The black Q7 Compact Mirrorless Camera Body from Pentax features an upgraded 12.4MP 1/1.7" Backlit CMOS sensor. It produces low-noise images even at high ISO sensitivities (up to 12800) in both JPEG and 12-bit RAW formats. It is directly compatible with Pentax Q-mount lenses and also compatible with the Pentax K-mount lenses using an adapter.
With fast autofocus, shutter speeds up to 1/2000s and continuous shooting rates of 5 fps at full resolution, the Q7 can capture quick action; and its numerous scene modes, assistive and creative features and in-camera shift-sensor shake reduction allow you to easily capture the tough shots. Full manual exposure as well as Aperture and Shutter Priority modes enable true image control and a built-in pop-up flash provides extra light when the need calls. A hot shoe mount for an external flash or optional viewfinder is also available.
Full HD 1080p video capture at 24 and 30 fps is supported, and a built-in micro HDMI port enables you to view your movies on an HDTV. Movie mode also features a digital filter to add effects to your images and offers interval shooting for time lapse videos. A 3.0" LCD monitor with 460k-dot resolution provides image composition and playback. Images are stored on SD/SDHC/SDXC memory cards and the camera is compatible with Eye-Fi memory cards for easy transfer to Wi-Fi enabled devices.
12.4MP 1/1.7" Backlit CMOS Sensor
Compact and Lightweight
Full HD 1080p Video
3.0" LCD with 460k-dot Resolution
Auto and Manual Exposure Modes
Flash and Hot Shoe Mount
In-Camera RAW Development
Smart Effects and Digital Filters
Micro HDMI Port
Image Playback and Edit
Digital Filters can be added to images after they have been taken and include: Base Parameter Adjustment, Toy Camera, High Contrast, Shading, Tone Expansion, Invert Color, Extract Color, Unicolor Bold, Water Color, Posterization, Slim, Fish-eye, Retro, Soft, Sketch Filter, Miniature, Soft and Starburst.
Images can be edited in camera, adjustments include: Resize, Cropping (aspect ratio adjustment available), Index, Movie Editing (divide or delete selected frames), capturing a JPEG still picture from a movie, Red-eye Edit, and saving as a RAW file.