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Monday, Jan 17, 2005

Konica Minolta DiMAGE A200 Review - Pocket-lint

Konica Minolta DiMAGE A200The overall balance between a point and shoot camera and one that offers high resolution and manual control is about right here. The downside to the package is that you’ll have to deal with an overly sensitive shutter button and sluggish Auto Focus.

The DiMAGE A200 is easy to use yet packed with tools for the more advanced user. Picture quality is superb with noise controlled and colour well rendered; highlights are retained in all but the most challenging situations, there’s little noise to speak of until you get beyond ISO 400 in low light and handling is great too. Overall the A200 is another superb package from Konica Minolta.

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