Kodak Resurrects | Introduces Waterproof, Long-Zoom KODAK PIXPRO Digital Cameras

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Building on over 120 years of Kodak’s long-standing legacy, JK Imaging Ltd., the licensee for KODAK PIXPRO Digital Cameras and Devices has launched its first full line of KODAK PIXPRO branded digital cameras available to consumers this year.

The new KODAK PIXPRO line claims to have world’s advanced long-zoom technology and easy to use features available, answering the need to preserve life’s special occasions and memories for generations to come.

The new KODAK PIXPRO Astro Zoom Camera models are a more robust camera than traditional point and shoot models and have  cutting-edge technology with 25x to 52x optical zoom, a far less expensive option to an entry-level DSLR style camera.

The cameras boast 24 mm wide-angle lenses and a host of manual settings and features for customizing camera settings and exploring the art of photography. Centered on the flagship AZ521, the cameras offer a powerful 52x optical zoom for under $300 plus a 24 mm wide-angle lens; 1080p HD Video; 3.0″ 460K LCD; optical image stabilization (OIS) and rechargeable lithium-ion battery.

jk-kodak-az361The balance of Astro Zoom models offer a range of affordable price points, including the AZ251 (25x), AZ361 (36x), AZ362 (36x CMOS), AZ501 (50x) and AZ522 (52x CMOS with Electronic View Finder), priced respectively from $179.99 – $349.99 .

Apart from the Astro Zoom bridge category, the KODAK PIXPRO line will include two waterproof 1080p HD video devices; the compact, waterproof KODAK PIXPRO SPZ1 Digital Camcorder ($139.99) and KODAK PIXPRO SP1 Digital Action Cam ($169.99 – $199.99) for rugged, all weather, extreme sport lovers and vacationers.

The KODAK PIXPRO Friendly Zoom line of point-and-shoot digital cameras is also available with the entry level FZ41, FZ51 and FZ151 for customers who still want an affordable, quality, point-and-shoot compact camera ranging from $89.99 – $129.99 .