Product Features Pentax 12651
Compact, gorgeous camera, takes great movies and withstands abuse
Neat, light, but not quite perfect little Pentax First off, I’m a bit of a camera buff as I own a large Nikon with lenses as well as a trusty little one that’s my holiday camera as well as a Kodak I bought cheap for the same reasons. Pentax is certainly a brand I’m familiar with, so I expected good things from this lightweight pocket model.First off the good stuff. It’s well specified. Amazingly so for its size, actually. Loads of settings to play with for different scenes and effects, as well as that ring of LEDs for close-in macro work. Pentax also stuff into it face recognition and electronic vibration compensation; something you normally only expect to see on top-end cameras. The weight of the camera also indicates (I didn’t dismantle it so have no idea if I’m right) that under the G-Shock style plastic casing there may well be a metal body as well as adequate waterproofing. The two doors for connectors and battery/SD card are both cleverly thought out, with a slide and fold action rather than just a loose and…
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