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Pentax K-70

Andy Westlake tests Pentax's latest fully featured mid-range DSLR with in-body image stabilisation

£559.00

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We take a look at the first Pentax full frame DSLR

£1,599.00

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Pentax K3 ii

The Pentax K-3 II aims to improve on the K-3 with better continuous autofocusing, in-body image stabilisation and never before seen features like Pixel Shift Resolution and Astrotracer. Callum McInernery-Riley…

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The K-S2 is Pentax’s latest mid-range DSLR, continuing its tradition of offering affordable yet well-specified cameras. Find out how it gets on in our Pentax K-S2 review.

£649.00

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It may seem to be all flashing lights and quirky looks, but underneath its modern skin the Pentax K-S1 is a serious camera. Richard Sibley finds out just what it…

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With a 51.4-million-pixel, medium-format-sized CMOS sensor, the Pentax 645Z may top the wish list of many photographers. Richard Sibley had the chance to try out the camera before its release…

£6,800.00

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The 23.35-million-pixel sensor in the new Pentax K-3 is just one of many reasons why this enthusiast DSLR may finally be the one to compete with Canon and Nikon. Read…

£1,099.00

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A tried-and-tested 16.28-million-pixel sensor, an impressive 81 weather seals and a 100% viewfinder could make the Pentax K-50 one of the best enthusiast cameras we have tested. Read the Pentax

£529.00

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As the last major manufacturer to join the enthusiast compact category, does Pentax deliver anything unique with the Pentax MX-1? Read the Pentax MX-1 review...

£399.00

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It’s a tiny, 12.4-million-pixel compact system camera with a range of six lenses, but what advantage does this offer the enthusiast photographer? Read the Pentax Q10...

£379.00

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The Pentax K-5 is one of the best DSLRs with an APS-C-sized sensor that we have tested, so expectations are high for its K-5 II successor. Read the Pentax K-5…

£800.00

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Pentax introduces the X-5 bridge camera to its range, featuring a wide 22-580mm lens that benefits from the company’s sensor shift shake-reduction. Read the Pentax X-5 review...

£200.00

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With a weather-resistant body and an impressive feature set, the Pentax K-30 is an entry-level DSLR that could just rival the big boys

£650.00

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The Pentax K-01 combines unusual looks with a tried-and-tested 16.28-million-pixel sensor that is capable of excellent results. We find out how much difference the unique design makes in our Pentax…

£600.00

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The Pentax Q may be the smallest interchangeable-lens camera, but there is more to this model than just its size and retro charm

£599.00

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This new mid-level DSLR offers a highly competitive feature list that will please current Pentax owners and new users alike, but does it have enough clout to ruffle the competition?

£510.00

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Pentax doubles its DSLR range to four cameras with its new 16.3-million-pixel K-5 flagship model. We find out what it is about the K-5 that justifies this status

£1,099.99

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It’s a 40-million-pixel, medium-format camera that handles like a DSLR. This digital version of the 645 takes landscape and studio shooting to an advanced level for Pentax users

£8,999.00

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Based on the Pentax K-m, the latest K-x has inherited a number of features from the K-7 to entice the entry-level photographer. We put it to the test.

£599.99

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