Pentax Q Exclusively at Jessops
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The Pentax Q will be stocked exclusively in the UK at Jessops until 1st November 2011. Jessops will offer a single lens package of the Pentax Q plus 8.5mm lens for £599.99. A twin lens package of the Pentax Q plus 8.5mm lens and 5-15mm zoom lens will retail for £729.99.
Jessops Press Release
The lightest and smallest digital interchangeable lens system camera on the market*is now exclusively available from Jessops stores and Jessops.com
September 2011 – Jessops, the UK’s leading photographic retailer, yesterday showcased the highly anticipated Pentax Q digital interchangeable lens system camera at the Jessops flagship New Oxford Street store in London. As the country’s leading CSC retailer Jessops has been selected by Pentax to exclusively launch Q in the UK.
This exciting launch event allowed attending customers and journalists to spend time getting hands-on with the Pentax Q and try out its class-leading features for themselves. Pentax product experts were also on hand to answer any questions and demonstrate the camera in use.
Available in white or black, the Pentax Q is a new compact system camera that offers all the features and quality of a DSLR camera in the lightest and smallest body on the market. Despite its size it has a compact size backlit CMOS sensor for perfect image quality. It is the first interchangeable lens camera that can easily fit into your pocket and as such is a true go-anywhere camera. The Pentax Q will be stocked exclusively at Jessops until 1st November 2011.
Jessops will offer a single lens package of the Pentax Q plus 8.5mm lens for £599.99. A twin lens package of the Pentax Q plus 8.5mm lens and 5-15mm zoom lens will retail for £729.99.
* The world’s smallest and lightest digital interchangeable lens system camera, as of June 15, 2011.