A link at Amazon went live momentarily and revealed this complicated-looking point and shoot, the TL320. Its two most interesting features would have to be its AMOLED screen, which should help save battery life, and a pair of awesome-looking gauges on the top like on the TL9. Instead of a digital readout, there are actually physical empty/full indicators. I guess the reaction to the TL9 was favorable enough that they decided to do more with it.
For $330 you get 12 megapixels, a 5x stabilized optical zoom, and a 3″ screen. No other news, but it sure looks like a serious piece of hardware.
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