The Pentax Q10, barely larger than a deck of cards, is like its predecessor, the highly-regarded Pentax Q, which was introduced last year as one of the world's smallest interchangeable-lens digital cameras. The Pentax Q10 represents an expansion and refinement of this growing lineup of photographic tools. Those refinements include a new 12MP CMOS image sensor, improved performance and faster autofocus as well as a new lens and an adapter that allows Q users to mount any Pentax K-mount lens. Pentax Q10 Key Features: 12.4MP 1/2.3-inch (6.4x4.8mm) back illuminated CMOS sensor ISO range 100-6400 3-inch LCD monitor Quick Dial accesses creative visual effects Full 1080p HD H.264 format video at 30fps Simplified defocus effect control Shake Reduction reduces camera motion blur Auto Picture and 21 scene modes Program, Shutter Priority, Aperture Priority and Manual metering 5fps burst rate Let's take a closer look at the Pentax Q10's features. Image quality, performance: The Pentax Q10's 12MP sensor offers the same resolution as its predecessor, but the imaging engine has bee souped up. Pentax claims improved overall image quality, and built-in HDR has been added. An upgraded AF algorithm means the Q10's autofocus operation should be much faster than before, even in dimly lit locations or with a telephoto lens. An AF Assist Light is provided on the camera body to optimize focusing accuracy in the dark, while the Face
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