Kodak Easyshare Wireless / M750 First Impressions Review

Kodak’s first WiFi camera has a new interface and an attractive paint job.

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Introduction

Kodak's Easyshare Wireless compact aims to finally fulfill the promise of the "easyshare" concept. The camera is b/g/n WiFi-enabled, and capable of instantly uploading photos and video to Facebook, e-mail, or Kodak Gallery. It's also possible to tether the camera to an iPhone, and upload content from anywhere within the cell network.

The touchscreen interface has us a bit worried, and Kodak imaging has definitely struggled this year. But embedded WiFi has certainly been the star technology of this year's CES, and the strategy here may be exactly what the company needs to turn it around and sell some cameras.

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Sections

  1. Our First Take
  2. Product Tour
  3. Handling
  4. Modes
  5. Controls
  6. Hardware
  7. Conclusion
  8. Photo Gallery
  9. Specs

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