A little under a month ago Jamie Pert brought you details on the Pentax K-r DSLR camera. Now I have come across a review on this camera that is very detailed and has been done by Mark Goldstein from photographyblog.com.
In this reviewer’s opinion, the K-r is a mid-range DSLR, which does not seem to lack in quality despite its all-plastic design with textured matt black finish and low price tag. This Pentax camera has a 12.4 megapixel sensor that captures enough detail for larger prints.
According to Mark this digital SLR is ideal for families and novice users, has a wide ISO that ranges from 100 up to 25,600, is equipped with an 11-point AF system, 6fps burst shooting mode and is lightweight at 600 grams.
With the K-r you are also able to record video in 720p high definition. Some key features include an integrated system that reduces the effects of handshake when shooting and a three-stage anti-dust mechanism. You will also benefit from an LCD screen that measures 3-inches.
For a complete and detailed review of the Pentax K-r by Mark Goldstein, head on over to photographyblog.com.
Also See: Pentax K-5 DSLR: Full review