Pentax’s New Achievement
Pentax Q is currently Pentax new achievement. Finally, Pentax succeeded to make a smallest interchangeable-lens camera. This is important, while another producers have long been to play with compact interchangeable-lens camera, Pentax Q is a new comer. Pentax Q is Pentax’s debut on the field. But it is interesting to know that Pentax want to be a different player. They released a smallest one.
The Pentax Q’s physical dimensions are significantly smaller than the two most-compact interchangeable-lens cameras we’ve seen before the Q was announced today. At just 1.2 inches deep, 3.9 inches wide, and 2.3 inches tall, the Pentax Q is tinier in every dimension than the Sony Alpha NEX-C3 (1.31 by 4.38 by 2.38 inches) and the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF3 (1.28 by 4.24 by 2.64 inches). It’s much lighter, too, clocking in at 7.1 ounces with a battery and storage card inserted, compared with the Alpha NEX-C3’s 10-ounce weight and the Lumix GF3’s 9.31-ounce weight with the same insertions.