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World’s First Dual-Lens Camera, Kodak’s Easyshare V570

By David Ponce

Nice new offering from Kodak here. The Easyshare V570 is the world’s first dual-lens digicam, using rather uninspiredly sounding “Kodak Retina Dual-Lens Technology”. Well, I guess they had to call it something, but the point here is that this camera has two Schneider-Kreuznach C-Variogon prism lenses: one for zoom, one for wide-angle. That way, you don’t have to compromise.

Aside from that, this 5MP camera is pretty run-of-the-mill: 2.5″ LCD, SD storage, MPEG-4 video, etc.

It’s expected to retail at $400.

[Easyshare V570] VIA []


3 responses to “World’s First Dual-Lens Camera, Kodak’s Easyshare V570”

  1. Jealousy says:

    Any ideas how this acctually works? Do those lenses rotate, or the CCD jumps up and down?

  2. Xantos says:

    It features two CCD’s, one for each lense.