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The Kodak EasyShare line was developed to make uploading videos and pictures to the internet easier. The line was developed and released by the Kodak camera company in 2001 and discontinued in 2012.

The Kodak EasyShare system is a range of compact digital cameras which have a docking station for simple connection to a computer for uploading and charging the camera's batteries. The cameras have conventional USB connections to a computer via a cable, but also feature a connector on the underside for the docking station, so that the camera can simply be dropped onto the dock and the photos uploaded at the press of a button. Docking stations can accept various models of the EasyShare range, and some have inserts to fit the shapes different models.

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Kodak EasyShare DX-Series Edit

Kodak EasyShare CX-Series Edit

Kodak EasyShare C-Series Edit

Kodak EasyShare Z-Series Edit

Kodak EasyShare V-Series Edit

Kodak EasyShare P-Series Edit

Kodak EasyShare-One Series Edit

Kodak EasyShare M-Series Edit

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