Model number M341
* 12.2 mega pixels.
* Plastic body.
* 3 x optical zoom.
* 5 x digital zoom.
* 2.7in LCD screen.
* PictBridge compatible.
* Digital anti-blur.
* Face detection up to 5 faces.
* Continuous shooting up to 1.5 frames per second.
* Red eye reduction.
* Memory card compatibility: SD/SDHC.
* Movie capture and playback with sound.
* Maximum ISO 1600.
* 18 scene modes.
* Intelligent scene mode.
* Self timer.
* Built-in flash.
I've just reserved one of these it's a fantastic camera for the money. Im really into potography and normally use a Canon DSLR but its not always practical to carry a bulky camera around so I usually keep a compact camera too. Previously I had a Kodak m320 which is an older 9mp version of the same camera. The features on the camera are very simple to use and the functions are fairly intuitive. The focus and face detection make it great for point and shoot photos. Video recording is really high quality. 12mp is more resolution than most people will ever need, the images are consistantly sharp and colour reproduction is spot on. It comes complete with lithium battery and charger which lets you take hundreds of photos between charges.
You can pick up cheap accessories too (extra batteries for around a fiver) and you can get over 1500 images at full resolution on a 4gb SDHC memory card (I got 2 for £8)
Anyway I really rate these and there are loads of inferior cameras with higher price tags.
More info if you need it http://shop.kodak.co.uk/store/ekconseu/en_GB/pd/M341_Digital_Camera/productID.147428800