So you’re ready to begin a journey into the world of professional photographing, then the recently unveiled entry-level dSLR of Pentax deserves a headline on your research list. If claimed, the versatile K-x even strikes as a lifestyle accessory in its limited-edition red, white or navy blue guise, otherwise it still is crammed with a myriad capabilities. Starting with the 12.4-megapixel CMOS image sensor with the sensor-shift Shake Reduction image stabilization feature and a responsive 11 point wide angle SAFOX VIII auto-focus system. The Pentax K-x is capable of shooting with 200 to 6.400 ISO sensitivity, which is digitally expandable to a 100 to 12.800 spectrum, and besides the 4.7 frames per second continuous shooting, it provides a widescreen 720p HD video capture mode at 24fps and a multitude of processing and filter modes. Further notably is the large 2.7-inch live view screen and the capacity of saving 1.100 shots in one battery lifetime cycle, thus there’s no demand left unfulfilled for a long-lasting start.