My first two cameras were the Powershot G2 and the Olympus E-20N SLR, both of which blow the MX230 out of the water in terms of features. The MX230 does have 3x optical zoom instead of the almost useless digital only zoom. The viewfinder is of ok quality, but like other point and shoots, has no diopter adjustment. Visioneer XDM7425D-WU/R Refurb Xerox Documate 742 Sf Perp Clr 600dpi 11.7x38.
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