Looks like you found most of the 10x cameras.
I can add one more:
Minolta now has the Z2, which is a big improvement over the Z1. Check out the Z2 here:
As for concerns about 38mm lens capabilities you should take a look at actual photos and judge for yourself.
See Minolta Z2 samples here:
See Olympus 750 samples here:
I am interested in a camera that lets me make great 5 X 7 shots and has a nice zoom (between 4 X to 10X). I am considering the following:
Kodak Easy Share DX 6490
Pentax Optio 555
Fujifilm Finepix 3800
I had a question though. Some revoew state that a camera with a minimum of 38 mm (e.g. C-750) may not be good for shots of landscapes or architecture. At least, that is the cons listed for the Minolta Dimage Z1. Does this con also apply to Olympus or Kodak cameras?
Thanks so much for any advice!
Currently, I have a Pentax Espio 160 IQ Zoom.