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I love this camera... i got it for a graphic designing class totally modern.... i love it...
was disappointed with the pictures... despite the flash brightness of the pictures were dark and there were problems with the contrast.
I am new to digital photos---2 1/4" screen is a help.
The Pentax Optio E10 couples a 1/2.5 six megapixel CCD imager, 3x optical zoom lens and 2.4 LCD display with 110,000 pixels - but no optical viewfinder - in a compact body. The Pentax E10 focuses on ease of use and affordability, with an list price of just $200. On the mode dial, what Pentax is calling Simple mode lets the camera control absolutely every variable other than image size and quality, for the ultimate in point-and-shoot simplicity.Other features include 10MB of built-in storage memory, NTSC / PAL video and USB data connectivity, a built-in flash and a macro mode that allows focusing as close as five centimeters. Power comed courtesy of two AA batteries - either alkaline disposable, or NiMH rechargeable. The Pentax E10 goes on sale from February 2006. Read more