Olympus has busted out a pair of new digital cameras for those who prefer to keep things on the point-and-shoot level, with its new X-775 (seen at right) and X-785 models each boasting similar mid-range specs. Both cameras will give you an adequate 7.1 megapixels, along with a 3x optical zoom, a 2.4-inch LCD, and an xD slot for storage. Opting for the X-785 will give you a few advantages over the lower-end model, however, including higher ISO settings (up to ISO 640), an image stabilization mode, and a "super" macro mode. The same camera is also apparently available under the FE-220 model name in certain parts of the world. While there doesn't appear to be any word on pricing from Olympus, both cams look to be already available at a number of European retails for between $200 and $260.
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