Pentax Optio I-10
Released February, 2010
The Pros:Cool old-school aesthetic. Easy to use. Compact design.
The Cons:Interface isn't as interesting or striking at the cameras outward design. Standard image quality - the same as any basic, less flashy point & shoot camera. Overpriced for what it is.
The Pentax Optio I-10 is one of three digital cameras (E90, H90, I-10) released in February 2010. It is the best unit in the series and features an SLR-shaped body that exudes both class and sophistication.
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Its basic stats remain on par with the H90—a 5X optical zoom, 12MP still images, 720p video capture, and SD/SDHC memory expansion—but the I-10 adds along a bevy of advanced functionalities. For instance, the I-10's upgraded new-generation Face Detection automatically detects up to 32 ages, while its triple anti-shake protection compensates for any horizontal or vertical shakes that may occur. Additional features include in-camera video editing, 11 digital filters for adding visual efforts, and wireless remote shooting via an optional Pentax remote controller.
- Pentax Optio
- SLR-Shaped Body
- Upgraded Face Detection
- Triple Anti-Shake Protection
- In-Camera Editing
- Various Digital Filters
- Wireless (Optional)
- 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: 26.7MB 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-LI92)
User Reviews (1)
cool old-school aesthetic
comes with a well written paper manual
records video in 720p high definition
uses affordable, easy to find, and capacious SD/SDHC flash storage cards
interface isn't as interesting or striking at the cameras outward design
standard image quality - the same as any basic, less flashy point & shoot camera
overpriced for what it is
a basic point & shoot through and through
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