Golden, Colo. — Pentax fired off a pre-CES volley today with the introduction of a new entry-level Optio digital camera.
The 7-megapixel E30 replaces the E10 and can capture up to 760 images when using lithium AA batteries. The camera features a 3x optical zoom lens, a 2.4-inch LCD, 11MB of internal memory, and 15 scene modes.
The camera is compatible with the new SD High Capacity (SDHC) memory format and with Kodak printer docks through the ImageLink print system.
The camera can also add frames to photos in-camera and capture VGA video.
The Optio E30 ships in February for a suggested $149.