Summary: Though Kodak was the undisputed king of the film-era snapshot camera, the digital era has been better for behemoths like Nikon and dynamic smaller players like Olympus, the latter of which has enjoyed unprecedented success since the transition. This is due more to the great quality of the competition's products rather than to any lack of movement on Kodak's part.
Excerpt: It's only four months since we reviewed Kodak's M753, but its heir is already here. The minimal differences in their designs include a slightly bigger screen at 2.7in and 230,000 pixels, and a choice of red, black or silver finishes. The resolution has crept up from 7.0 to 7.2 megapixels, and the maximum ISO speed from 1250 to 1600.
Excerpt: Como indica su nombre, la serie EasyShare de cámaras Kodak permiten compartir las fotografías de una forma directa y sencilla. Una vez que hemos conectado la cámara al ordenador, apretando un solo botón podemos enviar fotografías por correo electrónico, guardarlas en el disco duro o imprimirlas.