The 7MP 750Z produces A4 prints and even A3 enlargements, from a camera small enough to fit in your pocket
This is a meaty 7MP number that’ll produce first-rate A4 prints and even A3 enlargements, from a camera small enough to fit in your pocket.
Seven-megapixel cameras offer only a slight step down in resolution from top 8-megapixel models but at a much lower price and with much smaller dimensions.
Photographically, there’s little that 8-megapixel cameras can do that 7-megapixel ones can’t do just as well.
You’ll get nearly the same quality and control as a digital SLR but in a pocket-sized camera. The 750Z’s neat retro design packs a super-sharp 5x optical zoom. With full auto and manual exposure modes, a choice of metering patterns and a variety of built-in photographic effects – plus a handy swivelling LCD – it’s a great go-anywhere camera for serious photographers. This model gives ace results – a pocket-sized treat.
Pentax Optio 750Z review
Ace results from a model that looks and feels like a ‘real’ camera. The best quality and control you can fit in your pocket
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