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Pentax Q, The World's Smallest, Lightest Interchangeable Lens Digital Camera

Pentax Q

The Pentax Q is small enough to fit on your keychain, but features interchangeable lenses and a 12.4 megapixel sensor. The retro-styled shooter also offers 1080p HD movie recording and a built-in flash.

If you’re looking to take photos in stealth mode or simply want an easy to carry camera that’s more versatile than a point-and-shoot, this camera was designed for you.


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    Pentax Q
    Both black and white camera bodies are available, as well as five interchangeable lenses designed for exclusive use with the Pentax Q.
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    Pentax Q
    The built-in flash pops up and off to the side, reducing chances of red eye and preventing larger lenses from blocking some of the flash's output.
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    The Pentax Q shares the good looks of a rangefinder camera, such as those from Leica, but is smaller and less expensive ($800).
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    The retro-feel is amplified by the physical knobs and buttons used for adjusting the camera's settings.
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    In-camera modes apply color filters, fish-eye and toy-camera effects as well as color-isolation features to shots as you're taking them.
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    In-camera post shot effects include a tilt-shift lens simulator and a watercolor effect.
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    A hot shoe is provided for use with a more powerful flash.
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    Pentax Q
    Full manual controls, aperture and shutter priority modes, and an array of automated scene modes are available.
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    The camera has the ability to shoot digital video at 1080p HD resolution.
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    The Pentax Q is built using a lightweight, durable magnesium allow and features a 3" rear LCD display for framing and viewing images
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    The camera is slightly larger than a credit card in size and just under an inch and a quarter thick.

 

Visit the Pentax website for more information.

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