Dec 7, 2004

Konica Minolta Dimage X31 review

CNET has just release their review of the Konica Minolta Dimage X31 and give it a rating of 6.6

Like its higher-end Dimage X siblings, the X31 is less than an inch thick with a squarish body that slips nicely into most pockets. Even though it's mainly plastic instead of the brushed metal of the more expensive X cameras, its two AA batteries make it a bit heavier than they are--but it's still quite lightweight at 6 ounces.


Our test images were generally pleasing, with nicely saturated colors. Exposures, with the exception of some overexposed macro shots, were relatively accurate with a tendency to meter for highlights. Although the photos weren't the most crisp we've seen and there was some noticeable noise in wide expanses of sky, we think that snapshot prints will look just fine.
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