While you're not likely to color us impressed with yet another humdrum 7-megapixel compact, Ricoh's Caplio RR730 offers decent specifications at an entry-level price for those still looking to get a digicam in their pocket. Picking up where the RR660 left off, this 3.5- x 2.4- x 1-inch camera boasts a 3x optical zoom (and 4x of the practically useless digital variety), 320 x 240 resolution movie mode, 6 built-in scene modes, and a macro mode that focuses on objects just 5-centimeters away. Additionally, it sports a 2.5-inch LCD, 32MB of internal storage capacity, SD slot, USB connectivity, and video output, and it gets its juice from a pair of AA batteries. So if you're in the market for a perfectly average point-and-shoot camera to put in your boss' stocking this year, the RR730 will reportedly hit later this month for just £130 ($248).

[Via Pocket-Lint]

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Ricoh intros 7-megapixel Caplio RR730 point-and-shoot