'The Pentax K-S2 is an attractive option for photographers who don't put an emphasis on video capture.'
'The company may not have the clout of Canon or Nikon, but this camera deserves to win Pentax a few new fans.'
'Lots of fine-tuning options for a prosumer model. '
'a broad feature set'
'Disappointing video features'
'The built-in pop-up flash worked well indoors, with no red-eye and adequate overall exposure. '
It's tough, fast and powerful, and Pentax's new DSLR is aimed at adventurers
A bit like a bigger version of the Pentax K-3
'Ultimately the K-S1 is a very capable camera that, ironically, is let down by some of the very aspects intended to make it stand out. '
'The K-S1 is also noticeably heavier, which exacerbates my difficulties holding it comfortably, but if you have small hands, you may actually prefer the size of the K-S1.'
'Images become distinctly scrappy at the highest ISOs.'
'Not very user-friendly.'
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
Still image quality remains excellent
Very good still image quality, Eye-Fi wireless compatibility
Interesting set of shooting features
Large pentaprism viewfinder, 5fps burst shooting
Delivers a lot of features and performance
Strong features compared to rivals
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
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