Så kom den længe ventede 28 siders anmeldelse af Pentax K-x, som dpreview.com nu har klar.
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The Pentax K-x sits in the slot previously occupied by the company’s K200D – one of the best-specified entry-level DSLRs on the market in its time – though that position has now been elevated by the arrival of a new breed of simplified models below it. In Pentax’s line-up that means the K2000/K-m designed to entice compact camera users into DSLR ownership with its easy-to-use interface and diminutive scale, and it’s that camera the K-x is immediately reminiscent of (they share the same body).
Despite its compact size and use of AA batteries, there is more than a hint of the K-7 about the new model’s specifications. It gains the K-7’s 11-point AF system and PRIME II imaging engine, along with its abilities to correct for chromatic aberration and distortion when using Pentax DA and DFA lenses. It allso features an orientation sensor.