Pentax Commits to its Oddball Q System by Adding the Q10, 06 Telephoto Zoom Lens and K-mount Adapter

The Pentax Q system is somewhat of an oddball among all mirrorless systems. While sticking to the traditional mirrorless dogma of featuring interchangeable lenses paired with a live-view LCD screen, where the Q-system goes slightly gonzo is when it comes to sensor size. While most conventional mirrorless systems feature imaging sensors that are particularly larger than those of point-and-shoots, the Q system comes with a tiny 1/2.3″ sensor as can be found in your average compact camera. And although the original Pentax Q was no hotseller outside of Japan, Pentax seem to be committed to the system and now expanded it with the introduction of the new Q10 camera body, the 06 Telephoto Zoom Lens and a K-mount adapter.

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