The name Kodak often conjures up images of old school cameras, but the company did plunge headlong into the world of digital cameras for some years already, and with the Kodak EasyShare M750, it will be yet another Wi-Fi enabled digital camera that is ready and raring to hit the market – good thing it has already arrived at the FCC, picking up approval for its 802.11 b/g/n capabilities. Apart from that, the FCC filings also do point towards a profile label photo of the M750 that you can check out above. There is still no word on pricing or availability as at press time, so we will just have to sit this one out for the moment. Just how convenient do you find a Wi-Fi enabled digital camera to be in your experience so far, or have you yet to see the need to pick one up? Alternatively, you can always purchase an Eye-Fi SD memory card that not only helps you stash your photos on them, but to start transferring media sans wires, too.
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