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pentax 10.1 megapixe digital camera for £68.71 @ Asda including extras (instore)
pentax  10.1 megapixe  digital camera  for £68.71 @ Asda including extras (instore)

pentax 10.1 megapixe digital camera for £68.71 @ Asda including extras (instore)

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Hi peeps

just been to my local asda and bought pentax digital camera details as follows:-

/Pentax Optio E60 10.1 megapixel camera
Pentax carrying pouch
energizer rechargable battery pack (2 aa batteries included)
1 gig sd card

all the above for £68.71 reduced from £128.50


go online and check the spec face recognition ( upto 10 faces)


Cheers

8 Comments

out of stock online

Anyone know if this camera is any good?

you get what you pay for....pentax are not very good cameras .... slow shutter speed = blurry pics!

toffee31;3780206

you get what you pay for....pentax are not very good cameras .... slow … you get what you pay for....pentax are not very good cameras .... slow shutter speed = blurry pics!



Not true.

Pentax compact digitals cameras generally have good reviews.

My girlfriend has one, and it's pretty good.

For £60, this is a decent compact camera

I want to spend up to £150 on a digital camera. Obviously, needs to include video recording. Does anyone know any good deals or camera's to look/go for?

skinrush;3780545

Not true. Pentax compact digitals cameras generally have good reviews.My … Not true. Pentax compact digitals cameras generally have good reviews.My girlfriend has one, and it's pretty good.For £60, this is a decent compact camera



Like i said you get what you pay for...... these are no where near the sony or the canon ixus.... for £150 ish they are two of the best

notion3000;3780854

I want to spend up to £150 on a digital camera. Obviously, needs to … I want to spend up to £150 on a digital camera. Obviously, needs to include video recording. Does anyone know any good deals or camera's to look/go for?



Stick to the camera companies (Canon, Nikon etc) - personally, I prefer the Canon Ixus range but you could also look at the Panasonics which generally get pretty good reviews.

Reviews here:
dpreview.com/rev…asp
steves-digicams.com/200…tml

@ Toffee31:
Shutter speed is not usually the only issue. It will be a combination of image stabilisation, ISO rating, shutter speed, available light, focussing speed, movement of subject and camera. This camera has a max shutter speed of 1/2000 sec so in good light you'll find it hard to get blurry pictures.
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