Pentax Optio E70
Released February, 2009
The Pros:Affordable price. Same internal technologies found on the more expensive P70.
The Cons:Extremely simple point-and-shoot.
The Optio E70 is a simple point-and-shoot camera from Pentax. Featuring a 10MP sensor, 3x optical zoom, and a 2.4" LCD screen, the E70 includes the same Pixel Track Shake Reduction and Advanced Facial Recognition technology as the more expensive P70.
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Alongside the lower cost, the E70 has lower resolution video capture (VGA vs 720P/15), 2 fewer megapixels, a smaller screen, and uses AA batteries instead of a built-in battery pack. Available in February in gold, blue and red, the E70 will cost $140.
- Sensor & Lens: 10MP sensor, smc PENTAX lens
- Screen: 2.4", 112,000 dots
- Memory: support for SD/SDHC cards
- Compact size
- Fast AF & AE functions, up to 32 faces are detected in 0.03 seconds
- Available in gold, blue, and red
User Reviews (1)
same internal technologies found on the more expensive P70
extremely simple point-and-shoot
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