DXG-110 – 10 megapixels on the cheap
We all know that megapixel count isn’t the end all and be all where digital cameras are concerned, but the DXG-110 certainly surprises by bringing 10 megapixels’ worth of goodness to the table without breaking the $200 barrier – in fact, it retails at the highly affordable price of $169.99 without sacrificing both quality and features. You get a 10 megapixel CCD sensor, a generous 2.5″ high resolution TFT display, 3x optical zoom and 4x digital zoom, VGA video recording at 30fps, digital voice recording, an SD memory card slot and 32MB of internal flash memory just in case you need to capture that extra shot after running out of SD cards.
Don’t be fooled by its cheap price as you’ll find some pretty interesting features normally found in other more expensive models, including AutoFocus tracking, Focus Illuminator, and Face Detection. The DXG-110 also boasts DXG’s proprietary technology, including Automatic Contrast Management, Advanced Flash Controls, ISO 1600/Antishake, and Dynamic Fill Light.
Check out the DXG-110 Specifications below:
• Image Sensor: 1/1.76” Panasonic 10.37 Megapixel CCD Sensor
• Active Pixels: 10.0 Megapixel – up to 12 Megapixel
• 3X Optical Zoom/4X Digital Zoom
• Focus Illuminator
• Face Detection
• AutoFocus Tracking
• Supports Direct Print
• Sensor Sensitivity – Auto or Manual (ISO 100, 200, 400, 800, 1600 Equivalent)
• Storage Media
• Internal: 32MB Flash Memory
• External: SD/MMC Card, support high-capacity SD cards up to 4GB
• White Balance
• EV Compensation
• PC Interface
• TV Out Format
• Shutter – Mechanical and Electronic Shutter
• Auto Power Off
• Power Supply – 2x Alkaline Batteries
If you’re interested in picking up the DXG-110, it will retail for $169.99, making it the cheapest 10 megapixel camera in the market just yet. Each purchase will come with a couple of AA alkaline batteries to get you started, a USB/AV Output Cable, wrist strap, camera pouch, Mr. Photo 3, VideoWorks6 and driver software, and User Manual.
Source: Let’s Go Digital