The Pentax K-70 is the new mid to entry-level Digital SLR from Pentax and features a 24-megapixel sensor, a vari-angle screen, plus built-in Wi-Fi making it a versatile all-around camera. As with almost all Pentax Digital SLRs, the K-70 features weather-sealing and some advanced features including a shake reduction sensor. Let’s see how it performs in our full review.
The 24 megapixel Pentax K-70 is an update (and replacement) for the 16-megapixel Pentax K-50, however, it is also the next step up from the 20-megapixel Pentax K-S2, featuring an almost identical design, including a vari-angle screen on the rear, top mode dial, and built-in Wi-Fi. The Pentax K-70 also benefits from a number of features found on the K-3 Mark II, including “Pixel Shift Resolution” which gives more detailed images.
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