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  • Auto focusing (AF) modes: Autoenfoque continuo, Autoenfoque único
  • Calendario
  • Capacidad de vídeo
  • Duración de batería: 1100 shots
  • Edición de imágenes: Giratorio
  • Exposure flash cierre
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Este producto Pentax K-x - Cámara Réflex Digital 12.4 MP (Objetivo 18 - 55mm + 50-200mm)
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Precio No disponible EUR 681,40 EUR 550,00 EUR 403,04
Envío EUR 2,99 Envío GRATIS Envío GRATIS
Vendido por CGoShop Amazon.es Amazon.es
Tipo de L36153-Z7-C3 - Batería AA Lithium, AA NI-MH, Alkaine Pentax D-LI90 D-LI109 EN-EL14a
Color Negro negro Negro Negro
Dispositivos compatibles sd Eye-Fi, SD, SDHC, SDXC SD, SDHC, SDXC
Tecnología de conectividad HDMI HDMI
Zoom digital 0x 4
Tamaño de pantalla 2,7 pulgadas 3 pulgadas 3 pulgadas 3 pulgadas
Tecnología de pantalla LCD LCD TFT TFT
Resolución aún efectiva 12,4 megapíxeles 16,3 megapíxeles 16,28 24,2 megapíxeles
Tipo de memoria flash SDHC SDXC SDXC
Descripción de modos de flash auto, Flash desactivado, manual Reducción de ojos rojos,Sincronización lenta Reducción de ojos rojos, Sincronización lenta Auto, Llenar, Flash desactivado, Flash on, Reducción de ojos rojos
Factor de forma SLR Camera Kit Juego de cámara SLR Juego de cámara SLR
Resolución horizontal 4.928 pixels 1.920 pixels 1.920 pixels
Estabilizador de imagen Yes
Rango ISO Auto,100,1600 100-51200 100, 12800, 25600, Auto
Dimensiones del producto 6,81 x 12,29 x 9,19 centímetros 13,1 x 7,3 x 9,7 centímetros 9,65 x 12,9 x 7 centímetros 7,55 x 12,4 x 9,8 centímetros
Peso del artículo 0,58 kg 0,66 kg 2 gramos 410 gramos
Contenido energético de la batería/pila de litio 1.400 vatios hora 7,8 vatios hora 3 vatios hora
Paquete de la batería/pila de litio Pilas incluidas en el paquete Pilas incluidas en el paquete Pilas incluidas en el paquete
Distancia focal máxima 55 milímetros 55 milímetros 55 milímetros 55
Calidad de impresión 12,4 16 megapíxeles 16,49 megapíxeles 24,2 megapíxeles
Velocidad máxima del obturador 1/6000 segundos 30 - 1/8000 30 segundos 30 segundos
Tipo de medios H.264, MPEG4; JPG, RAW H.264, MOV, MPEG4; JPG, RAW
Distancia focal mínima 18 milímetros 18 milímetros 18 milímetros 18
Año de lanzamiento 2009 2010 2013 2016
Tipo de montaje Pentax
Resolución nativa 12,4 MP 16.93 921000 Pixeles 921000 Pixeles
Resolución 12,4 megapíxeles 16,3 megapíxeles 16 megapíxeles 24,2 megapíxeles
Tamaño del Sensor óptico 23.7 x 15.7 mm 23,7 x 15,7 mm 23,5 x 15,6 mm
Sensor óptico CMOS CMOS CMOS CMOS
Zoom óptico 0x 3x 3x 3x
Memoria externa Tarjeta Secure Digital Tarjeta Secure Digital; Tarjeta Secure Digital Tarjeta Secure Digital; Tarjeta Secure Digital
Características especiales Auto focusing (AF) modes: Autoenfoque continuo, Autoenfoque único; Calendario; Capacidad de vídeo; Duración de batería: 1100 shots; Edición de imágenes: Giratorio; Exposure flash cierre; Flash integrado; Histograma; Micrófono incorporado; Playback; Rango focal de lente: 18 - 55 mm / 50-200 mm; Vari-angle LCD display; Vista viva Autofoco; Disparos en Serie; Flash; Función Vídeo; Prioridad de Apertura; Prioridad del Obturador; Reconocimiento Facial; Sistema de Impresión Directa (PictBridge) Auto enfoque (AF) rayo de luz; Auto focusing (AF) modes: Autoenfoque continuo, Contrast Detection Auto Focus, Detección de rostros, Autoenfoque único, Spot Auto Focus, Seguimiento de enfoque automático; Autodisparador: 2,12 s; Campo de visión: 100%; Cargador de baterias; Compensación de exposición del flash; Conector externo de flash; Duración de batería: 480 disparos; Edición de imágenes: Cosecha, Reescalar, Giratorio; Estructura de lente: 11/8; Flash integrado; Hand strap; Histograma; Light metering: Centrado, Evaluativa (multi-patrón), Mancha; Micrófono incorporado; Reducción de ruido; Registro de voz; Resolución de captura de imagenes fijas: JPEG:\n16M(4928×3264)\n12M(4224×2816)\n8M(3456×2304)\n5M(2688×1792)\n\nRAW:\n16M(4928×3264); Scene modes: Luz de fondo, Luz de una vela, Niños, Acercamiento (macro), Paisaje, Museo, Noche, Retrato nocturno, Pet, Retrato, Nieve, Deportes, Puesta del sol, Surf; Seguro de autoexposición (AE); Tamaño de filtro: 5,2 cm; Tipo de montaje: Bayoneta; Video recording; Vista viva; bluetooth; pantalla táctil Alcance de temperatura operativa: 0 - 40 °C; Auto enfoque (AF) candado; Auto enfoque (AF) rayo de luz; Auto focusing (AF) modes: Autoenfoque continuo, Contrast Detection Auto Focus, Detección de rostros, Multi Point Auto Focus, Servo Auto Focus, Autoenfoque único, Seguimiento de enfoque automático; Autodisparador: 2,5,10,20 s; Calendario; Cargador de baterias; Compensación de exposición del flash; Corrección de dioptría; Disparador automático; Duración de batería: 700 disparos; Edición de imágenes: Reescalar, Recortando; Estructura de lente: 12/9; Función anti-polvo; GPS; Histograma; Light metering: Centrado, Evaluativa (multi-patrón), Matriz, Mancha; Micrófono incorporado; PictBridge; Resolución de captura de imagenes fijas: 4800 x 1080, 1632 x 4800, 9600 x 1080, 1632 x 9600, 6000 x 4000, 4496 x 3000, 2992 x 2000; Scene modes: Niños, Acercamiento (macro), Paisaje, Retrato nocturno, Retrato, Deportes; Seguro de autoexposición (AE); Tamaño de filtro: 5,5 cm; Tipo de montaje: Bayoneta; Trípode montable; Vari-angle LCD display; Video recording; Vista viva; bluetooth; pantalla táctil
Resolución de grabación de vídeo Full HD Full HD Full HD
Tipo de visor Óptico; digital Óptico Óptico

Detalles del producto

  • Dimensiones del producto: 12,3 x 6,8 x 9,2 cm ; 581 g
  • Pilas 4 AA necesaria(s), incluida(s)
  • Número de modelo del producto: K-x 18-55mm & 50-200mm Kit
  • ASIN: B002OEBTCI
  • Producto en Amazon.es desde: 15 de octubre de 2009
  • Valoración media de los clientes: Sé el primero en opinar sobre este producto
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Descripción del producto

Otras características:
Altura: 9,15 cm
Ampliación: 0.85X
Ancho: 12,25 cm
Balance de blancos: auto, Nublado, Luz de día, flash, Fluorescente, manual, Sombra
Bloqueo de exposición a flash: Si
Calendario: Si
Capacidad de vídeo: Si
Color del producto: Negro
Diagonal de la pantalla: 6,86 cm (2.7")
Digital-SLR: Si
Edición de imagen: Giratorio
Estabilizador de imagen: Si
Flash integrado: Si
Histograma: Si
Intervalo focal de lente: 18 - 55 mm / 50-200 mm
Megapixeles: 12,4 MP
Micrófono incorporado: Si
Modo de auto-enfoque (AF): Autoenfoque continuo, Autoenfoque único
Modos de flash: auto, Flash desactivado, manual
Numero de baterías soportadas: 4
Número de guía Flash: 16m
Pantalla: LCD
Pantalla LCD de vari-ángulo: Si
Peso: 515g
Profundidad: 6,75 cm
Reproducción: Imagen única, Presentación de diapositivas
Reproducción con zoom: 16x
Tarjetas de memoria compatibles: sd
Tipo de batería: AA Lithium, AA NI-MH, Alkaine
Tipo de cámara: SLR Camera Kit
Tipo de disparador de la cámara: Electrónico
Tipo de exposición: Prioridad de apertura AE, auto, Prioridad del capturador AE
Tipo de sensor: CMOS
Velocidad de cuadro de JPEG animado: 24 fps
Velocidad de obturador: 30 - 1/6000s
Vida estimada bateria (CIPA standard): 1100 shots
Vista viva: Si

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Amazon.com: 4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas 41 opiniones
17 de 17 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Great DSLR, I couldn't be happier. 10 de enero de 2010
Por James M. Lach - Publicado en Amazon.com
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This my first DSLR. I am very happy with the purchase. It is very easy to use and takes great photos. I will occasionally still get a blurry or under/overexposed photo which I assume is somehow my fault but overall the auto setting just seems to work. I do get alot more pictures of my 3 year old's smiling face because it focuses so much faster than my old camera. I am just starting to use some of the more advanced features but I used some of the filters only a day or two after first trying it. They were very easy to use, actually, the whole camera is very intuitive.

I am not a professional photographer. I imagine there are things the camera can't do but I don't know what. The shake reduction seems to work really well and battery life is really good as long as you don't do a lot of movies or live view. The battery indicator was a bit wacky but I updated the firmware and it is fixed.

In a nutshell, worth every penny.
7 de 7 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Very good camera for the price 15 de abril de 2010
Por Rayaz - Publicado en Amazon.com
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After many years of point of shoot i had slowly started to get interested in the topic. With the arrival of our first child I suddenly realized my standard point and shoot cameras were rather unsuited for taking photos of the small fellow on the move, and also the picture quality was rather grainy under low light. I was very keen on the Canon G11 but the lack of a decent video recording capability was putting me off, plus the rather high price.

I then managed to get my hands on an Olympus E420 DSLR and then found how much faster it was in focusing and shooting, and the fact that even with its smaller than other APS-C DSLR sensors the picture quality was much better, and the need to use the flash was reduced. However the lack of any form of image stabilization bothered me, as i could not get the shutter to anything less than 1/60, and it also had some major low light focusing issues.

However the brief exposure to the DSLR meant i was definitely set on a DSLR and the choice was between the Nikon D5000 (one lens) and the Pentax K-x (2 lens kit) as these were the one's close to my budget. However during that period the D5000 was having a known hardware issue with its on-off, and i decided i will go with the K-x as the reviews stated it was a good match, and the fact that the prices were so much lower even with two lenses was also an advantage. I sadly had to opt fo rthe 50-200mm, as the prices of the 300mm spiked up during the time i purchased making it beyond my budget, but i think that was one big mistake i made!!

The wider kit lens 18-55mm performs very nicely, and the picture quality is quite sharp and clear. However the 50-200mm is a rather pathetic lens, and i see why a lot of reviews recommend people to avoid this and go for the 300mm, which i had done so!!!

The K-x camera per say is super, with loads of features. Initially i experienced the problems with the rechargeable batteries, which was rectified after i upgraded the firmware. The next issue was that built-in image stabilization seemed very poor, so much so that i could not even get blur free photos at shutter times i had been able to with the Olympus E420. Considering that my day use camera was then the Panasonic ZS3 which could do even 1/4 sec handheld this was very disappointing. However the firmware fix also seemed to have an impact, along with the fact that i had also to learn to grip the camera properly, and combined i now can even get blur free photos at 1/8sec using the wide angle lens.

The nicest thing about the camera is its low light ability, where pictures even with ISO1600 comes out pretty well, and for landscape photos you can even go further, and all this with kit lenses. I also managed to get hold of an old Pentax K55 manual 55mm lens over 15+ years old and it works perfectly with the body. The advantage of the in-body image stabilization meaning that it works even for old lenses!!! This lens is much faster (f 2.0) and this means i can now take photos with no flash even under poor light, the only problem being the lack of a wide angle. This also means i definitely will be getting myself a faster lens possibly with a macro capability.

The focusing of the camera is pretty good, but under low light you will have to switch to manual mode as the auto mode tends to struggle a wee bit (compared to a D90 i tried out recently). The lack of the AF points on the viewfinder is a bit of a bummer, though you can get away using center AF in most cases, but it does mean that if you want to take very precise control this is problem (you can use live view mode to do this, but live view as in the case of most new DSLR is rather slow).

The HD video is very good, as the low light capabilities of the camera sensor definitely becoming an asset. The Panasonic ZS3 i have is considered one of the best point and shoot for video, and comparing the video from the K-x is a bit grainy but a lot sharper and detailed. However the audio quality is very poor compared to the ZS3. One thing i would have loved pentax to do better is to use a different codec for the video, as the current codec is very inefficient and you have MASSIVE video files even for short recordings.

I must also not forget that the camera has loads of features for effects, and the HDR capability (which i have not used much to date). While some may not be happy with the AA batteries, the fact that AA batteries can be purchased easily is a boon if you forget your spare batteries or loose them. However the AA batteries definitely add a substantial weight to the camera, though using lithium AA batteries reduces the bulk (however these batteries are costly so i use the trust sanyo enelopes). Would be great if pentax can make the battery door a bit more sturdy, as it tends to jiggle around a bit.

In case you want to check out some photos i have taken using this camera, check our [...] where i have uploaded some of my takes.
6 de 6 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas So happy! 22 de marzo de 2010
Por Angy - Publicado en Amazon.com
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This is my first DSLR so I didn't want to spend a fortune but at the same time I didn't want something that would be a waste of money. I couldn't be happier with this camera. It's smaller than the Nikon and it's comfortable to handle & easy to use.

My only recommendation is to not buy the 2 lens kit that includes the 50-200mm.... but to get the 300mm for a little extra. The 200 isn't enough and I really don't use it like I would if it had a little more zoom capability like a 300.
13 de 13 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas EXCELLLENT Camera 2 de enero de 2010
Por Bob - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I really did my homework on this one. The K-x is my first dSLR and I am very pleased with it. I have taken almost 600 pictures in about every possible condition. I am still on the first set of batteries. It really shows off in low light conditions. The two kit lenses are very good. I have had zero problems. Make sure to download the updated firmware available online.

Major pluses for me include: a) Image stabilization is in the camera body. When I add more lenses, I don't have to buy lenses with built-in stabilization. b) The low-light capability as mentioned earlier. NO other camera in this class performs as well, according to many reviews. [...].

The increase in picture quality over my point and shoot is literally like night and day.
2 de 2 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Took the plunge 4 de enero de 2011
Por Max Power - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I finally took the plunge and bought this dSLR after 7+ years of dedicated Canon "prosumer" point and shoot products: the PowerShot G3 and most recently the PowerShot S5 IS. About 3 years old now, the PowerShot S5 IS is starting to malfunction: the dreaded "lens error" message appears when using the zoom (started about a year ago), and now a stuck pixel appears in pictures. So, I knew it was time to find a replacement.

My original plan was to get another prosumer point and shoot, such as the Canon SX30 IS. But at the ~$400 price point, it was edging pretty close to some entry-level dSLRs. Sure, having that 35x zoom would be nice, but I realized that with the Canon SX30 IS, I'd almost certainly be getting the same sorts of 'drawbacks' I had been experiencing since my first Canon digicam: poor low-light performance, slow focus, and slow charging of the flash. By the way, over the years I've learned that "low-light" really means "indoors," even under conditions that look fairly well-lit to the human eye. That lesson translated into one of the key determinants for making my final decision: almost any camera can take nice photos outside in daylight, it's taking photos indoors that don't look washed out by a flash or so dark you can't see anything that is the real test--that is, if you take lots of photos indoors.

After reading many reviews for entry-level dSLRs on popular digital photography sites, I found the Pentax K-x highly rated. What seemed to be a common theme across these reviews was the claim that this camera had very good low-light sensitivity. Well, I can definitely attest to that! I've been shooting pictures indoors that look, well, like what you see with your own eye, even when using the flash! If you're interested in this camera, I'd recommend reading the many fine reviews out there written by professionals.

Perhaps it's the result of transitioning to a dSLR, but gone are the delays in focusing, and the built-in flash charges very quickly. (Interesting note: both the Canon S5 IS and Pentax K-x use 4 "AA" batteries, yet the Canon takes SO much longer to charge the flash. How many shots I missed because of that!) This camera also has a priority mode that I hadn't seen before, but absolutely love: sensitivity priority "Sv". Basically, you set the ISO sensitivity, and the camera determines the aperture and shutter speed settings. Others might not find this feature as worthwhile as I do, but in all my struggles to get my Canon cameras to take decently exposed photos indoors, I knew the battle was always against the ISO sensitivity, and anything past 400 was an invitation for blurry, speckled shots. With the K-x, I've taken indoor shots at ISO 1600 rivaling those at ISO 200 on my Canon P&S's.

Now to be fair, there are some negatives to mention. First, the AUTO mode on the camera worked so poorly indoors I almost returned the camera. Solution: use any other mode and the camera comes to life! Second, there are no AF points in the viewfinder. For me, that hasn't been much of a problem, because I never had them before (coming from point & shoots), and there are advanced AF settings to work around this if you absolutely need to.


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