Friday, 5 July 2013

Pentax Q7 Camera with large sensor



Pentax complements its camera series for another model. The Q7 has the biggest sensor in the Q series with twelve megapixel resolution. Pentax has equipped the Q7 with the biggest sensor in the Q series. The CMOS sensor 1/1 0.7-inch size can be measured in terms of size of models like the Canon PowerShot G15 or the Nikon Coolpix P7700. It provides the manufacturer for more accurate color reproduction and higher fine detail, even the autofocus to work with it even better in low light conditions. The ISO 12800 provides the Q7 with a much higher sensitivity than its predecessor, the Q10. The Pentax Q7 resolves your photos with twelve megapixels. It records videos in Full HD (1920x1080 pixels) at 24, 25 or 30 frames per second. For the processing of the images and videos Q7 offers various filters and "smart" effects, your results you can then click and view your picture on the three inch (about 7.6 centimeters) wide screen marvel. The camera provides ultrasonic vibrations for a quick dust liberated sensor which in turn helps against blurred images an optical image stabilizer. The Pentax Q-series referred to as "the family of the smallest and lightest system camera in the world". With dimensions of 59x102x33, 5 mm, the Q7 is the same size as the previous model Q10 and weighs around 200 grams and as much. For the Q7 offers various Pentax lenses - from ultra-wide angle (fish-eye) to telephoto zoom. By default, the Q7 is available in black, silver and yellow colours. If you prefer other colors, can be get it from the total of 120 color combinations and lens 20 colors his own version from the manufacturers According to Pentax, the Q7 is going to release in September 2013. A price has not yet fixed by the company, in the U.S., however, the Q7 will cost around U.S. $ 500.

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