da-series of unremarkable shooters tend to completely lack innovation from generation to generation. Such is the case with three new so-called "Prego" models from the once-esteemed brand -- the 10 megapixel da1325, 7 megapixel da7325, and 5 megapixel da5325 -- which besides sporting different resolutions, are exactly the same in every single way (making our job a lot easier). When it comes to Rollei these days, when you've seen one you've seen them all, so these 128-gram ultracompacts' features should come as no surprise whatsoever: you're getting a 2.5-inch LCD (no viewfinder, of course), 3x optical zoom, maximum ISO of 400, 30fps VGA video with sound, maximum shutter speed of 1/2000 of a second, and video out for showing off your imaging skillz on a bigger screen. We have a feeling that the interest in these cams is slim to none, but just in case this write-up has somehow piqued your interest, all three will be available next month for €149 ($189), €199 ($252), and €249 ($315), depending on resolution. Keep reading to peep the two lower end models -- though once again, there's nothing here that you haven't seen before...