Small but perfectly formed, Pentax’s Q takes the compact system camera concept to the extremes of smallness — which means a tiny sensor, but you should see what it manages to do with it.

As with Nikon’s 1 System, the lack of any legacy lenses for the Pentax Q is going to be an issue until the range of dedicated lenses is built up to a reasonable level.”

The Q may be tiny, but like the feisty little kid in the school playground, it’s giving nothing away to the bigger D-SLRs or, indeed, the bigger CSCs.”

Pentax’s Q conforms to so much that’s familiar on any D-SLR, switching to using it won’t frazzle the brain...”

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