Kodak PixPro AZ528 Astro Zoom

Kodak PixPro AZ528 Astro Zoom

Kodak PixPro AZ528 Astro Zoom

Los Angeles, CA—JK Imaging Ltd. released the newest addition to the Kodak PixPro line of 2019/2020 mega-zoom bridge cameras. The Kodak PixPro AZ528 Astro Zoom point-and-shoot compact camera, available in midnight blue, joins the line at an affordable price point.

The AZ528 bridges the gap between the 40x and 65x Astro Zoom bridge models that are already available. Moreover, the Astro Zoom category includes cameras whose optical zoom lenses span from 25x to 90x. In addition, MSRPs start at $149.99 and top out at $499.99 for the higher-end AZ901 90x bridge camera.

Kodak PixPro AZ528

“Giving our customers the ability to choose between a well-curated selection of Kodak PixPro models and the choice to step up or down in the purchase process without sacrificing quality is paramount,” said Paul Meyhoefer, vice president of JK Imaging Ltd. “We believe the varied model offerings at affordable price points for different shoppers’ wants and needs continues to be a defining and winning combination.”

Kodak PixPro AZ528

The AZ528 features a 52x optical zoom, 24mm wide-angle lens and a 16-megapixel CMOS sensor. Furthermore, built- in Wi-Fi connects it to the complimentary PixPro Remote Viewer app (iOS and Android). The app allows photographers to remotely control the camera, as well as upload photos and videos to social media and computers without having to connect via a cable.

In addition, the AZ528 employs a 3-inch LCD and optical image stabilization. It is also capable of recording 1080p video and 360° panorama capture. Moreover, the camera can shoot at a rate of 6 frames per sec in full resolution. It also provides High Dynamic Range (HDR) shooting, along with scene modes.

The Kodak PixPro AZ528 Astro Zoom camera has a suggested retail price of $249.99.


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