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29.08.2004

Advantages:
Sharp & v .  pocketable 150mm zoom P&S

Disadvantages:
Seems the 2nd most fragile P&S's

Recommendable Yes:

Detailed rating:

Picture Quality

Range & Quality of Features

Ease of Use

Overall Look & Design

Value for Money

DurabilitySatisfactory

ReliabilitySatisfactory

SizeSmall

WeightLight

Instruction ManualSatisfactory

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Pentax P&S cameras- I really like. Small shirt-pockets hold the 150mm zoom camera, but their pix give big resolution. You'll smile at 5X7 inch pix...you'll grin at sharp, contrasty 8X10 inch pix. I grinned at an 8X10 inch pic which I thought was enlarged from ASA 200 film...then my jaw dropped when I heard ASA 400 film "&" a 4X6 inch PRINT had been used for the enlargement!! I'm still giving wows over that photo. Despite the tiny camera, few features are missing...a Landscape & Spot mode are available as well as red-eye reduction, slow shutter, bulb, self-timer, remote, time, day & date. Only 2 things are missing... the 170mm focal length setting which its big (but equally tiny) brother 170 has...& the flash range is very short at 150mm setting using ASA 100 film. Yes, your excellent pix per roll will go way up...yes, people still want superb pix in their hands away from computer screens...& yes, film cameras are still better than affordable digital cameras, both in quality & price. Grace & peace to all readers... litesong

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MAFARRIMOND 29.08.2004 20:12

Sounds a great camera. Maureen

madhatter7880 29.08.2004 14:33

Sounds great..i love that it's pocket size.

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Product details

EAN 0027075066182, 0027075051706
Manufacturer Pentax
Highest Focal Length in mm 150
Lowest Focal Length in mm 38
Water Protection without Water Protection
Red Eye Reduction with Red Eye Reduction
Exchangable Lens without Exchangeable Lens
Bifocal / Zoom with Zoom
Autofocus with Autofocus
Mini Type no

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This review of Pentax Espio 150SL Compact Camera has been rated:

"helpful" by (14%):

  1. MAFARRIMOND

"somewhat helpful" by (86%):

  1. judepaw
  2. Siobhany
  3. madhatter7880

and 3 other members

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