We can't say we find the idea of a 10.1 megapixel
image captured with a $200 camera particularly appealing, but we can't really fault Norcent
for playing the megapixel game so dang well. Of course, the camera doesn't really have much else going on, but the 2.4-inch LCD doesn't sound too terrible. The maximum ISO, a mere 200, doesn't sound quite as fun, and most other features truly fail to excite. There's some 3x zoom action, VGA video capture and 32MB of built-in memory, and the camera runs on a pair of AA batteries. So, if you're prepared to snap some really crappy pics at incredibly wasteful resolutions, the DC-1020 seems be the way to go, and it should be available now for that very purpose.