The P-series The Easy Share brand also was incorporated with the original 5000-series all-in-one inkjet printers (superseded by the ESP line), thermal photo printers and printer docks (now discontinued), and camera docks.Kodak Easy Share software is used to transfer and catalog images from Easy Share camera models and can also be used with existing images (in .gif, .png, .jpg, or format) and non-Kodak digital cameras.The DX series cameras were the first Easy Share models released.
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The P-Series was Kodak's "Performance" series intended to bring DSLR-like features to a consumer model.
The series is now discontinued, superseded by higher-end Z-Series models.
Typically, Z-Series cameras have higher optical zooms than any other series.
The highest optical zoom camera offered by Kodak is the Z990 The V-Series was another style-oriented range of consumer digital cameras, replacing the original LS series.
These were the only consumer models to leverage an external flash, The Easy Share-One series were the first consumer Wi-Fi Digital Cameras, that used an SDIO card to automatically upload pictures in wi-fi hotspots. The Easy Share were originally a blend between thinner point-and-shoot cameras (C series) and stylish cameras (V series), now positioned as "Sleek and Stylish" with the discontinuance of the V-Series.
They are usually available in a variety of colors and generally have features not available in the C-Series line.
Other features include the ability to rate, tag, and caption pictures (using industry tagging standards on the files themselves), online print ordering facilities, photo enhancement and alteration capabilities, and home printing page layout control.