Konica Minolta DiMAGE Z20

Announced Jan 21, 2005 •
5 megapixels | 1.5 screen | 36 – 290 mm (8.1×)
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An Amaizing cam, with a lot of usefull options! have a clear colors and nice 8.1x zoom! Verry comfortable for holding in 1 hand but for the night shoots a tripod must have! Also the card reader willbe nice to add, cuz the speed of usb 2.0 full speed=usb 1.1, just not enough to use the bataries for a long time;) it will take 3 mins to upload all the pic's from 128 mb flashcard:) or u can use the ac-adapter;) The speed of this cam is incredible! it's fast, it's ergonomic and the flashlight ...

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I love this camera. Just started photography and am impressed with it all the way round. Lovely photos, easy to use, small enough for my wife's hands. Cool!

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I have bought this camera for almost 3 weeks, and i already use it for 500 pic. so far, i m very glad with this powerfull digicam, and value for money.i buy this for Rp 3.072.000 that same with US$311. that complete packet with SD card 256 and rechargeable battery. For me Z20 image quality is very awesome. and as i see it greater than Canon PS A95 that belong to my friends. and the internal flash is incredible, i have test at my office that 11,2 meter long, and i turn off all the lamp so the ...

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Fantiastic for closeups, good depth of field (just watch for the red focus square!). Great battery life @2500mAH. Problems: Lenscap needs a cord so it doesn't get lost

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Worth its Money! I bought the Dimage Z20 for 225 EUR, and it is worth its money! I really love my new DigiCam. 35- 290mm Lens: The zooms lens is very cool. The max aperture is 3.2 at 36mm wide angle, not the best in its class, but it is still 3.4 at 290mm and that awesome. The pictures are sharp and crispy all alonge the zoom range. The tele zoom range gives me a lot of flexibility and a nice unsharp background for beautiful portraits. Switching the LCD to viewfinder: Nice feature, I am still ...

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Just got my Z20 three days ago from a reseller in Germany for 213 Euros (www.redcoon.de). It took me about 20 hours of intensive research to figure out what I actually want - The Z20 was what was left after I came down to these "must haves": - long lens (vital for shallow depth of field photos) - manual focus capable - not too expensive (the EOS 300D was too much) - not too bulky - uses REGULAR AA batteries (I HATE being stuck with no power). I ordered the Z20 though I was a little concerned ...

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