Pentax has today launched a new firmware upgrade for its K-7 and K-x following on from the upgrade that was issued to the Pentax K-5 last November. The new firmware upgrades both the cameras to now be SDXC card compatible, allowing both cameras to now use larger capacity storage cards.
But unfortunately because neither camera has built-in UHS support you still won’t get to enjoy the speed increase that SDXC memory cards offer.
Additionally the new firmware update adds a new feature to the K-7 with new video editing functions in playback mode and improve the cameras image sharpening settings.
Via EngadgetFiled Under: Camera News