Pentax Q7


We’ve seen our fair share of tiny-sized cameras, but the smallest interchangeable lens camera of them all is now the Pentax Q7. As the follow-up to last year’s Q10, the Pentax Q7 has a 12-megapixel CMOS sensor that’s as large as some high-end point and shoot cameras, a pop-out flash and a number of dials for manual camera junkies. There’s also built-in software for quick editing. Obviously, the Q7 won’t replace your DSLR or spiffy Micro Four Thirds camera, but it’s easily the most customizable of them all — seven lens colors to pick from and 120 body color options from Pentax’s Color to Order service. Being fashionable comes at a cost, though, as the Q7 costs quite the pretty penny.

Price: $500
Source: Pentax