A new design allows users to upload their pictures straight to your social networks wirelessly or transfer them to your smartphone.
Kodak recently announced that the latest EasyShare M750 wireless camera will feature built-in Wi-Fi to make sharing and syncing photos much easier with home networks, wireless printers, e-mails and social media sites.
What’s even more convenient is that the M750 doesn’t require a Wi-Fi hotspot to work. The camera can transfer the images to a Wi-Fi device such as a smartphone using the Kodak Easyshare Camera app. Through the app, the user can then e-mail the selected photos, upload them on Facebook or post them on the Kodak Gallery. With a home Wi-Fi network, you can quickly send the photos to your computer without having to plug in any cables and wirelessly backup your pictures.
The Kodak M750 offers high-quality 16MP photos and includes a 26mm wide-angle lens and 5X Retinar HD optical zoom. It will be available in April for $169.95.