It may be in the throes of dealing with one of the largest mergers in IT history, but that hasn't stopped Hewlett-Packard releasing two new smart-looking digital cameras. The new cameras include a higher end four-megapixel Photosmart 812, and a "first-time digital camera users" Photosmart 120. The 812 model features one minute of sound and motion recording, as well as still shots, while the 120 features 30 seconds of motion/sound recording. The 812 camera produces printed enlargements up to 279x432mm and offers a 21x zoom. HP's new Instant Share technology gives users 14 pre-programmed destinations to send photos from the Photosmart 812 when connected to a PC or using the provided dock such as PC, printer, e-mail, storage drives or TV. The 120 single-megapixel camera has a 35.5mm colour display and a 2x digital zoom. Retail pricing begins at $1,299 for the Photosmart 812, and $299 for the Photosmart 120. Both come with a one-year hardware warranty.
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