PCWorld: "Digital camera vendors are showing no sign of slowing the pace of increasing image resolution. Sony,
Toshiba, Casio, and Olympus all introduced 4-megapixel digital cameras costing less than $1000 at or
shortly before PC Expo last week, and Minolta introduced the first 5-plus-megapixel consumer model,
the 5.24-megapixel Dimage 7, at the show. However, several digicam makers are trying to capture
customers with less pricey models."
July 2, 2001