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During 2001 retailers across the UK and Ireland sold more Kodak Advantix cameras than those of any other compact camera manufacturer. Kodak aims to repeat that success during 2002 starting with the introduction of two new models. Summer is a key time for camera sales, with June, July and August accounting for over a quarter of Advanced Photo System (APS) sales in volume terms last year.
Two new Kodak Advantix cameras featuring a sleeker, more modern feel, will be available to retailers in late spring ready for introduction to consumers this summer.
Kodak Advantix F620 Zoom Camera
This latest model replaces the Kodak Advantix F600 camera at 79.99. The F620 offers improvements over its predecessor including easier to use controls, smaller size and styling. The F620 offers high performance zoom pictures at great value.
C470 Auto-Focus Camera
This model replaces the current C450 camera at 49.99. Restyled with a sleek, modern feel, this camera is also smaller and lighter with an improved viewfinder, which offers a crystal clear view of the shot. The C470 includes a top specification for the price, including flip-up flash, auto-focus and all-glass lens.
Advantix T700 Zoom Camera Down in Price
In addition to these two new models, Kodak has announced a price reduction for the Kodak Advantix T700 Zoom camera. From April 2002, this best-selling camera will be even more competitive on the high street at 99.99. The T700 is Kodak's first weatherproof zoom camera and is a camera that is all about style and performance, with a top specification. It has been the spearhead for the Advantix line-up since its launch in October 2001, winning the coveted iF Design Award 2001 for "Excellence in Design".