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The K-30 offers a 16.3 megapixel APS-C sized sensor, 1080p HD video, 3 inch LCD monitor and, in a nice touch, can make use of either the supplied lithium-ion rechargeable battery or standard AA batteries (using an optional AA battery holder). The normal range of DSLR manual shooting modes is supplemented by automatic and 19 scene-specific shooting modes as well. There is in-body stabilization which Pentax claims offers up to four stops of shake reduction and the camera is compatible with every Pentax lens ever made: all K mount lenses install directly on the camera while the earlier screw mount and 647or 67 series lenses require adapters. The camera accepts SD/SDHC/SDXC memory media and Pentax includes a lithium-ion battery and charger, USB and A/V cables, camera strap, printed manual and CD-ROM software with each camera. Fashionistas take note: the K-30 body is available in Crystal White or Crystal Blue "...brilliant, glossy finishes reminiscent of the finish of an exclusive sports car ..." along with Henry Ford's favorite (and only) color for his model T - black.On its announcement date back in May 2012 the K-30 was listed with an $850 MSRP for the body only; it can currently (mid-February 2013) be purchased off the Pentax Americas website for $800 while reputable NY area internet vendors have it as low as $619. The camera is also available in kit form matched with Pentax18-55 or 18-135mm zoom lenses.Read our Full Review of the Pentax K-30
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» Pentax Astrotracer Review: Astrophotography Made Easier Want to move past the basics of night photography? Pentax's astrotracer offers great benefits for the price!Read More
» Ricoh Unveils WG-4 GPS & WG-4 Rugged CamerasRicoh announces a new generation of WB cameras. The WB-4 adds features and a mounting system to make action photography even better.Read More
» Ricoh Announces Weather-Sealed 1.4X Rear ConverterThe HD PENTAX DA AF 1.4X AW Rear Converter maintains autofocus and weather-sealing while extending the focal length by forty percent.Read More
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