Pentax K-30 Review

4.5
August 22, 2012 | Mark Goldstein |

Review Roundup

Reviews of the Pentax K-30 from around the web.

ephotozine.com »

The Pentax K-30 features the same APS-C sensor made by Sony as the Pentax K-01, and with a weather sealed body sits somewhere in between the Pentax K-r and Pentax K-5. It's also the last HOYA developed camera.
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pocket-lint.com »

We love new tech here at Pocket-lint, but sometimes companies can get a little carried away. Take Pentax: its Q system confounded and the K-01, despite its great image quality, just lacked sense. What with so many decent competitor cameras making it to the market it’s about time the Ricoh-acquired company made its return to form.
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gizmodo.com »

A DSLR camera in the $1,000 range isn't usually as quick and rugged Pentax K-30. That solid performance inside a well-built shell has had us excited since we first got our hands on its weather-sealed body. This camera is clearly the competitor to Canon's new T4i—can its photos and videos hold up?
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