Pentax K-5 IIs
Bearing all that the K-5 II does, minus an optical low-pass filter, the K-5 IIS is a specialized camera made for those who want a little more detail and know how to handle the resulting artifacts. Its weatherproof design and small, tight build make it ideal for landscape photographers, as well as anyone who spends a lot of time outdoors.
Enthusiast and landscape photographers, those interested in trying photography without a low-pass filter.
General-purpose photographers who are likely to encounter moiré-inducing subjects like fabric, buildings, and other man-made objects.
Pentax K-5 review
By: Mike Lowe, What Digital Camera (Jan 24, 2011)
At first glance the K-5 may seem a lot like the K-7. While, in some respects, this is true, it's actually a camera that delivers quite a lot more. Image quality is stunning through a large portion of the ISO range and some of the unique features such as Auto Level Compensation really do add extra value. The fully weather sealed body and WR lenses make for robust use and the 7fps bust mode is...
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