Yeah, sure it's no Canon or Nikon, but those heavy hitters aren't offering you a 10 megapixel point-and-shoot for under $200, and DXG's new DXG-110 can even boast a brand name Panasonic CCD in its drab gray housing. With an MSRP of $170, you can almost predict all of this model's specs without reading the press release, so the 3x optical zoom, 2.5-inch LCD, ISO 800, and 32MB of internal storage should come as no surprise. Also supported is VGA video at 30fps, perhaps the highest-end feature you'll find here. Some might suggest that spending a few more bucks for a few less megapixels would be a better move, but we'll simply tell you that the 110 --with its bundled Mr. Photo 3 software and AA batteries -- is available immediately.

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