Pentax Q, World’s smallest interchangeable lens digital camera

Thursday, June 23rd, 2011 | In Electronic Gadgets | Tags: ,

Pentax Corporation, a Japanese optics company and providers of digital cameras, has recently unveiled its new Pentax Q, which is the World’s smallest and lightest interchangeable lens camera. It offers an advanced DSLR in a body that is smaller than other digital camera on the market.

Pentax Q digital camera
~ Pentax Q digital camera ~

Pentax Q comes with light-weight design and capable to snap superior image quality with its high-resolution 12.4 megapixel capability. It uses 1/ 2.3-inch backlit CMOS image sensor, which is a perfect light-gathering instrument to produce very little noise at high sensitivity level with low light settings.

The Pentax Q can be easily matched with the new sensor and also every interchangeable Q lens for better performance and produce stunning image quality. The camera can capture high quality motion video with full 1080p HD clarity at 30 frames per second.

There are more features available for Pentax Q,
1. Produces 12 bit DNG RAW and Jpg images.
2. Compact, light-weight, durable and scratch resistant.
3. Capable for 5 frames per second continuous shooting mode.
4. Supports creative modes, smart effect options, Q’s quick dial.
5. Supports in-camera HDR capture mode for shoots three images of varying exposures.
6. Built-in Sensor-shift Shake Reduction system with integrated DRII Dust Reduction protection.

Pentax Q will be shipped to United States in early Fall 20ll for $800 with standard lens kit. The optional show-mounted viewfinder will also be available for $249.95 in early Fall 2011.

Information via businesswire.


 



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