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Kodak EasyShare M580 Camera Giveaway!

by on September 22, 2010
in Cameras and Photography, Giveaways, Cameras, Point-and-Shoots, Organization :: 155 comments

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Giveaway sponsored by Kodak

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  2. Once you have subscribed, tell us in a comment below "How would you use your new Kodak camera?"

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See Official Rules below for more detail.
 

About the Kodak EasyShare M580 Camera

Kodak EasyShare M580Sharing your life is simple with the Kodak EasyShare ($199.95 MSRP). The Share button lets you tag photos for FACEBOOK, FLICKR and KODAK Gallery sites, plus e-mail too. Connect the EasyShare to your computer and the photos are automatically uploaded.

The Kodak EasyShare M580 also provides a range of features to help you take great photos:

• 8X SCHNEIDER-KREUZNACH Optical Zoom Lens
• 28mm wide-angle lens
• Image stabilization
• 14 MP sensor
• Smart Capture automatically identifies the scene and adjusts camera settings
• Face Recognition for 20 pre-tagged faces so you can easily locate and share
• 3.0 in. LCD
• 720p HD Video at 30 fps
• 1600 ISO

Official Rules

We will randomly select one (1) winner from the entries. No purchase is necessary to win. The giveaway will end at 11:59pm on October 5th, 2010.  Void where prohibited. U.S. residents only. Click here for the full rules.



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a current subscriber.I would use

From Denice P on September 23, 2010 :: 9:25 pm

a current subscriber.

I would use my new Kodak camera to take pics of my hubby’s grandma not that she is getting older and this way I’ll have pic of her to pass down to our children. Thank you for the chance.

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I would use the Kodak

From Teresa L on September 23, 2010 :: 10:19 pm

I would use the Kodak Easyshare Camera to capture the every day precious memories. It’s so important to hold on to our lives in every way possible to pass on through the generations.

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I'm a Techlicious subscriber.

From Christina on September 24, 2010 :: 12:47 am

I’m a Techlicious subscriber.  I’d use this Kodakshare Camera (having used some of those of my friends and found it very easy to handle) to create my own personal history.  For years I worked in TV with other people’s expensive equipment but didn’t get to take the pics that make up my own life!

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I am a journalist specializing

From Andy on September 24, 2010 :: 1:16 am

I am a journalist specializing in the ranching industry.  I would use the Kodakshare Camera to take photos in the field.

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I would use this to

From elizabeth p on September 24, 2010 :: 1:22 am

I would use this to capture my husbands college graduation.

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I would take some pictures

From Jeff on September 24, 2010 :: 7:05 am

I would take some pictures of my family.

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I'd use it to capture

From Cynthia S on September 24, 2010 :: 7:40 am

I’d use it to capture the beautiful landscape that our country offers

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I have been wanting to

From CATHARINE R on September 24, 2010 :: 3:27 pm

I have been wanting to sell some items on Ebay, so this camera would be great to have.
(new subscriber)

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I'm a subscriber and I'd

From Christine on September 24, 2010 :: 4:41 pm

I’m a subscriber and I’d love to take some beautiful pictures of our vacation next year, hoping to go on a cruise!  Thank you!

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I will use my new

From Maria on September 24, 2010 :: 5:36 pm

I will use my new Kodak camera to take random shots of my son playing his high school baseball games.

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I would love to give

From Lori L. on September 24, 2010 :: 10:41 pm

I would love to give this to my husband for Christmas.  He has been wanting a camera and this would be the perfect gift for him.  smile

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i guess i'd be nice

From jackie h on September 25, 2010 :: 8:59 am

i guess i’d be nice and give up the camera to hubby so he could take family photos

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I would use it to

From Nancy on September 25, 2010 :: 11:23 am

I would use it to take pictures of students in my classroom to share with their families!

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I love to visually document

From S.F. jenkins on September 25, 2010 :: 1:53 pm

I love to visually document life. This camera would be used at home with my family to record and preserve our life for our future family; at work to document the progress of our students and at church as a reminder of the reflective nature of our faith during the many activities performed in the community.

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I've signed up for Techlicious

From Maria on September 25, 2010 :: 5:12 pm

I’ve signed up for Techlicious Newsletter (turfia18@gmail.com)

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I'd love to have a

From Maria on September 25, 2010 :: 5:14 pm

I’d love to have a small but great camera to capture memories with - family, holidays, kids… and share with my friends and family in an easy way (FB!).

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I would use this for

From Willa S on September 25, 2010 :: 5:29 pm

I would use this for online friends, who i have not seen in long time to take PIX and send to them,pn Facebook, and My Space.  This is not a huge zoom but would work for internet,

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I would take pictures with

From Amy B on September 25, 2010 :: 5:47 pm

I would take pictures with my friends.

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I'm looking for a pocket

From Jim Eber on September 25, 2010 :: 8:54 pm

I’m looking for a pocket camera and this is the camera.

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I'm an email subscriber.

From Jill L on September 25, 2010 :: 9:41 pm

I’m an email subscriber.  I would love to use this to take some incredible pictures of my kids.

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Video and still photos in

From Jacy Voglewede on September 26, 2010 :: 12:43 am

Video and still photos in one camera!!!  It would be a dream come true!  I would use my new camera to capture everyday moments of whatever is going on and start a daily blog.  I’d call it “A Picture A Day” or “At least one a day!”

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I would take a bunch

From Kathy Luman on September 26, 2010 :: 12:37 pm

I would take a bunch of photos of my new grandson and his two older sisters.

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Waiting to see if I

From Bruce Fontaine on September 26, 2010 :: 3:03 pm

Waiting to see if I won the Lenovo laptop I decided enter here for this camera.

I would use my new Kodak camera to take family pictures that I’m 3 years behind on.

Unfortunately kids grow too fast and memories ca only be captured once.

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This Kodak would replace my

From Ron Ablang on September 26, 2010 :: 6:03 pm

This Kodak would replace my main camera and camcorder.

Record precious memories of my newborn.

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I would use my new

From swisspotluck on September 27, 2010 :: 1:17 am

I would use my new Kodak camera to…..take pictures!  Really.  I would take pictures of the cats, pictures while on vacation, pictures of family, pictures of friends, pictures of the neighbors and their goats, etc…  All sorts of photographs would be taken.

The Kodak camera actually seems much better than the current rather old digital camera that I have.  If I were to upgrade to the Kodak I could give my old one to my niece (helping me keep “Most Favorite Aunt” status.)

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I am already subscriberand I

From meeyeehere on September 27, 2010 :: 5:35 pm

I am already subscriber
and I would give this camera to my mom because it would be easier for her to understand then some other cameras and she would take family photos and tons of garden pictures every day.She is still using film loading but she wants to go digital now
jacksoncrisman@yahoo.com

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I signed up for the

From Miranda Ward on September 28, 2010 :: 8:53 am

I signed up for the newsletter freebiegoddess03@aol.com

I would take my camera along with me everywhere to catch my kids special moments

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I got that news letter

From cris richman on September 28, 2010 :: 9:52 am

I got that news letter now

I would use this camera for family events,for my class which I take photos of the projects we are working on.This would be awesome to have.
Thanks.

truthhole@gmail.com

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I am already a subscriber!

From Jen on September 28, 2010 :: 10:33 am

I am already a subscriber!

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I'd use it for vacation

From AuraR on September 28, 2010 :: 11:08 am

I’d use it for vacation photos

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I'm a subscriber. I

From McKim on September 28, 2010 :: 12:16 pm

I’m a subscriber.  I would use it to take lots of pictures of my new little grandson.

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I would use it to

From Brad on September 28, 2010 :: 6:44 pm

I would use it to take pictures of my kids.

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I'm subscribed. If I won

From Susan C on September 28, 2010 :: 11:32 pm

I’m subscribed. If I won I would use this for everyday pictures of friends and family-especially my grandkids.
smchester at gmail dot com

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Subcribed ages ago. I would

From Gaurav on September 29, 2010 :: 2:18 pm

Subcribed ages ago. I would use it to take pictures of my dog Mr. Cactus and all the cats we have running around home. My phone camera just doesn’t cut it. Besides this, when I move away from home for my next degree, it’ll be useful to take snaps of day-to-day stuff and send it to the folks back home.

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subscriberI would use the camera

From Patricia on September 29, 2010 :: 2:44 pm

subscriber
I would use the camera to capture our home orchard as it grows. I cant wait to see our fruit trees matured and full of fruit.

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I would use the new

From Evelyn Wackett on September 29, 2010 :: 5:36 pm

I would use the new camera as an alternative to my current camera. I would more than likely take pictures of our grandchild enjoying the outdoors and nature as she learns about the birds and other creatures.

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I have grandchildren and this

From Tom on September 29, 2010 :: 9:56 pm

I have grandchildren and this camera would make it so much easier catching them in their natural play time.

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This camera would be perfect

From Carla Azevedo-Taber on September 30, 2010 :: 1:08 am

This camera would be perfect to save all the memories as we go to vacations, events, even regular weekend days… Looking forward to winning it smile

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I've been wanting a digital

From Carol B on September 30, 2010 :: 1:44 pm

I’ve been wanting a digital camera for a long time. I would love this so I could download them right to my computer via my copy/scanner/printer machine. My Great Niece is expecting a baby soon and I would like to take pictures of him!

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I would take pictures of

From kathy on September 30, 2010 :: 3:37 pm

I would take pictures of my two dogs.

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I would give it to

From rebecca on October 01, 2010 :: 11:15 pm

I would give it to my daughter who takes the family pictures.

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I subscribe and I would

From Janna Johnson on October 02, 2010 :: 1:40 am

I subscribe and I would use it for my next vacation!
Awesome contest! Thanks for entering me!
Janna Johnson
jannajanna@hotmail.com
Janna@Feedyourpigblog.com
www.feedyourpigblog.com

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I love taking all sorts

From Mya Brooks on October 02, 2010 :: 5:48 am

I love taking all sorts of pics. Mainly nature related!

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I am a subscriber!

From Jaque on October 02, 2010 :: 6:32 pm

I am a subscriber!  I would use the Kodak EasyShare M580 Camera by recording all of my children’s milestones…and sharing them.  grin  Thank you.

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I am already a Techlicious

From Debbie C on October 02, 2010 :: 9:58 pm

I am already a Techlicious email subscriber with the same email address that I used to sign in for this comment.

I would use the Kodak EasyShare for vacations, parties, eBay goods and so much more.

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Holiday season is almost upon

From Dave on October 02, 2010 :: 10:40 pm

Holiday season is almost upon us and what better way to capture those cute Halloween costumes and lively family gatherings than with a spiffy new Kodak EasyShare camera. Thank you for the great give-away.

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already a subscriber..I would use

From sherry gibbs on October 02, 2010 :: 11:50 pm

already a subscriber..

I would use this camera for work and play. I have totally without a digital cam right now and I often need one for work and carry it around in my pocket the rest of the time because I dont wanna miss a thing!

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I would use this camera

From Lisa A on October 03, 2010 :: 12:46 am

I would use this camera all the time to capture all our family moments for posterity.  Thanks for the giveaway!

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I would use it to

From Scott Harris on October 03, 2010 :: 2:24 am

I would use it to post scouting activities such as hikes and eagle projects on Flickr for families to download

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I am a business teacher

From catherine copeland on October 03, 2010 :: 9:19 am

I am a business teacher and I could use the camera to take pictures of our students at various FBLA events

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