Review by sinoyank
October, 01 2007
Pros: The smallest and lightest DSLR built, unobtrusive and easy to carry all day long.
Cons: Slower auto-focusing but adequate. Many built-in features that requires actively learning to use.
Review by sharmann
December, 27 2006
Pros: intuitive, great quality results
Cons: it's still an SLR, which means it is somewhat complex
Review by jdmaddy
August, 23 2005
Pros: I have found the camera very easy to use. Light weight.
Cons: Long process times when taking dark sky photos.
Review by dkozin
July, 26 2004
Pros: Solidly built, SLR, easy manual zooming/focusing, TIFF/RAW, picture quality
Cons: No 640x480 resolution, no ISO100 setting, slow image writing, solid disc for menu control
Review by gawrys
June, 03 2004
Pros: Beautiful colors, sharp images, accurate exposures, pretty pixels, feels good in your hand.
Cons: It is harder to remove the Flash Card than it should be.
Review by fimasara
May, 04 2004
Pros: Great image quality and possibility of using various Pentax lenses.
Cons: No complaints so far expect limited choice of NEW Pentax lenses for this camera.
Review by george73
January, 29 2004
Pros: All the features more than I needed.
Cons: Media card difficult to extract from camera.
Review by forethought
December, 12 2003
Pros: Great viewfinder, flexible auto options, legacy Pentax compatibility, good ergonomics (for small hands)
Cons: Inflexible RAW processing, a few functions hidden in the menu, bad ergonomics (for larger hands)
Review by ricehigh
October, 23 2003
Pros: Compact, Lightweight, Excellent Viewfinder, Very User Friendly, Top Notch Image Quality, Free Software Bundled.
Cons: No major drawbacks but simply some minor aspects aren't ideal - see review text.
Review by traphic
September, 21 2003
Pros: great features, uses Comp[act Flash memory, uses Pentax lenses
Cons: costs way more than Canon's very similar EOS Rebel digital camera.