Minolta DiMAGE X20 review
Inexpensive (USD 240), very convinient to carry around (thinner than cagarette box), uses 3A rechargeable batteries (or easy to get alkaline ones, cheaper than proprietary Li battery), fast start-up and between shots(very short lag even use flash), no protruding zoom lens barrel, really point-and-shot even macro shots (no need to push menu button for macro). Good pictures. Minolta answers my need, perfectly.
Nil. Prefer larger buttons and higher quality LCD screen.
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