When it comes to consumer electronics devices that are in the pipeline these days, they tend to experience leaks before they even even make it to the mass market. Well, it has been nearly a couple of years now since the Pentax K-r appeared as the company’s entry level DSLR, which more or less means the time is ripe for a sequel to be in tow. A particular French catalog has been caught to show off the Pentax K-30, although nothing official has been released from the company just yet. The Pentax K-30 apparently comes with a spanking new 16-megapixel sensor and will most probably be able to record Full HD video at 1080p resolution. The body itself does seem to experience wholesale changes too, which means it ought to be more robust and durable even when it is used under trying weather conditions. You will be able to shoot four frames per second continuously, while the K-30 is also accompanied by a €799 post-tax price tag for an 18-55mm kit bundle.
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