Everything Old Is New Again at PMA 2010

A lot of the new imaging technology at the PMA 2010 photography show has a decidedly retro slant. Take a look.

By Heather Kelly, Macworld, and Tim Moynihan, PCWorld Hardware, fujifilm, pentax

Pentax Optio I-10 Meets Its Maker

Pentax showcased its retro-fashionable Optio I-10, announced a few weeks ago, next to the camera's design inspiration: the tiny Pentax Auto 110 from the late 1970s. The Pentax Auto 110 accepted Kodak 110 film cartridges and offered a handful of small interchangeable lenses (the lens on the Pentax Auto 110 in this picture is a 24mm prime lens). Its offspring--the all-digital, 12-megapixel Optio I-10--has a fixed 5X optical zoom lens and is available in white or black for $300.

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