OPTIO V10

Camera Type: Compact Digital
Manufacturer: PENTAX
Manufacturer's Suggested Price: $249.95

Focal Length Multiplier
Effective Pixels 8
Digital Media Type SD/SDHC
ISO Min 50
ISO Max 3200
Min Shutter Speed 4
Max Shutter Speed 1/2000
Min Aperture 3.1
Max Aperture 5.9
Optical Zoom 3
Zoom Range In 35mm Min 36
Zoom Range In 35mm Max 108
Digital Zoom 4
Continuous Shooting Y
LCD Size In Inches 3.0
Weight In Ounces 4.2
Width 3.7
Height 2.3
Depth 0.7
Aperture Priority Mode N
Shutter Priority Mode N
Manual Priority Mode
Auto Focus Y
Manual Focus N
Image Stabilization N
Macro Mode Y
Built In Flash Y
Flash Hotshoe N
Viewfinder N
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User: BRINSK
Submitted:05/30/2008
YOU CAN'T GO WRONG!
Product Rating:
This camera is loaded with a ton of useful features and it is extremely compact! It's size is so convenient when I go out and want to take pictures and I LOVE the large LCD. For $249...this camera is a STEAL!
Pros: GREAT PRICE, Tons of features, small size, Large LCD, great brand name! PERFECT
Cons: none that I am aware of!!!!
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