Encased in a compact fully weather sealed body, the Pentax K-30 digital SLR comes equipped with a host of advanced photographic tools for the easy creation of great pictures in any weather condition. This compact but solid Pentax K30 digital SLR comes equipped with a host of advanced photographic tools for the easy creation of great pictures, while delivering high standards of image quality, data processing speed and operability. Developed using the highly acclaimed Pentax K7 as its base, the K5 inherits the exceptional reliability, user friendly operation, array of advanced features and compact, lightweight body of its predecessor. However, it is more resourceful and flexible in photographic expression. Combining a new high speed, low noise CMOS image sensor it produces super-high-resolution, rich-gradation digital images with approximately 16.3 effective megapixels, even when shooting in the continuous shooting mode at a maximum speed of approximately 6 images per second. It also offers an extra-wide sensitivity range between ISO 100 and ISO 25600 when expanded via a custom function and full HD-proportion movie recording at 1920 x 1080p 30/25/24 fps w/h.264 compression to expand the boundaries of high-quality visual presentation. In camera sensor shift image stabilization that allows usage with any K-mount lens. Adding other improvements and refinements such as a faster autofocusing speed, an upgraded HDR High Dynamic Range function now usable in handheld shooting, and better operability through an overall review of the design and shape of all components the K30 is designed to be more functional and maneuverable in every detail, and in its response to the demands of the photographer in any weather condition.
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