Pentax has launched a couple new digital cameras called the Optio A40 and the Optio V10. The Optio A40 is a 12-megapixel camera that has three types of shake reduction built-in. The three modes are mechanical, digital and move with each version helping to deliver sharp, blur-free shots.
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The A40 also features face recognition technology and a half-height portrait mode designed to take head and shoulder photos of subjects. The Optio V10 is an ultra-slim digital camera with a 3-inch LCD for easy image viewing.
The V10 has 8-megapixels with a 3x optical zoom lens. The Optio A40 will ship in October for $299.95 and the Optio V10 will ship in November for $249.95. Pentax also introduced a new SLR zoom lens exclusively for Pentax DSLR cameras with an 18mm to 250mm focal length that will be available in October for $499.95.