up to this point, some avid shutterbugs are probably pretty tired of black offerings that come almost standard with DSLR. if you happen to be one of them, then you might want to check out the Pentax K-50 DSLR – a seriously full-featured Digital SLR that comes wrapped in your choice of colors. both the body and the grip are customizable from a palette of colors, so you can have the one-of-the-kind look and not look the same as your fellow photographers. seriously, what are odds that two persons chose the same color combination?

along with the delectable color customization are features such as a 16.3MP CMOS sensor with integrated Shake/Dust Reduction sensor movement system, PRIME M image processor, a weather-resistant and dust-proof body, PENTAX KAF2 bayonet stainless steel mount, DA-L 18-55WR lens, optical viewfinder, Full HD movie recording in H.264 format (up to 30 fps), high-speed continuous shooting of up to six images per second, wide view 3.0″ LCD display, a 77-segment multi-pattern metering system, PENTAX’s Hyper control system, single-action button for switching between image formats, and compatibility with Eye-Fi wireless LAN SD memory cards.

powering the camera is a choice of power sources: a rechargeable Lithium-ion for up to 480 images, or by the optional AA battery holder for four AA batteries which yields up to 1,250 shots using AA lithium batteries. available July 2013 for $779.95, or $879.85 if you opt for the dual lens kit.

Published by Mike chua

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