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Pentax K-5 IIs 16.3 MP DSLR Body Only (Black)


Pentax K-5 IIs 16.3 MP DSLR Body Only (Black)


STAY OBSESSED: LESS IS MORE. With the K-5 IIs, less really is more. Featured without an anti-aliasing filter to achieve superior resolution for highly detailed imagery, the K-5 IIs is feature rich and ready for nearly any environment, thanks to its weather sealed and cold proof design. With the K-5 IIs, less is more, and the proof really is in the details.

  • New, highly advanced and accurate 11 point SAFOX X autofocus system offers the widest EV focus range in its class. 16.3 megapixel CMOS sensor with integrated AD conversion circuitry
  • High sensitivity 80-51200 ISO range with excellent noise performance. Air-gap-free, scratch resistant, 3 inch LCD with 921,000 dots of resolution.
  • PENTAX body-based Shake Reduction (SR) stabilization system. Fully weather sealed and cold proof design.
  • Durable magnesium alloy covers surround a rugged stainless steel chassis. Speedy 7 FPS captures fast action shots.
  • Widescreen 1080p HD video at 25 FPS, with sound via built-in or external 3.5mm stereo microphone jack. Pent prism viewfinder with 100% field of view and 0.92X magnification

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Pentax WG-3 16MP White Waterproof Shockproof Crushproof Digital Camera


Pentax WG-3 16MP White Waterproof Shockproof Crushproof Digital Camera


FEATURES: A Backlit 16 megapixel CMOS sensor, coupled with the new-generation imaging engine delivers a top sensitivity of ISO 6400 The triple shake reduction system combines an image-sensor-shift-type SR (Shake Reduction) mechanism with the digital Pixel Track and high ISO Shake Reduction modes A further enhanced waterproof construction allows for a depth of 45 feet Shockproof, ruggedized design protects from drops up to 6.5 feet Crushproof construction withstands weights up to 220 LBF (pound-force) Cold-resistant to sub-freezing temperatures of 14 degrees F(minus 10 degrees C) The dustproof design protects the camera from any dry, dusty environments The newly designed optical 4X zoom lens offers a high-performance, large aperture of F2.0 Six LED Macro Lights around the circumference of the lens barrel allows for brighter, uniform macro illumination High-resolution 3.0-inch color LCD monitor with approximately 460,000 dots Capture full HD video in widescreen 1080p resolution (1920×1080) with efficient, high quality h.264 compression at 30 frames per second SPECIFICATIONS: CAMERA HARDWAREMODEL: WG-3TYPE: Compact Digital Camera SENSOR- Type: Backlit CMOS w primary color filter- Size: 1/2.3- Effective pixels: 16- Total pixels: 16.79- Recorded resolutionsStill: 16M (4608×3456), 12M (1:1, 3456×3456), 12M (16:9, 4608×2592), 7M (3072×2304), 5M (16:9, 3072×1728), 5M (2592×1944), 4M (16:9, 2592×1464), 3M (2048×1536), 2M (16:9, 1920×1080), 1024 (1024×768), VGA (640×480)Movie: HD (1920x1080p30, 1280x720p60/30)- Quality levels: Still: best, better, good, Movie: fixed LENS- Type/construction: PENTAX zoom lens, 9 elements, 7 groups (4 aspheric elements), protective cover w SP coating- Optical zoom: 4X- Focal length (equiv.): 4.5-18mm (25-100mm)- Digital zoom: 7.2X- Combined zoom: 28.8X- Intelligent zoom:  Approx.  6X at 7M to 28.8X at VGA- Aperture: F2-4.9 LCD/VIEWFINDER- LCD screen: 3 widescreen TFT color LCD w anti-reflective coating on cov…

  • A backlit 16 megapixel sensor coupled with the new-generation imaging engine delivers a top sensitivity of ISO 6400
  • Further enhanced waterproof construction allows for depth of 45 feet
  • Triple shake reduction with sensor shift shake reduction, shockproof for drops up to 6.5-Feet, cold resistant to 14 degrees F, dustproof
  • 3-Inch LCD, HD 1080P video with h.264 compression @ 30fps
  • 6 LED macro lights for macro illumination

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  1. 80 of 85 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Better then my Canon 5d Mark II, January 1, 2013
    By 
    Cody L. Conrad “Cody Conrad” (Tucson, AZ) –
    (REAL NAME)
      

    This review is from: Pentax K-5 IIs 16.3 MP DSLR Body Only (Black) (Electronics)
    I moved from Canon to Pentax About a year ago when I saw just about every piece of Cannon gear increase in cost by $1000. I was a 5d Mark II user,and could not fault the resolution and sharpness of the Camera, But It could not focus as was a the Rebel Series Cameras. I Had grown tired of Canon’s Marketing strategies, So I sold all my lenses For more then I had purchased them for (Thank you Canon inflation). I also sold my 5d Mk II for a Very good used rate. I purchased the original Pentax K5, and very much liked a lot of things about the system.
    Better focusing, better metering, Much better color rendering. Canon always pushed the primary colors, and even the neutral setting has a Greenish hue. Pentax has a much better color representation, there are more hues, and rolling tones, also the shadows look much better. But the K5 was not as sharp as the Canon 5d MKII. Not the end of the world but still…

    Enter the K5 IIs This is a very different Camera entirely. It looks, and feels like a K5, But under the hood it is a detail Deva. Now I have the best of both systems. It’s every bit as clear and detailed as the Canon Full Frames. Focus the eyes and you will see the depth and little details. Hairs are crisp. There is no need to sharpen the images in post like you might have done before. I shoot Raw plus Jpeg, but very rarely use the raw files.

    My settings

    (Highlight correction) on
    (Shadow Correction) on
    (Expanded Sensitivity) on
    (Camera setting) Natural or BW

    There are three different Sharpening algorithms on this camera. Sharpen, Fine, and Extra (AKA Extra Fine.
    They are like selecting finer Radius amounts with higher amounts of output. I currently have mine set to Extra fine @ -2
    This sharpens down to the sub details without causing edgy halos.

    I adore this camera with the Sigma 85 1.4. At 3.5 Subjects are razor sharp with creamy butter filled backgrounds.
    So I am ecstatic about the images this camera body Produces. Do I miss shooting Full frame? Not really. I know in theory it should be a better image on a 35mm sensor. Bigger photocells,Better DOF, Blah,Blah, Blah. Here is my scientific Opinion. The movie industry uses The Red Epic Camera. It’s sensor is 27.7 by 14.6 mm 5120 x 2700 pixel, 13.8 megapixel Bayer pattern 14 bit CMOS sensor. This would not seem very impressive in the still camera world, but I believe it proves a point that there is a lot more to consider for image quality then bigger sensors with more pixels. Sensors that produce the least amount of heat with on board Converters Can offer some of the best results. Then there is file handling,compression formats, and lots of other things we like to pretend to understand. The point is there are lots of things happening when you pull the shutter release, and when you compare the final product you should like what you are looking at. The Pentax K5 IIs looks like real life with a bit more punch, and I love it.

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  2. 85 of 93 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    GOODBYE CANON!!!, January 1, 2013
    By 
    Joe

    This review is from: Pentax K-5 IIs 16.3 MP DSLR Body Only (Black) (Electronics)
    I have owned several professional cameras, more recently the Hasselblad H2 with P30 back and the Canon 5DMKII. Hasselblad makes some of the best medium format cameras available. I wish I could say Canon makes some of the best 35mm cameras but hey… the millions they spend each year on marketing and sales promotions doesn’t equal the quality of image their camera’s can produce. I only bought the 5DII with 50mm 1.4 and 24mm TS-E II (allegedly some of Canon’s “BEST GLASS”) because other friends in the business prompted me to buy Canon. “It’s great, you’ll love it”, they told me. They were wrong… DEAD wrong! I hated Canon after owning a medium format camera with a Phase One back. The Canon was lighter sure and much cheaper but I also learned why… it’s designed and built to a much cheaper standard!

    Canon and Nikon (Pre-Nikon 800 / 800E owners that is) don’t think there’s anything wrong with their cameras because quite simply they don’t know any different. Harsh… not really, just the truth! Until you’ve owned the best you don’t know what GOOD/BETTER/BEST is. I’ve heard so many “experts” and “semi-pro’s” go on and on about Canon and Nikon and the proof is simply in the image quality and with Canon (all current models) and Nikon (except for the new 800/800E) quality simply isn’t there.

    Then comes along a new Pentax camera, offering a model with no Anti-Aliasing filter. Funny thing about that, medium format cameras… have no anti-aliasing filter… never have! That’s why MF is so much more crisp and vibrant. It isn’t just the extra sensor size and more megapixels (though believe me that makes a BIG difference). The AA filter accounts for a HUGE part of the final image quality. Nikon realized this and removed it from the 800E model and amazingly now…. Peter Lik is starting to shoot with an 800E… funny how people take notice of no AA filter.

    Pentax hit a home-run with the K-5 IIs. This camera is my ultimate walk-around. Does it replace my MF film equipment for landscapes… no, but then, few cameras truly can (Hasselblads H4D60 maybe, but not many). What the IIs does is make things much harder on Canon and Nikon now because Pentax has mastered the art of squeezing every last ounce of dynamic range, sharpness and overall image quality out of this 16.1MP sensor. Just check out DXO… the lab results don’t lie. This camera blows my old Canon 5DII TO THE WEEDS!!!!

    Just wait until Pentax unleashes the K-3 (said to be a FF 24MP follow-up to the K-5 II/IIs release of this year). The K-3 is supposed to come in 2013 and I believe these two cameras combined will shake up the DSLR world in a way few cameras ever have!

    If you want an AWESOME DSLR, buy the K-5IIs and don’t look back. You’ll be glad you did.

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  3. 55 of 60 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    I finally found love, April 6, 2013
    By 
    Amazon Customer (Albuquerque, NM USA) –

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    This review is from: Pentax K-5 IIs 16.3 MP DSLR Body Only (Black) (Electronics)

    As silly as the title of this review may be, it’s absolutely true.

    I’ve been through quite a few cameras: Nikon D5000, D300s, D600. Canon T2i, 5d II. Panasonic G5, GX1. Olympus EP-2, E-PL2, OM-D. I’ve also owned various lenses for the above-mentioned cameras, many of them very nice. But all of those cameras and lenses are now gone. Selling and buying a new system can be very taxing, both financially and emotionally, and it was the same when I decided to try Pentax. I remember the day I found this camera online; I just wasn’t satisfied with my setup (at the time using both the D600 and OM-D) for whatever reason. It’s hard to explain. I have gone through various states of enjoyment in the usage of many of the mentioned cameras, and the D600 and OM-D are both great in their own right (I really did enjoy my OM-D). Absolutely. But I just didn’t LOVE them.
    So as I’m scouring the internet, searching for who knows what, I finally realize I’ve never given Pentax a chance. So I click on over to the Pentax website and see the K-5 II. Looks simplistic enough, but it’s very small and looks as though it’s got a good feel. Then I see the K-5 IIs, sans AA filter, and immediately go: SOLD. I then look at the lens line, and availability of lenses on Amazon and elsewhere and I’m not super impressed compared to other manufacturers (at least for the newer stuff). But I decide, to heck with it. I’m getting one.
    Best decision about photography gear I’ve made in my life.

    The first, and best, thing about this camera, and the thing I’ll keep repeating is this: it just makes SENSE. From the button layout to the way it feels in your hand to the size to the menus, the camera just makes SENSE. I’ve had so many moments (more with certain manufacturers than others) that just made me go “Why in the heck did they do it that way instead of this other way??”. How many times have I asked that of this camera? Zero. It’s so easy and quick to change the settings I use most it’s almost obscene. The best I can say about it is that it doesn’t even feel like a camera. It feels like a companion, or an extension of myself; one that is working with me, helping me to accomplish my goal, which is simply to make great images and absolutely enjoy doing it. And I was able to have this experience right from jump. I picked it up, put a lens on it, and started shooting, and the camera answered all my questions. I don’t think I looked at the manual one time.

    #2 is that this camera takes fantastic images. The dynamic range is truly astounding, and I’ve taken shots that actually look like HDR shots without doing anything to them in post. I’ve recovered detail from absolutely BLACK portions of a shot, where I was flabbergasted to find that there was actually something there. It’s amazing what you can pull out of these raw files, truly.
    Obviously the images are very detailed as well, which is an effect of the missing AA filter, and a welcome one. In all the shots I’ve taken so far with it (I’ve yet to use it for a wedding, however), which is probably around 4k, I’ve yet to experience a hint of moire anywhere. So if that’s what’s stopping you from getting this camera, don’t let it.
    Don’t believe me? Go on over to dxomark and compare this camera’s sensor to ALL other Canon sensors and see what you get. Trust me, revelations are waiting. Nikon has some of the best sensors in digital right now, and this camera is right there with them.

    #3 is that the AF system really isn’t as bad as everyone makes it. I’d say it’s better than my 5d II was, but not by a lot. I shot a hockey game in low light with a Sigma 50-150 2.8, and this camera did just fine. Is it a speed demon? Nope. But never during that event did I find myself wishing for a faster AF. And it will focus in EXTREMELY low light, which is a bonus if you ask me.

    #4 is the portability factor. The size of this camera is fantastic. Perfect. Just verging on too small, but not jumping the line. I’ve got fairly large hands (large glove size), and I have no trouble with holding or using the camera. You can change pertinent settings with one hand if need be, and the camera is light enough that you can shoot with it all day and not worry about it. Sure, my OM-D trumped it for portability, but certainly not for ergonomics! This camera has the perfect combination of good ergonomics and portability. For me it was nice to get a camera that was somewhere between the D600 and OM-D that I had.

    Negatives? Well, the newer Pentax lenses have lots of SDM problems, and in general aren’t the fastest focusing lenses on the planet. That said, my Sigma lenses are great (the 50-150 focuses quite quickly). And Pentax does have some pretty stellar prime lenses to choose from. Their lenses are generally more contrasty than other manufacturers, which can make shots ‘pop’. So while there are some issues with…

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  4. 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    So far, so good, February 6, 2014
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    This review is from: Pentax WG-3 16MP White Waterproof Shockproof Crushproof Digital Camera (Camera)
    For my purposes, it takes very good pictures. I like how it fits in my hands for aiming the camera. I like the macro feature and the different modes. I’m still becoming familiar with it, but like it very much for taking photos outdoors and inside portraits.

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  5. 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    industry use, February 5, 2014
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    This review is from: Pentax WG-3 16MP White Waterproof Shockproof Crushproof Digital Camera (Camera)
    Being used daily and tossed around by multiple users. No issues. Own three of them for over four months without issues.

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