It's been a year in the making, but Pentax has released a successor to the K-x DSLR, and while the upgrades aren't astonishing, there's a higher ISO count (up to 25,600) and larger LCD, at 3-inches.
It just looks like a toy. This real, fully-functional dSLR is a limited edition Pentax K-x in the color scheme of Japan's Kore Ja Nai robot (the little guy in the shot).
Pentax's entry-level game just got interesting with the K-x: At $650, the followup to the K2000 is the cheapest DSLR that'll shoot 720p video. And it comes with blood red, shiny blue and cookies 'n' cream white.
Photorumors has a few pictures and a complete list of specs for Pentax's K-X DSLR, which they claim is going to set to launch tomorrow. Looks like it'll pack a 12.4MP CMOS sensor, 720p video and 2.7-inch LCD.