Reviewers Liked

  • Decent stills with enough light, Quick response (6 fps), Topnotch screen, Weatherresistance construction
  • Very good still image quality, Good continuous shooting speed and buffer capacity for JPEGs, Weather resistant, Inbody stabilization
  • Excellent image quality, even at high ISO settings, Most affordable allweather DSLR available, Good complement of allweather lenses at affordable prices, Bright, 100 percent view optical viewfinder
  • Excellent photo quality, with low noise until the very highest sensitivities, Solid, weathersealed body, Builtin image stabilization means decades worth of Pentax lenses will have shake reduction, Sharp 3inch LCD offers good outdoor visibility, Optical viewfinder is larger and offers more coverage than competitors, Lots of manual controls and customizable features, Beginners will appreciate auto
  • Weather Sealing, build quality, handling, image quality
  • Excellent image quality, Rugged, durable, waterproof body, Extremely fast performance
  • Large pentaprism viewfinder, Weather-sealed body, 5,2fps burst shooting, Excellent control layout, Very customizable, Sharp kit lens, In-body shake reduction, Very good high ISO performance
  • Good detail at low sensitivities (even better in RAW), Very good high ISO image quality, good detail up to high sensitivities, Exceptionally low shadow noise in RAW files at low ISOs, Responsive operation, 6 fps and good burst size in continuous shooting, Good build-quality with weather-sealed body, Thought-out user interface with useful TAv and SV modes, Large, bright viewfinder with 100% cove

Reviewers Didn't Like

  • Poor video quality, Very noisy mechanical operation, No HDMI out, Poor flash results
  • No continuous AF during video capture, Video on the slow side to initiate, Might be too small for large hands
  • Lacks easytouse movie recording features
  • Video quality could be better, Below average battery life, Can't shoot RAW images at high speed in burst mode, White balance bracketing would've been nice, Lacks a stereo microphone, and does not support adding an external one, No HDMI output
  • Speed of focusing in Live View, small battery, fixed screen, lack of continuous AF for HD video
  • Video quality is lacking, Mediocre autofocus, Weatherproofing makes body feel cheap
  • Fixed rear LCD, No mic input, Slow to focus when recording video, Standard kit lens is not weather sealed
  • Lower JPEG highlight DR than competitors (without Highlight Correction activated), Live view exposure simulation has very limited range, No external mic-socket, No dedicated video button, No stills capture in video mode, Focus-peaking not available in video mode, No HDMI port, Poor battery life compared to its peers,