Pentax K-50

The Pentax K-50 was announced in June 2013 as a replacement for the popular K-30, which we reviewed in August 2012. It has a similar, weather-sealed, dust-resistant body but improved versions of the 16.3-megapixel APS-C sensor and PRIME M processor, which have been tweaked to reduce noise and minimise aliasing (‘jaggies’). New features include an extension of sensitivity to ISO 512,000 and support for Eye-Fi SD cards to enable users to share images and movie clips wirelessly.