Pentax X90 12mp Digital Bridge Camera with 26 x Optical Zoom HD Movie Mode and Shake Reduction with Case - £238.98 & on flexi-Pay @ Ideal World - HotUKDeals
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High image quality
Hands-off selection of 7 different shooting modes
Shake-reduction system for sharp, blur-free images
Electronic viewfinder with adjustment for clear viewing
Extra-powerful battery for extended shooting sessions
Face Detection functions with innovative Small Face filter
High-sensitivity anti-shake mode to minimize camera shake
Movie shooting in high-definition TV image quality
Versatile optical 26-times zoom lens

Pentax X90 digital camera with an upgraded basic specifications, including extra-wide zoom coverage, longer battery life and an electronic viewfinder. This all-in-one-camera delivers effortless picture-taking in a wide variety of outdoor situations, to photographers of all levels.

The X90 12.1 megapixel camera features a high-magnification optical zoom offering a focal-length coverage between 26 mm wide-angle to 676 mm super-telephoto in 35 mm format.

Thanks to Movie Shake-Reduction mode, you can enjoy HD blur-free movies. Yes, the X90 is equipped with an HDMI-micro output, allowing you to enjoy your own movies on a HD TV monitor.



Contents
Pentax X90 Digital camera
AV cable
USB cable
AC cable
Battery charger
Li ion battery D LI106
Strap
Lens cap
Software
Pentax branded case

available on 4 no interest easy payment
Flexipay Option Today 01/05/2011 01/06/2011 01/07/2011
4 Payments £57.52 £57.49 £57.49 £57.49
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#1
people don't like idealworld and qvc etc,but let them ask curry's,best buy and amazon if they can pay in 4 monthly instalments while using the camera,good deal and heat added.
#2
its handy if you want to try before you buy. . I have bought or should I say ordered a few camera's and products from qvc only to find the item did not live up to my expectations after using for a week or so and returned without any problems but many i have been delighted with and many bought on easy pay

Edited By: iscom on Apr 01, 2011 19:43
#3
yes,i have too,it's an amazing way of getting the right camera without being stuck with something you don't like.
iscom
its handy if you want to try before you buy. . I have bought or should I say ordered a few camera's and products from qvc only to find the item did not live up to my exceptions after using for a week or so and returned without any problems but many i have been delighted with and many bought on easy pay
#4
Could you please put the price in the title - thanks.
#5
Can be bought for about £200 from a few places, but obviously without the flexipay. I've just had a very quick look at a review which stated that the optical zoom cannot be used during movie mode which would be a dealbreaker for me, and may be for others.

I'd rather have my Panasonic FZ45 for similar money, but that's not to say that this is bad camera. Not voting either way as if you need to use flexipay then you can get a decent camera for a small monthly outlay, but if you don't need flexipay then you can get it cheaper, or get (imho) a better camera.
#6
Don' forget it comes with the proper case as well.BTW i also have the F45,great camera otherwise i'd be interested in this.
Mike73
Can be bought for about £200 from a few places, but obviously without the flexipay. I've just had a very quick look at a review which stated that the optical zoom cannot be used during movie mode which would be a dealbreaker for me, and may be for others.

I'd rather have my Panasonic FZ45 for similar money, but that's not to say that this is bad camera. Not voting either way as if you need to use flexipay then you can get a decent camera for a small monthly outlay, but if you don't need flexipay then you can get it cheaper, or get (imho) a better camera.
#7
I wouldn't use stolen money to buy from Ideal World. It would be hard to find a worse retailer!

http://www.reviewcentre.com/reviews87736.html and as many other review sites as you care to browse will confirm!
#8
wow,i must admit those are shocking reviews,guess i have just been dead lucky.
nihcaj
I wouldn't use stolen money to buy from Ideal World. It would be hard to find a worse retailer!

http://www.reviewcentre.com/reviews87736.html
and as many other review sites as you care to browse will confirm!

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