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Saturday, Sep 09, 2006

Pentax K100D Review - e-fotografija

Sep 09, 2006 | Category: Pentax K100D

Once again, the Pentax K100D shows that Pentax, as a brand, is severely underestimated. However, with the K100D, they really appeal to the photographer that values high quality at an affordable price, rather than a better known brand.

With the Pentax K100D, the photographer gets features that are absent in the pricier competition. The camera is still compact, with a plethora of useful function, spot metering, ISO 3200, has a viewfinder that is chock-full of useful information and makes manual focus possible, it can use various legacy lenses with adapters, the rear display is large and sharp, and last but not least, the camera handles really well.

These are all features that the competition didn’t have until very recently. The Pentax K100D has all of this, but, oddly enough, few want to see it.

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Sunday, Jul 30, 2006

Pentax K100D Review - Photozine

Jul 30, 2006 | Category: Pentax K100D

Pentax caused a bit of a stir when they announced the Pentax K100D, which is their first digital SLR camera to include a CCD-shift camera shake reduction system.

If you’re looking for your first digital SLR, the Pentax K100D is well worth a look. The Shake Reduction, easy controls SD card compatibility and lightweight design make this camera ideal for those looking for a step up from a compact digicam. Photographers who travel will also appreciate these features, as well as the ability to use AA batteries. Existing Pentax SLR owners may also wish to upgrade, whether it is from a film or earlier digital SLR.

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