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Slim is in and the new Kyocera Finecam S3x packs a lot into its slim 3-3/8" by 2-3/16" by 1-3/16" silver-finished body. With the same dimensions as the S4, this 3 mega-pixel digital camera takes crisp, sharp images that rival the quality of conventional photographs while offering all of the conveniences of an advanced digital device. The camera boasts a full line-up of functions, including auto exposure control, exposure compensation, white balance controls, various types of shooting modes and playback function. These functions can be operated smoothly using the high polysilicon TFT 1.5" color LCD monitor. This selectable color LCD monitor allows the user to see all the action while the 3X optical zoom, coupled with a 2X digital zoom creates the feeling of being right in the middle of the picture. This feeling is heightened by the high definition 3.2 million pixel CCD that, coupled with the high-resolution zoom lens, produces images on par with that of photographs taken with conventional 35mm film cameras.
The selectable color LCD monitor available with this Finecam allows users to not only set up a picture, but also view the image directly after it is taken to check for closed eyes or other problems that can ruin an otherwise great shot. The image can then be erased and re-shot in just seconds, insuring a great picture every time. The monitor can also be turned off to save battery life. The Finecam S3x features Epson's revolutionary new PRINT Image Matching (PIM) technology, enabling it to work perfectly with the newest generation of EPSON Stylus Photo printers. With PRINT Image Matching, critical image specific parameters for printing are recorded by the camera and saved in each image data file. PRINT Image Matching-enabled Epson Stylus Photo printers use this information to ensure that they accurately reproduce the image created by the camera. This Finecam digital camera also has an AVI movie mode, allowing users to make movies of up to 15 seconds. The AVI file format can be played back on the cameras themselves or on a PC, using Quick Time 4 or above.