Today Pentax unveiled their latest mid-range DSLR: the Pentax KP.

One of the main features of this new camera is that it features a completely new body that has been designed to create a much slimmer profile than the existing Pentax DSLR cameras.

But that’s not all that the camera has to offer, the KP also features an APS-C size sensor that comes with a 24-megapixel resolution, a maximum sensitivity of ISO 819,200, along with no anti-aliasing filter.

This should mean better shooting in low-light with high levels of brightness.

It comes with the SRII image stabilisation system, with a 27-point autofocus system that has 25 cross-type points.

The camera also features a tilt-angle LCD screen with a near-100-percent field-of-view optical viewfinder and 1080p video shooting.

The Pentax KP will be available from the end of February in either black or silver for £1,100 for the body only.

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