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'Excellent high ISO image quality, Shoots at 8.1fps'
'Delivers great performance, weather-resistant build quality'
'Will the weatherproof K-3 be enough to tempt consumers away from Nikon and Canon?'
'Pros: Price, rugged build quality.'
'Weather-sealed body that's unique in its price class'
'Large pentaprism viewfinder, Weather-sealed design'
'Very good still image quality, Eye-Fi wireless compatibility'
'Still image quality remains excellent'
'Interesting set of shooting features'
'Large pentaprism viewfinder, 5fps burst shooting'
'Delivers a lot of features and performance'
'Strong features compared to rivals'
'Love this Camera!!!'
'Excellent viewfinder, Fast 6.2fps shooting'
'Vastly improved autofocus in low-light shooting'
'Image quality is excellent'
'Very good high ISO performance'
'Grip is large and accommodating, offering great control'
'Image quality is excellent, producing noise-free images'
'Good detail at low sensitivities (even better in RAW)'
'high iso performance'
'+ high ISO performance is excellent.'
'the camera is nice with many customizations possible.'
'High-definition (720p24) video capture.'
'User-friendly yet full-featured.'
'excellent quality video'
'The viewfinder is bright and free of any distortions or aberrations, making it suitable for both auto and manual focusing.'
'excellent image quality and outstanding value for money'
'Colors were stunning, and the level of control we had over hues and tones was nearly overwhelming.'
'the Pentax K-7 feels tight and solid.'
'Highlight correction ineffective'
'Low light video capture is consistent with other cameras of this caliber, and color saturation remains almost identical to fully lit shooting.'
'Rugged waterproof camera with built-in GPS and 5X wide-angle optical zoom. '
'The K200D's version is a little more subtle than Canon's Highlight Tone Priority--at least the version I saw in the 1Ds Mark III --though that camera is an unfair comparison, to say the least.'
'Website General Model Number: K200D Camera Format: SLR Currently Manufactured: Yes Retail Price: $799.95 Street Price: $799.71 Date Available: 2008-03-30 Tripod Mount: Yes Weight: 629g
9.8 in to Infinity Macro Focus Range: Aperture Range: f/3.5 - 22 (W), f/5.6 - 38 (T) Lens Thread: 52mm Lens Thread Type: Display Optical Viewfinder: Yes LCD Viewfinder: No LCD Size (inches): 2.7 LCD Resolution (pixels): 230,000 Max Playback Zoom: 16.00x Exposure ISO Settings: 100, 200, 400, 800, 1600 White Balance Settings: Auto, Daylight, Shade, Cloudy, Tungsten, Fluorescent (W, D, N), Flash, Color Temperature Shutter Speed Range: 30 - 1/4000 Exp Adj Range (EV): +/- 2.0EV in 0.3EV steps Metering Modes: TTL open-aperture: 16-segment, Center-weighted, Spot Aperture Priority: Yes Shutter Priority: Yes Full Manual Exposure: Yes Self Timer: 2 or 12 seconds Flash Internal Flash: Yes Flash Modes: TBA Flash Guide Number (Meters): 13 Flash Range Description: Depends on lens Ext Flash Connection: Hot Shoe Image Storage Usable Memory Types: SDHC / SD Memory Included (MB): Uncompressed Format: RAW (.'
'I tend to feel that the company's DSLRs seem to have the heaviest construction of any cameras in their price class,'
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