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Shoot in high-resolution with Concord's digital camera.  

You won’t see Concord’s Eye-Q 4360z on any fashion-show runways, but you won’t find another digital camera as good at a price so low, either. The Eye-Q shoots images at a resolution of four megapixels, the current sweet spot for high-quality digital pictures, and it’s just $199 at select CompUSA, Duane Reade, Office Max, Rite-Aid, Ritz Camera, Target, and Walgreens stores. (Other four-megapixel models usually cost at least $50 more, with the majority above $300.) The Eye-Q also has a 1.5-inch color LCD display, an SD memory-card slot, continuous-shooting mode, and AVI-movie capability so you can make short low-res films. It works with both Macs and PCs and uses regular AA batteries, which means you don’t have to rely on a manufacturer’s pricey proprietary charger.


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