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Pentax Unveils Optio VS20 Digital Camera!

27 January 2012 4,050 views No Comment

Leading manufacturer of adventure ready digital cameras, Pentax just announced Optio VS20 compact digital camera. This versatile model comes with a high-power 20X optical zoom lens (28-560mm equivalent). Pentax Optio VS20 is possibly the first compact camera that boasts a second vertical shutter-release button with zoom lever for effortless portrait-oriented shooting.

Pentax Optio VS20 digital camera

Vertical shutter release button and zoom lever give Pentax Optio VS20 a unique feature typically found on DSLR cameras, which lends itself to added stability at long optical zooms and allows user to capture portraits, high-rise buildings and architecture, monuments, trees, sports action, and panorama frames. Comfortable grip on this Pentax digital camera provides added support for stunning results.

Pentax Optio VS20 features vertical tripod socket for remarkable stabilized vertical support. Capture beautiful images with minimal blur and noise even in low light settings – thanks to all-new Handheld Night Snap mode. For easy portability, camera’s body is built in a compact digital form factor. Featuring 16.0 megapixel CCD sensor with mechanical sensor shift Shake Reduction ensures blur-free images, while sporting a large 3.0 inch wide view LCD display offers big picture.

Pre-loaded Auto Picture mode automatically chooses the best camera settings and take the guesswork out of photography., while Triple Shake Reduction (SR) helps users to shoot sharp, blur-free images and video. Other highlights include Fish-eye mode, Sketch mode, and Stretch filter for more creative options. Pentax Optio VS20 will be available in noble black and brilliant white on company’s official store for $249.95 in February 2012.

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