Pentax K20D Digital SLR Camera Boxed
Pentax K20D Digital SLR Camera Boxed
Pentax K20D Digital SLR Camera Boxed
Pentax K20D Digital SLR Camera Boxed
Pentax K20D Digital SLR Camera Boxed
Pentax K20D Digital SLR Camera Boxed
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Pentax K20D Digital SLR Camera Boxed

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The K20D is the successor to the well-reviewed Pentax K10D prosumerDSLR. The K20D was released alongside the Pentax K200D, a substantial upgrade of the entry-level Pentax K100D. Relative to its predecessor, the K20D offers:

  • a CMOS image sensor with:
    • higher resolution (14.6 megapixels vs. 10.2 megapixels for the K10D)
    • higher sensitivity, up to ISO 6400 equivalent (vs. ISO 1600 for the K10D)
  • a slightly larger, higher-resolution, main LCD screen with live viewand which can be color-calibrated via custom settings
  • a more versatile continuous shooting mode, offering a choice between 3 frames/s at full resolution and 21 frames/s at 1.6 megapixel resolution.
  • the option to take a series of bracketed shots with one shutter press.
  • an improved autofocus and shake reduction system
  • a new Dust Alert feature, which scans the sensor for dust particles and highlights their locations for ease of removal
  • dynamic range enhancement by 1 EV
  • ability to adjust the AF offset to solve front/back focus problems for up to 20 individual lenses
  • an X-sync socket for studio flash control
  • a new higher-quality (and less-compressed) “★★★★” setting for JPEG images
  • selectable levels of in-camera noise reduction
  • a separate option for levels of edge sharpening in JPEG images, addressing a frequent complaint in reviews of the K10D
  • Portrait, Landscape, Vibrant, and Monochrome image tone settings in addition to Bright and Natural
  • optional automatic fine adjustment of white balance even when the type of light source is manually selected
  • Customizable filename prefixes, allowing one to easily distinguish between files from multiple K20Ds
  • In-camera hot-pixel mapping
  • A trap-focus feature which works with some autofocus lenses (the pentax DA and FA lenses that have an MF/AF switch on the lens - see p. 112 of the K20D manual).
  • Interval shooting option allows up to 99 images to be captured at chosen intervals and at a chosen start time.