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.
Very small, Bright rear LCD, Sharp kit lens
Looks great and is a lot of fun
Good image quality, although not consistent
Truly compact system camera and easily pocketable lenses
Gorgeous design with brass construction
Appealingly retro design
Good image and video quality
Wide aperture lens
Waterproof, shockproof, freezeproof and crushproof
Sharp lens, Wide aperture, Short shutter lag
Capable of a low-resolution burst mode
Solid product in more ways than one
Good photo quality, with respectable high ISO performance, Very rugged body
Excellent viewfinder, Fast 6.2fps shooting
Vastly improved autofocus in low-light shooting
Image quality is excellent
Solid build, Ease of use, Decent sensor
Macro performance is excellent
Huge focal range, DSLR aesthetics
Great value for money, Takes good pictures
Long zoom, Low price, Articulated screen
Very compact, Excellent access to manual controls
Clever industrial design
Lot easier to use, Handgrip a definite improvement
Reasonable price, Compact size, Good build
The WG-2's shooting performance isn't particularly fast and it only has digital image stabilization
Soft lens. Slow to start and shoot
Easy to handle
Great results in good light
'the Pentax K-7 feels tight and solid.'
'The live view experience on the K-7 is quite nice.'
'The camera is robust and confidence-inspiring.'
'the K-7 is much more comfortable to hold with average sized male hands, and doesn't seem anymore cramped.'