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