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DCResource: review of the Pentax Optio S4i camera
Dennis Hissink : June 24th 2004 - 03:40 CET
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DCresourceJeff Keller, owner of the Californian based website DCResource, published a review of the new Pentax Optio S4i digital camera. This new model is very compact, but has all controls within the reach of ones hand. The S4i features a 1.8-inch TFT LCD monitor (resolution 85.000 pixels) offering 100% field of view. The 4 effective Megapixels resolution guarantees photo-realistic images and the 3x optical zoom, combined with a 4x digital zoom will give the user all-round comfort. The new Pentax Optio S4i has a stylish designed ultra-compact aluminum alloyed body that can even be used underwater (40 meters). With a total weight of only 120g (loaded and ready) and dimensions of 84x52x20.5mm you can carry this neat camera everywhere and anytime.
DCResource: review of the Pentax Optio S4i camera According to Jeff: "The Optio S4i has a rather unique battery charger, it's like a dock, but it's used only for battery charging (as opposed to hooking to a TV or transferring images to your PC). Drop the camera in the dock and the battery will be fully charged in about 100 minutes.", "The camera focuses fairly quickly, taking about 1/3 second at wide-angle, and 1/2 second at telephoto. The image on the LCD pauses briefly while the camera is focusing. Low light focusing wasn't great, but better than expected from a camera without an AF-assist lamp.", and "The night shot did not turn out as well as I would've liked, and for one reason: the camera couldn't take in enough light. The fully automatic S4i chooses the shutter speed for you, and 4 seconds (which was used here) is as slow as you can go."

Hop on over to DCResource to read more about the new Pentax Optio S4i camera.
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