Optio 330GS ($470) is the latest in Pentax's series of small,
3 Megapixel cameras. It follows in the footsteps of the Optio 330
and the 330RS. The 330GS is very similar to the 330RS, with the
main difference being the flip-out LCD display. But more on that
Pros: Good quality photos, Compact, well-designed body, Has an AF illuminator lamp, Lots of controls for a point-and-shoot camera, Bracketing options rarely seen even on expensive cameras, Histogram in record and playback modes
Cons: Flip-out LCD not very useful (since it can't rotate), No sound in movie mode, No shutter speed/aperture controls, Bundle isn't great, Expensive
Excerpt: Go to Page Two Pentax Optio 330GS Specifications Type: Compact-type digital still camera with built-in zoom lens, autofocus, auto exposure and auto flash. Effective Pixels: 3.2 megapixels Sensor: 3.34 megapixels (total pixels) 1/2.7 inch interline transfer CCD with a primary color filter. Color Depth: 12 bit x 3 colors.