Pentax Optio H90
Released February, 2010
The Pros:Fast-moving subjects come out sharp, no blur. Panorama feature is easy to use, great for large vistas. 5x optical zoom is enough for most general uses.
The Cons:A little complicated for entry-level users who just want a point-and-shoot operation. No video functionality, still frames only. Battery life isn't very long.
The Pentax Optio H90 is one of three digital cameras (E90, H90, I-10) released in February 2010. The H90 builds from the E90 by incorporating a more modern & colorful design, as well as an improved 12.1MP sensor, video recording up to 1280x720, and a rechargeable Lithium-ion battery.
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Included also is an improved face detection that can now detect up to 32 faces, Smile Capture, and Blink Detection. Other features remain the same as its predecessor: SD/SDHC memory expansion, a 2.7” display, and USB/AV connectivity.
- Pentax Optio
- Improved Design
- HD Still Capture
- Face Detection
- Smile Capture
- Blink Detection
- 720p Video Recording
- LCD Display + Viewfinder
- SD/SDHC Memory Expansion
- USB Connectivity
- AV Output
- Rechargeable Battery
- Image Sensor: 1/2.3” CCD
- Total Pixels: 12.1MP
- Zoom Ratio: 5X Optical, 6.25X Digital
- Recording Media: 32.7MB Built-In Flash
- Expansion: SD/SDHC Memory Card
- Capture (Still): Up to 12M(4000x3000)
- Capture (Film): 1280x720p30
- Formats (Still): JPEG, DCF2.0, DPOF
- Formats (Film): AVI (Motion JPG)
- Formats (Audio): WAV(PCM), Monaural
- Monitor: 2.7” Wide TFT Color LCD
- Viewfinder: LCD Monitor
- Input/Output Terminals: USB/AV
- Power: Lithium Ion (D-LI88)
- H90 Black
- H90 White
- H90 Orange
User Reviews (1)
fast-moving subjects come out sharp, no blur
panorama feature is easy to use, great for large vistas
5x optical zoom is enough for most general uses
small and light enough to tuck into a shirt pocket comfortably
image stabilization more than accounts for a little hand shake
a little complicated for entry-level users who just want a point-and-shoot operation
no video functionality, still frames only
battery life isn't very long
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