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Pentax K-50

Reviewed February 2014
Pentax K-50
*Est. $610
Pros:
  • 120 camera body color combinations
  • 6 fps burst
  • Thrives in temperatures down to minus-10 degrees Celsius
Cons:
  • Short battery life
  • Fixed LCD screen
  • Average performance

Pentax K-5 II

Reviewed February 2014
Pentax K-5 II
*Est. $925
Pros:
  • Improved autofocus system
  • HD and VGA video
  • Top-notch picture quality
  • Long battery life
Cons:
  • No dedicated video button
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Pentax K-3

Reviewed February 2014
Pentax K-3
*Est. $1,450
Pros:
  • 27-point autofocus system
  • Excellent high ISO quality
  • Weather-sealed for extreme temperatures
  • Anti-aliasing option
Cons:
  • Slow autofocus

Pentax K-30

Reviewed September 2012
Pentax K-30
*Est. $825
Pros:
  • Weather-sealed, dustproof, coldproof
  • Intuitive controls, helpful shooting modes
  • Great viewfinder shows 100 percent of the scene
  • Faster burst shooting than rival DSLRs
Cons:
  • Slow Live View autofocus
  • Lacks key video-related features
  • 18-55 mm kit lens isn't weather-resistant
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Pentax K-r

Reviewed November 2011
Pentax K-r
*Est. $630
Pentax's budget DSLR faces stiff competition
Pros:
  • Several upgrades over older Pentax K-x
  • Lots of features for the price
  • Very good images, even in low light
  • Solid build
  • Fun colors
Cons:
  • Some exposure issues
  • High def video mode not as good as rivals
  • No HDMI port
  • Fewer lens choices than Canon or Nikon
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