Pentax Announces the K-30: A Weather-Sealed Mid-Level DSLR

Pentax has officially announced its new K-30 DSLR, a mid-level weather-sealed camera that’s geared towards active outdoor photographers. In addition to its durable build, the camera features a 16MP APS-C sensor, 6fps burst mode, speed autofocus with 9/11 cross-type points, in-camera stabilization (4 stops), 60fps Live View, an optical viewfinder with 100% coverage, a 3-inch LCD screen, dual electronic diables, 1080p HD video recording, ISO 100-12800 (expandable to 25600), and three body colors (white, blue, and black).

The camera will hit store shelves at a price of $850 starting in July 2012 for the body only, or $900 with an included 18-55mm kit lens.

(via Pentax)

  • guest

    not a bad price tag for the weather sealed goodness, I have to try and get my hands on one, it’s all 90% canon over here…

  • will hall

    that white looks like a storm-trooper edition

  • Fearium

    The top picture (with water) is terrible. The editing looks like it´s made by an amature!

  • branden rio

    I actually would like to have a white camera body like that. It’s a silly feature … but I still want it.

  • Guest

    Your spelling looks like it’s made by a amateur*……  

  • Paul

    I love the feel of Pentax’s DSLR cameras and they work beautiful with manual lens, I just wish they would release something full frame.

  • kidbulate

    that’s a very good price for all those features. i hope canon does better :D

  • Almond

    Your grammar looks like it’s made by an* amateur…

  • rtfe

    You look.