Q time once again, the Pentax Q7 has a new review published at Steve’s Digicams. The Q7 has a slightly larger sensor compared to the previous two models, it went from 1/2.x” (Q, Q10) to 1/1.x”.
Will the Q sensor size keep growing every two new camera releases?
Q-action now with a new review of the Pentax Q7 with its 1/2.x” sensor at The Photography Blog.
A new review is out for the Pentax Q7 at the Pentaxforums website, which, as the name suggests, specializes in Pentax (and now Ricoh) camera gear.
PS: did you know that if you remove a Pen from the PentaxForums you turn them into Tax Forums?
Lots of cameras with 7s in their model names. Here comes another 7 camera, it is a new review of the relatively new Pentax Q7 at Trusted Reviews. The new Q7 uses a 1/1.x” sensor while the previous two Q models (Q, Q10) used 1/2.x” sensors.
By 2020, the latest Q will use a medium format sensor! (in case it’s not obvious, this is an attempt to sensor-size humor!)
Q for Quriosity! A new review is out for the new Q-curiosity that is the Pentax Q7 1/1.x” mirrorless camera. The new review is waiting for your eyes at Digital Camera Review.
Q-time! The Pentax Q system not only survived the Ricoh merger/acquisition, but it also grew a little bit sensor-wise and got a new camera, the Q7 which has received an early (by dpreview standards) dpreview review. The review is discussed in the dpreview comments.
Against all odds (insert inspirational music here), the Pentax Q system survived the Pentax-Ricoh merger and even grew a little bit sensor-wise. The new Pentax Q7 with its 1/1.x” sensor has been reviewed now at ePhotozine. While having a mount with different sensor sizes may feel odd at this sensor size, it is not that different from DSLRs having APS-C and 35mm full frame sensors.
As of the time of writing, the silver Q7 with the 5-15mm standard zoom lens is in-stock at Adorama. There are many Q7 color combinations, we can’t check them all
The Pentax Q10 is now facing the judge, jury and lab executioners at Dxomark! Here are their test results and their measurements discussion and their comparisons and conclusions.
Don’t you forget about me sings the Pentax Q10! Not forgotten is the camera at Tech Radar with a new review.
The Pentax Q experiment continues with the second camera in the line, the Q10 (no, it is not a nutritional supplement, do not eat it!). The Q10 has now received a new review at ePhotozine.
The second model in the new Pentax Q mirrorless system is the Pentax Q10 and the camera has now been reviewed by Photography Blog.
As of the time of writing, the Q10 with the 5-15mm zoom lens goes for around $555 at Adorama and B&H Photo.
Q time now, no, not Star Trek Q, but Pentax Q, with a review of the camera at Imaging Resource Enterprise.
Q time now, although not Star Trek Q. The Pentax Q is getting evaluated at Register Hardware.
The reviews are starting to pick up again now that the CES-PMA madness is winding down, we have a new review of the Pentax Q camera (which is also the name of the system) at Steve’s Digicams.
The reviews are coming back in-session, we have a new review of the Pentax Q at Digital Camera Review.
Is this the Q asks CNet UK and answers the Question about the Pentax Q with a review.
Bob Atkins tries to answer the Q-Question in his brand new review of the Pentax Q. Interestingly Pentax gave this camera a one-letter name, something rather unusual. Even Apple has longer product names
The Pentax Q has a 1/2.3″ sensor, so keep that in mind when you check the DXoMark evaluation of the RAW sensor of the Q. They also discuss their findings and point out some perhaps surprising findings when comparing the Q to the 1/1.x” compacts-with-RAW. Oh my?
Q time again and no, we are not talking Star Trek! It is the Pentax Q which would definitely benefit if Star Trek fans embrace it With that as an unnecessary preface, here is a review of the Pentax Q at Photo Review.
More Pentax Q action, this time we have a photographer-priority look at the camera at Wouter 28mm!