Returning back to the DXG-110 digital camera, it's far from being able to produce professional-grade results but is enough to satisfy the casual amateur. The color saturation is satisfactory as well as the overall image quality where there is adequate lighting, but in other environments the results weren't as good. The image stabilization could also use improvements. On the plus side, the DXG-110 user manual is well detailed and this camera does support some manual controls. For those always on the move, this camera is small and lightweight and should have no problems fitting inside a jacket pocket.
We would recommend this camera to those on a strict budget but are in need specifically of a high-resolution camera or are just looking for a petite starter camera to keep on them at all times for any random shots. The audio/video recording capabilities on this camera is suffice, but don't expect anything more than YouTube-quality videos. This digital camera with a Panasonic 10MP CCD sensor can be found for just $180 USD at many Internet retailers.
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