Excerpt: The smaller PDR-3310 is pricey for a 3.2-megapixel camera, but if you want a subcompact with 3-megapixel resolution, it's one of a very few on the market. The comparably sized Canon PowerShot S330 is $50 less but offers only 2 megapixels. The all-metal PDR-3310 is solidly built, but its light weight (just 6 ounces) makes it difficult to hold steady. The PDR-3310 doesn't offer as many manual controls as its larger sibling, and the PDR-3310's menu isn't as well organized.
Excerpt: Continue on to Page Two PDR-3310 Specifications Type: Digital still camera with record, playback, and erase modes. Imaging Device: 1/1.8" square-pixel interlace readout system CCD with 3,340,000 pixels gross, 3,220,000 effective. Recording media: SD Memory Card, Multi-Media Card (MMC) Recording Capacity (Guideline) and Image Dimensions in Pixels (when using 16MB SD Memory Card, all pictures taken in the same mode).