Kodak has unveiled two zoom digital cameras - the DC280 and the DC215.

The £599 DC280 has a 2.3 megapixel CCD sensor, and can capture images at a resolution of 1,760-x-1,168 pixels. A 20MB CompactFlash card can store 245 low-resolution images, or 32 high-resolution images.

The DC280 has a 2x wide-angle optical zoom which can be extended digitally to 6x. Its USB connection enables transfer of images to the Mac platform.

The £349 DC215 is Kodak’s most compact megapixel camera to date. The 115-x-43-x-67mm model features a 2x wide-angle optical zoom and can capture images at a resolution of up to 1,152-x-864 pixels.

Its free 4MB memory card can store between 12-54 images, depending on resolution.

Other features include multi-lingual display options, JPEG and FPX file formats, and creative border templates.