Pentax recently announced that they will be making available their range of Pentax Evangelion Q10 limited edition cameras, where these will retail for approximately $650 after conversion, and will of course, sport the colors and design that were inspired by the Evangelion series. Underneath the hood, it is pretty much the same innards as with a vanilla Pentax Q10 shooter, where you will be able to capture 12.4-megapixel stills with its CMOS sensor, while there is also a Removal DRII image sensor cleaning function thrown into the mix that relies on ultrasonic vibrations.
Other hardware and performance specifications include ISO 100 to 6400 (1/3 EV steps), up to ISO 1600 and a 3-inch LCD display for you to preview whatever you have just snapped on the move. Do move quick if you want to pick up one of these puppies, considering how only 1,500 of these will be manufactured and released worldwide. If you are a serious collector, then you might want to make a beeline for it, after all, limited editions of digital cameras are few and far in between compared to say, a video game console.
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