Kodak Camera With Built-In Wi-Fi Lets You Share Photos Instantly

Kodak Camera With Built-In Wi-Fi Lets You Share Photos Instantly

A new design allows users to upload their pictures straight to your social networks wirelessly or transfer them to your smartphone.

Yi Chen
  • 11 january 2012

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.

Kodak EasyShare M750

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