Pentax Optio S1 Digital Camera Review
Does this model's performance live up to its shiny, shiny exterior? We let the lab tests decide.
The Pentax Optio S1 is an attractive point-and-shoot that looks more expensive than it is. Unfortunately, it still performs like a sub-$150 model. Our lab tests returned strictly-average scores for most applications, but a decent feature set keeps this camera competitive.
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