Pentax’s new Optio RZ18 digital compact camera offers 18x zoom

Pentax has unveiled its newest compact camera which utilizes 16megapixel CCD sensor and is equipped with 18X optical zoom lens that covers focal lengths from 25mm wide angle to 450mm super-telephoto (in the 35mm format), all packed in small compact lightweight body, makes it perfect companion for travels.

Pentax Optio RZ18 is capable of 720p@30fps vide recording, a 9-point autofocus with a 4cm super macro mode, burst shooting of up to 40 images, at a maximum speed of approximately 9 images per second, also includes multiple PENTAX Shake Reduction (SR) image stabilization options, including sensor-shift SR, for “sharp images in any lighting.” A 3-inch (480 x 320) LCD screen will display your photos and will allow you to choose from various special effect filters and modes.

Pentax Optio RZ18 digital camera

The Optio RZ18 will be available in black, pearl white or metallic orange for $299.95 in October 2011.

Source: Pentax

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