Kodak is launching four new compact cameras, including one that builds on the success of the V570, its double-lens compact camera.
The Easyshare V705 features 7.0-effective megapixels, which is 2 million pixels more than the V570.
The camera features not only two Kodak Retina lenses, but also two 7.0MP sensors, and incorporates anti-blur technology as well as Perfect Touch technology.
Other features include a 5x optical zoom range, 22 scene and three colour modes, and VGA video recording at 30fps with sound.
The slightly less-chic C875 is an affordable choice of compact, featuring 8.0MP an da 5x all-glass optical zoom lens.
It has a 2.5-inch LCD on the rear, as well as Perfect Touch technology to improve picture quality, and VGA-quality movie recording.
The 7.1MP C743 and the 5.0MP C433 also join the Easyshare rank. The V705 will cost around £279.99; the C875, £229.99; the C743, £149.99; and the C433, £89.99.