Pentax outdid itself this time. Having been a long-time reviewer of well, stuff, I’ve come across many Pentax DSLRs, and maybe this one looks the most promising. The new 24-megapixel DSLR supports a new WiFi-equipped SDHC card, FLU a tool that gives owners remote control of the camera through any device with a web browser.
There’s also distinct control of a new function: a new anti-aliasing toggle which lets users pick between smoothness and raw detail. You know, for the image buffs and attention to detail.
Moving on, there’s an updated 27-point autofocus system, 8.3 fps burst shooting, and a price of $1,300 body-only, or $1,700 bundled with a 18-135mm lens — both versions arriving this November. Meanwhile, a 16GB FLU card will be available during launch for $100; not bad Pentax.
Not bad, at all.