The Pentax K20D DSLR will set you back about $700, which isn't too bad for a DLSR. But the Titanum version? Oh, that one's $1,200. It's got titanium on it, people!
A nice little $100 rebate and a two-year warranty boost are being applied this month to the Pentax K2000 entry-level DSLR and the K20D, respectively. This Dealzmodo expires February 22.
Pentax's long-rumored $1299 K20D is a shot square at Canon's 40D and the Nikon D300. Besides price, it bests both in pure megapixel count—14.6 effective, with a new CMOS sensor developed w/ Samsung—and rocks the same top 3200 ISO (6400 expanded) as the D300. (Is it as impressively noiseless though?) Expanded Dynamic…