Two versions of the Pentax K-5 camera will tempt you

How are you in the New Year? Hope you are more successful and happier in 2013 and won the dream smoothly. Do you already have a resolution to achieve your dream? And, what is a digital camera of your dreams? If you have not bought a new camera, then you can choose the digital camera Pentax masterpiece, the Pentax K-5. Apparently Pentax has also launched a Pentax K-5 II. Let's look at the specifications

Key Specifications Pentax digital SLR cameras including Sony Exmor CMOS sensor 16.2-megapixel, weather sealed magnesium body and the ability to capture 1080p HD video recording at 25fps speed or 30fps.Casing Pentax K-5 DSLR look tough and strong and is the successor of the C-5 and the lens seems also held various weather condition. Pentax K-5 also has a wider ISO range of 50-25600, 18-point auto focus system and an external microphone input. There is a manual focus and four custom modes include auto, action, portrait and night.

This digital SLR camera has a body similar to the K-7 series with the jog dial on the left a little wider. 18-55mm kit lens Waterproof packaged in K-7 also seems to be bundled in the sales of K-5.  

Pentax K-5 developed using technology that has been successful in the Pentax K-7. And the Pentax K-5 inherits the exceptional reliability, user-friendly, array of advanced features and compact, lightweight body of its predecessor, but more reasonable and flexible in photographic expression. The camera is equipped high-speed sensor, low-noise CMOS image sensor with high-performance PRIME II imaging engine, resulting in super high resolution, digital images with rich gradation approximately 16.28 effective megapixels, even when shooting in the continuous shooting mode on the maximum speed of approximately seven images per second.Pentax is now able to operate as it has done better overall improvement through review of the design and shape of all components. 

Pentax K - 5 is designed to be more functional and maneuverable in every detail whiz and better able to respond to the demands of the user distinguish the very serious amateur than previous models.

The camera also offers an extra-wide sensitivity range between ISO 80 and ISO 51 200 (if extended via custom function) and full HD-proportion movie recording 1920 x 1080 pixels to extend the frontiers of high-quality visual presentation. Pentax has added other improvements - such as over-speed auto focus quickly, upgraded HDR (High Dynamic Range). With the HDR feature that complements the Pentax K-5 will benefit you because you do not always have to do photo editing on a computer with special software such as Photoshop.

 Pentax K-5 has been using the latest generation features, namely wide-frame autofocus system with SAFOX IX with 11 sensor points (with 9 cross-type sensors positioned in the middle). Advanced optical AF system has completely redesigned, and factors the light source when shooting into the calculations to improve the accuracy of autofocus operation. It also offers the option for the shutter release - between focus priority and release priority in AF. S (single) face mode, or between focus priority and speed priority of AFC (continuous) mode face - to make the photographer better equipped for a variety of photographic needs.

 K5 Sensor estimated 3 stops more sensitive than its predecessor, K-7, which means that the C-5 photos taken at ISO 6400 looks about as rough of one taken at ISO 800 with the K-7.

You notice that the LCD screen on both the back and on the top of the camera is covered with tempered glass. Also integrated hotshoe for external flash units, the initial synchronous speed set at 1/180 sec, while the new flash in the first half of 2011 will have a speed of 1/250 sync. HDMI output and a USB 2.0 connection are also present, and the camera supports two SDHC memory card slots.

If you Pentaxian, you should really look forward to welcoming this Pentax K-5. You should consider trying a sophisticated camera. This means you are not too affected by the well-known brands and the other major.

Now you can also choose camera Pentax K-5 II. The difference between the Pentax K-5 II and Pentax K-5s only lies in the use of anti-aliasing filter. Pentax K-5s are not equipped with anti-aliasing filters are implanted in DSLR cameras to minimize distortion, but with a reduced risk of image detail. Therefore, the Pentax K-5s would be more suitable for commercial photography or studio because of all the camera settings, lenses, and other lighting should be regulated solely by photographer’s suit shooting conditions.

Because you already know the difference between the two Pentax, then choose one of the Pentax that suit your requirements. Are you ready to get in the club Pentaxian?