Pentax just expanded its mirrorless camera line with the world’s smallest and lightest Q-system the new Q10 mirrorless interchangeable lens digital camera.
It comes with a super compact and lightweight design and according to company the Q10 is intended to deliver DSLR-quality photos for users of all levels.
The Q10 is based on the Pentax Q, it is equipped with a newly designed 12.4-Megapixel back-illuminated CMOS image sensor, and features an upgraded algorithm to provide users with improved performance, including higher quality images and a faster autofocus (AF).
The camera is capable of 5fps high-speed continous shooting and Full HD 1080p video recording at 30fps. There are also a range of image processing tools, including 19 digital filters such as Toy Camera, Invert Color; and Smart Effect that applies a series of effects, such as intage Color, Warm Fade, Bold Monochrome, to images to achieve high quality finishing.
It also come with built-in popup flash that is effective to 23 feet at 200 ISO, and covers a wide angle 28 degree field of view. The Q10 provides HDMI output and supports SD/SDHC/SDXC memory cards.
The new Pentax Q10 will start selling in October and it will be available as a kit with PENTAX 02 Standard Zoom Lens with 3x zoom for $599.95.