Kodak Playsport Pocket Cam Gets Ruggeder, and the Playfull Is Its Tiny 1080p SiblingKyle VanHemert1/04/11 12:00amFiled to: PocketcamsCamerasKodakKodak playsportKodak playfullPvcsCes2011CESBest201118EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalinkPocket cams need something extra to set themselves apart from legions of video-shooting smartphones these days. The second-gen Kodak Playsport makes its name by being rugged; its little brother, the new Kodak Playfull, does so by being tiny.Most of us already walk around with decent pocket cams in our pockets—our smartphones. But there are places our smartphones can't go! Like underwater! The second-generation Kodak Playsport pocket cam takes up where the first one left off, shooting 1080p video up to 10 feet underwater while adding dustproof and shockproof statuses to its adventure-ready resume. The new model still shoots 5MP stills, though the sensor's been upgraded for better lowlight performance and the Li-Ion battery's now 25% beefier. It's also got a newly-bestowed autofocus, film effects for prettying up your videos both pre- and post-shooting, and a new hardware share button for getting things going once you're plugged into your computer. It'll be on sale at the end of March in a buncha colors for $179.95.