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A woman displays a Kodak EasyShare CX 4200 digital camera in front a poster during a press conference at a local department store in Taipei 17 September, 2002. The 2.1 million pixels digital camera with the Kodak Retinar lens can email from the camera body. SAM YEH/AFP/Getty Images


 
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