With this performance the K-x easily beats most other APS-C cameras when shooting JPEGs, including much more expensive models. If you need better low light performance than this, going full-frame is pretty much your only option.
Last edited by woefulwabbit; 28th February 2010 at 04:00 AM.
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Last edited by Cartman2000; 28th February 2010 at 08:51 PM.
Although 7D is still an APS-C camera it is in a completely different price range. ($2.3k+)
1D4 is a APS-H camera, in an even higher price range.($6k++)
For the entry level price range you are looking at the k-x has arguably the best sensor, especially considering its price ($700+)
Pentax lenses are also cheaper than C or N lenses. You don't need to pay for in lens autofocus or optical stabilisation as the k-x camera body can provide these to the lens
The range of lenses is somewhat less but seriously this doesn't really affect the amateur.
Last edited by CorneliusK; 28th February 2010 at 09:01 PM.
oki oki all points are noted
thanks for all the advise
hope this will also help the others too
Just read reviews on the internet. There are other great forums or reviews there. A great review page wold be the imaging resource "comparometer". You can check out both camera colours there. http://www.imaging-resource.com/IMCOMP/COMPS01.HTM and the DXO mark. You can check the image sensor, noise etc.there.http://www.dxomark.com/index.php/eng...ality-Database Bought my 500D with great review reading taken into consideration. Hope this helps.