Pentax has launched a new mirrorless interchangeable lens camera, the Pentax Q10 which comes with a 12.4 megapixel sensor and features a new Q-Mount PENTAX 06 15-45mm F2.8 telephoto zoom lens and Adapter Q for PENTAX K-mount lenses.
“Not only does the new PENTAX Q10 have a tiny footprint but it packs a powerful punch when it comes to picture taking, especially when compared to any smart phone or digital point-and-shoot camera,” explains John Carlson, Sr. Manager of Sales and Marketing, PENTAX. “With the availability of a K-Mount adapter for the PENTAX Q-series of cameras, we have extended this camera category to fulfill endless photographic possibilities for Q users, who can now use any one of 25 million PENTAX K-mount lenses with their Q system**.”
**Only manual focusing is available with K-mount lenses.
The Pentax Q10 will go on sale in the US in October, and it will retail for$600, this price includes the standard kit lens, there will also be a range of Q lenses available for the camera.
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