Pentax K20D Review

April 28, 2008 | Mark Goldstein | PhotographyBLOG | Comment | |

Pentax K20DSucceeding a company’s most successful DSLR camera and one of the surprise hits of 2007 is no easy task, but that’s exactly what the Pentax K20D is attempting to do. We reviewed the K10D a year ago, giving it our “Highly Recommended” award and praising its compelling mix of build-quality, innovative features and excellent image quality. The K20D offers an increased resolution of 14.6 megapixels, Live View mode, slightly bigger 2.7 inch LCD monitor, increased ISO range (now up to 6400) and an X-sync socket for studio flash. There are a lot more mid-range DSLR cameras now than a year ago, so Mark Goldstein reviewed the Pentax K20D to find out if it still has what it takes.

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