Pentax K-5 Digital Camera Review
The K-5 is the best Pentax we've tested thanks to a capable new sensor and sharp kit lens.
Pentax's K-5 features a number of improvements over the K-7, not the least of which is a new 16.2 megapixel sensor that boasts strong color representation and, when paired with the excellent weather resistant kit lens, a sharpness rating that exceeds many competitors in the class.
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