It doesn't sport Wi-Fi like the EasyShare-One, but Kodak's 6-megapixel V610 still lets you wirelessly transfer photos, this time via Bluetooth, so you can share your pix with other 'toothy gadgets — PCs, printers, cell phones, and all the rest — as long as they're within 30 feet or so. At 4.4 x 2.2 x 0.9 inches, the V610 has the temporary distinction of being the world's smallest 10X optical zoom digital camera, a feat made possible by the camera's dual-lens technology and a zoom that's "internal," meaning the lenses don't protrude out of the camera's chassis. Check out the 360° views on Kodak's site for a sense of the good size of the 2.8-inch LCD screen. The EasyShare V610 will be available May 8th (you can pre-order one now) for $450.
Kodak EasyShare V610, via Gizmodo