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Pentax K-30 Digital Camera Review
In addition to its obvious features as a durable camera, the Pentax K-30 includes the usual complement of in-camera editing options, digital filters, scene modes, interval timers, multi-exposure shooting, and accessory functionality that we've come to expect from Pentax cameras. It's a level of functionality that exists in the higher-end models from Sony, Canon, and Nikon, but rarely makes it down into the sub-$1000 DSLR market. Again, many of these things will be beyond the pale for beginners (except for filters and scene modes, which would be at home on any point-and-shoot), but they're great things to learn and grow with and do set the K-30 apart somewhat.