solarider: It would be interesting to know what size/type is the imaging sensor, megapixels don't exactly say much.
Lamenting the loss of the Pentax name is admirable (OK, How many of you out there STILL have your K1000 ?), why hasn't anyone commented on how such a 'ignorable' camera has a feature most of us wish all the rest of our d-shooters had ?
Namely the 'In-body recharging system' via USB ?
Photomonkey: Much stinky snark about today. SO.... everyone feeling better now that they have paraded their photo guru pretensions?Always great to see people reaching for the same old tools of derision to mock a device that have not seen nor used.Bonus for the insights as to what the manufacturer should be doing and how they are mucking it up.Perhaps you could forward a few prototypes of your genius device along with your certificates of rigorous internet forum training.
first, PM, you wrote what i was thinking when i was reading the comments!
second, while i would like to see a review of the casio, i would rather see how it holds up against a very similar P & S, the fujifilm F800EXR.
I currently carry the F600EXR in my pocket most of the time (just in case.like the way my grandfather carried a minox every day of his life).
oh, and before you phone zealots tell me all i need is sip the koolaid, all three mentioned cameras have a raw/uncompressed format...
IcyPepsi: 7 out of 13 gift ideas here (more than 50%) are exclusively for iPhones (and one iPad also). That's no longer "mobile" photography gift ideas. Not even by chance.
if iphone owners are the target audience, is it asking too much to label the article as such ? this is the second time in as many weeks dpreview has posted an article claiming mobile/phone, but in truth it is iphone centric (the last one cited a photographer who ONLY shoots iphone!)