Pentax today unveils to the world two new Q10 mirrorless interchangeable K-5 II/IIs cameras, joining the ranks of the previously released Q, cameras with mini-sensors that enables users to still change lenses. The Q10 offer bokeh control and effects similar to the Q, but adding a new grip and color options, like the fiery red pictured above. Other features include a K-mount adapter, a 15-45mm telephoto
shipping with the new camera, improvements in AF, full HD video recording, anti-shake technology, 5 fps continuous shooting and a nifty pop-up flash. Expected to go on sale this October, expect
the camera to cost you $600 with the included lens.
The K-5 II/IIs meanwhile replaces the K5, which comes in with a weather-proofing features ideal for the more rugged users, but still retaining the same 16.2 megapixel sensors and is expected to
retail at around the $1200-$1350 price range.