Are you one of the few remaining people that has not yet entered the world of digital photography? If the price has always been an issue, then today is your lucky day.
This Kodak M763 digital camera is about as perfect as it gets for starting with digital photography. The camera snaps photos in 7.2 megapixels and features a 3x optical zoom.
The camera is incredibly easy to use, and simple onscreen prompts help you along with taking your pictures.
The M763 normally retails for $100, but if you purchase it from Dell.com, and add coupon code L$15SCF57RH3CP in the checkout screen, you’ll shave $50 off the price, and can order it for just $49.99. Shipping is $8.99.
As with most coupon codes, the deal is not likely to last too long, so if you are in the market for a new (or first) digital camera, don’t wait too long, or you might be too late.
My daily deal for today is for a camera I reviewed last year – the Kodak Zi6 is a pocket handheld HD camcorder.
This camera can record video at 720p, and 60 frames per second, which equals “real HD”. The device has 128MB of built in memory, and an SD(HC) card slot, so you will have to invest a little more in a memory card if you plan to record more than a few minutes of content.
The camera runs off AA batteries, and a charger with 2 AA’s is included. To transfer the video off the Zi6, you simply flip the integrated USB connector out the side, and plug it into your PC. The included software allows for easy transfers to Youtube.
The Kodak Zi6 normally retails for $179, but if you live with a refurbished model, you can pick one up for just $99. Shipping is a pretty outrageous $10.
If you don’t want the gamble of a refurbished version, you can pick up a new Zi6 at Amazon for $151, which comes with free shipping.
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Yes – it is that time of year again. Retailers suddenly have the urge to sell pink Valentines day gadgets. My daily deal for today takes advantage of the nice discounts on pink stuff.
The Kodak C813 EasyShare digital camera takes photos in 8.2 megapixels, and features a 3X optical zoom, 5X digital zoom and image stabilization.
The camera comes runs off regular AA batteries, but you’ll have to provide your own batteries if you want rechargeables. Included in the box is a wrist strap, USB cable, CD, manual and a set of Alkaline AA batteries.
You’ll find the camera on sale at Amazon, who’ll ship it to you for free. Of course, if you or your loved one are not big fans of pink, you can also buy it in silver – for $3 less!
No memory card is included, so be sure to order an SD memory card when you place your order!
Back in September, Gadling had one of the first real reviews of the (then) new Kodak Zi6 pocket HD Camcorder. Of course, as we entered a new year, new technology suddenly becomes old technology, and companies work as hard as they can to introduce upgrades to otherwise perfectly usable tech.
The new Kodak Zx1 has the same basic specifications of the Zi6, but adds some features that make it worth taking a second look at. For starters, the camera will include an HDMI cable, as well as a set of pre-charged batteries.
The most important upgrade though, is in the enclosure, and allows you to take the camera on your next adventure. The Zx1 is weather resistant, and should be able to cope with a bit of dirt, dust and water without turning into an expensive but cute paper weight.
The Zx1 will be available in April for $149.95 and comes in black, red, blue, pink and yellow. Optional accessories include a remote control (cool!), memory cards, a handlebar/helmet mount, and of course a lineup of batteries and memory cards.
Did Santa bring what you asked for this year? If not, and you ended up with a reindeer sweater and a gift card to a bankrupt store, then this deal from Bestbuy might be just what the doctor ordered.
The Kodak Easyshare C813 digital camera has a 3X optical zoom, and takes photos in 8 Megapixels. The camera runs off ordinary AA batteries.
As is often the case nowadays, the great price is only available when you buy the camera in pink. Apparently manufacturers make a lot of pink cameras, but fail to realize that not everyone wants to be seen walking down the street with such a bright color.
Included in the box is the camera itself, a USB cable, AA batteries, a wrist strap and a camera insert for Kodak photo printers/docks. There is no memory card in the box, but the camera does come with 10MB of internal memory, enough for about 3 photos, so be sure to purchase a memory card!
To make the deal even hotter, Bestbuy will throw in a free 2GB USB flash drive and the camera is eligable for their $20 bag/card promotion, where you can buy a camera bag and a 4GB SD card for just $20.
The camera is available online and can be ordered for instore pickup at your local Bestbuy.