If you think shelling out tens of thousands for a Vertu phone is ridiculous,
try this! In line for the Oscars, Kodak made a few special cameras just for the
Best Actress nominees. These special verions of the Kodak Easyshare V570, comes
with studded diamonds on the housing of the camera, in the shape of the
actress’s initials. Each piece is valued at whopping USD$ 20,400! "We thought the
idea of top Oscar noms getting special edition

Moto PEBLs
was pretty sweet. But Kodak’s topped that, and proven that
digicams are as worthy of bling as iPods, cellphones and laptops. The camera
company is shacking up with Kwiat Diamond for a special edition EasyShare V570,
which comes encrusted in 75 Kwiat diamonds in each of the Best Actress nominees’
initials (we’re guessing this one’s Reese Witherspoon). Each is valued at
$ 20,000 ($ 20,400 if you include the cost of the camera), so even if they don’t
win the little gold man, at least these ladies walk away with a very subtle
reminder that they’re rich, famous, and can still hack getting given gifts from
gadget companies worth more than some people make annually."



If you think shelling out tens of thousands for a Vertu phone is ridiculous,
try this! In line for the Oscars, Kodak made a few special cameras just for the
Best Actress nominees. These special verions of the Kodak Easyshare V570, comes
with studded diamonds on the housing of the camera, in the shape of the
actress’s initials. Each piece is valued at whopping USD$ 20,400! "We thought the
idea of top Oscar noms getting special edition

Moto PEBLs
was pretty sweet. But Kodak’s topped that, and proven that
digicams are as worthy of bling as iPods, cellphones and laptops. The camera
company is shacking up with Kwiat Diamond for a special edition EasyShare V570,
which comes encrusted in 75 Kwiat diamonds in each of the Best Actress nominees’
initials (we’re guessing this one’s Reese Witherspoon). Each is valued at
$ 20,000 ($ 20,400 if you include the cost of the camera), so even if they don’t
win the little gold man, at least these ladies walk away with a very subtle
reminder that they’re rich, famous, and can still hack getting given gifts from
gadget companies worth more than some people make annually."