HP gets snap happy with digital cameras

HP gets snap happy with digital cameras

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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