Popular Pentax Articles for 2013
Arriving barely a year after the release of the K-30, the K-50 is very similar to its predecessor with only a few minor tweaks including 120 color options.
The Pentax K-3 is a fantastic DSLR camera if you are looking to produce beautiful still imagery, but the lack of AF during video is a no-go with hybrid shooters.
In a head-to-head competition of the Nikon D600 vs. the Pentax K-3, the Pentax K-3 easily sweeps the Nikon D600.
Want to move past the basics of night photography? Pentax's astrotracer offers great benefits for the price!
Pentax's MX-1 is a welcome addition to the compact camera lineup. It offers 12 MP, a 4x zoom, maunual modes, and good image quality.
The little brother to the K-5II exceeds entry level price expectations with quick AF, 16.3 MP APS-C sensor and very good image quality.
The Pentax Q7 is a super compact interchangeable lens camera with a small 1/1.7-inch sensor to match. Will the little Q7 be able to play with the big dogs?
The flagship K-5II has 16.3MP on an APS-C sensor. It is lightweight, has in-camera IS and has very good image quality.
The image quality of the new Pentax 20-40mm f/2.8-4 Limited lens is fantastic. But the price has us hoping for a holiday sale.
The new K-50 shows a mixed bag of results when used with the kit lens, but testing the camera with other lenses shows good results.
The Ricoh GR has a large 16 MP CMOS sensor with a fixed 18.3mm f/2.8 lens. Is a fixed focal length camera right for you? Check out these images.
The Pentax Q7 has 1/1.7 inch sensor and image quality that is less than impressive. Check out the sample images and let us know what you think.
The MX-1 has a well-crafted, retro style body. It features a 12 MP backlit CMOS sensor,3 inch LCD screen, and a 4x zoom f/1.8-2.5 lens.
With all this new technology at her fingertips, what does the Editor of DigitalCameraReview have in her camera bag?
With a price tag of $400, will this camera be a hit with realtors, action seekers and hobbyists? The cool 360 degree capture might be perfect for this market.
Ricoh/Pentax introduced two new lenses today, their first Limited zoom for the K Mount, and a much smaller wide angle zoom for their diminutive Q line of cameras.
Ricoh introduced five new HD Pentax prime lenses designed specifically for the K-mount DSLR cameras. Check out the lenses and pricing here.
Ricoh is pulling out all of the stops with their new Pentax K-3. This looks to be a sweet DSLR that will give Nikon and Canon a run for their[...]
Today Pentax announced three new "Rugged" cameras to their lineup, the WG-3, WG-3 GPS and the WG-10, available just in time for some summer fun.
The Ricoh GR features an APS-C sensor and a 28mm f/2.8 lens all housed in an advanced, compact body for about $800.