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Thursday, June 23, 2011

World's Smallest Digital Camera w/ Interchangeable Lens

If Sony got you excited with their NEX-C3, the previous title holder for world's smallest interchangeable lens digital camera, they've got nothing on the Pentax Q. Measuring at only 3.9x2.3x1.2 inches, the camera is about the same size as a regular point-and-shoot digital camera, but don't let its compactness fool you. The Pentax Q utilizes a 1/2.33-inch backlit CMOS image sensor, which 

takes up less space without compromising image quality. The camera produces top-notch photos, and thanks to its sensor, even in poorly lit areas as well. It boasts a 
 3.0-inch LCD display, 12.4 megapixel resolution, SD/SDHC/SDXC card support, image stabilizer, pop up flash, sensor cleaner, Bokeh control filter, the ability to shoot 1080p HD video at 30 frames per second, among other more commonly found features in DSLR cameras.

Due for release this coming fall in the United States, the Pentax Q will be available in Black and White models. The standard lens kit will sell for about 
 $800. Additional accessories including a separate viewfinder and specialized lenses will range between $80-$250. The initial selection of Q-compatible lenses will include a standard zoom, fish-eye, wide-angle and telephoto toy lenses.





Source: [digitaltrends]

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