Pentax Optix X Review ! (Full Version)

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T3TRISizer -> Pentax Optix X Review ! (12/7/2004 2:37:11 PM)

Offering twice the versatility in digital imaging, the PENTAX Optio X opens with just a twist of the hand and positions the lens on one side for shooting freedom and the generous LCD monitor on the other side for viewing ease. With 5.0 effective megapixel clarity, a 3X optical zoom and a unique design that allows both above-the-head and hip-level shots, the Optio X also features a high-performance, 2.0 inch, low-temperature poly silicon TFT color LCD monitor.

Optio X users will not sacrifice size for innovation. The Optio X body is a mere .7 inch thick making it the thinnest model in the entire Optio series. The Sliding Lens system — a unique PENTAX feature that allows the lens to be completely retracted inside the body as soon as the power is turned off — allows the Optio X to be carried in almost any size pocket or purse.


Optio X Features:
Ultra compact 4.4 x 2.1 x 0.7 inches, weighs just 4.4 ounces
Stylish "Twist" body
3x Pentax zoom lens (35-105mm in 35mm equivalent)
5.0-megapixel CCD imager for images up to 2560 x 1920
270° swiveling 2.0" color TFT LCD monitor with 100% coverage
Interval shooting mode, you choose the time between frames and the amount of images captured
Records 320 x 240 motion JPEG with audio at 15fps, length limited to media capacity
30 second voice memos can be attached to images
Shooting modes selected from a virtual mode dial
Super macro mode coverage down to 2.4 inches
Three metering choices: multi-segment, center weighted and spot
28-zone, 62-city, world time with alarm clock.
Time-lapse movie mode
Audio-Video output for TV display
Rechargeable lithium-ion battery included
Approx. 14 MB of internal memory plus SD card slot
PictBridge, Epson PRINT Image Matching II and Exif Print compatible
USB Mass Storage compliant

Source : Steves-Digicams


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