Pentax just announced a few cameras, but we'll start with the big boy.
The K10D, has a generous 10.2 Megapixel sensor, 2.5-inch LCD, and vibrating CCD dust removal system. If that sounds like a familiar set of stats to you, well, you're being reminded of Canon's brilliant, affordable, Digital Rebel XTi that comes out later this month. The K10D has a few other things that put it ahead of the Canon, though. Most notably, its image stabilization system that shifts the CCD in X, Y, and rotational directions, neutralizing your voyeuristic jitters, even without dedicated lenses. And...
It also has 72-seals that guard against dust/moisture, and an 11-point autofocus system, to Canon's 9. Neither has the stury magnesium body typical of pro DSLRs. Both have ISO light sensitivity ratings of 1600.
The Pentax has a price advantage of $100 (Body costs $799, vs Canon's $899.) Out in Mid October. Which is better? I don't know, yet. But one thing is clear: Both should be good enough for me to take porno shots of shiny gadgets for you guys. Pervs.