Why do you need another crippled Pentax APS-C flagship?

Started Nov 14, 2017 | Discussions thread
AwesomeIan Senior Member • Posts: 1,912
Re: Why do you need another crippled Pentax APS-C flagship?

The Squirrel Mafia wrote:

AwesomeIan wrote:

Nikon bodies can get AF lock in near darkness and MUCH faster than Pentax but you would need a newer body like the D500, D850 or D5.

And all those cameras are "pro" level bodies & cost way more than the K-3/3II. Pentax has nothing comparable in that range.

The D7200 would be the only direct competitor here.

To be fair I don't know if is only the newer Nikon bodies. The D7200  may lock AF in low light. Never used one so I don't know. My brother claims his D750 can get a AF lock is low light. So it may not only be the high end bodies.

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