Ze Germans are at it again, this time with another underwhelming offering that's sure to be forgotten almost as quickly as it was noticed. The Voigtlaender Vitolux XM 7.0 is a very run-of-the-mill 7-megapixel shooter, sporting a relatively compact 3.78- x 2.32- x 0.79-inch silver enclosure, three-inch monitor, 32MB of internal storage, SD slot, MPEG4 movie mode, and a thoroughly average 3x optical zoom. It also boasts USB 2.0 connectivity, AV out (NTSC / PAL-friendly), and PictBridge support. While the ho hum list of luxuries isn't exactly impressive, this wouldn't be a half bad backup if the price was right -- unfortunately, that's far from the case, as Voigtlaender somehow expects folks to throw down €299 ($384) to snag this "me too" offering.

[Via LetsGoDigital]

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