Everyone’s favorite camera underdog, Pentax, is back with another winner: the K-5, an excellent if not earth-shattering follow-up to the K-7, which was our Prosumer DSLR of the Year in 2009. Cosmetically, the 16.3-megapixel K-5 is virtually identical to the K-7, but there are many significant changes internally in the new model that improve its top-line specs including faster burst speed; better noise control; higher ISO shooting; full HD 1080p capture, and a host of other revamped functions. If there’s any area where I’d knock this camera is that it’s not adventurous enough. From a pro photography perspective, I’d love to see Pentax take the advances it has made in the K-5 and K-7 and put them into an even more robust camera body with a full frame sensor. Now that would be something that might make Canon and Nikon quake in their boots.
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