Pentax Adds More Color to the K-x in America

by on April 24, 2010

in Pentax

Pentax K-x in Color

The Pentax K-x has become a hit entry-level camera, and has been available in black, white, red and navy blue since its US release.  However, it’s also been available in a ton of colors in Japan.  Now, it seems US shooters will get a few more color options for the Pentax K-x – 4, to be exact – bright blue, orange, green and purple.

I’m generally not a fan of a DSLR in any other color but black; however, that orange camera is drawing me in.  Go Vols!

What about you?  Which color? And why?

In any color, the K-x will continue to retail at $649.95 as a kit with an 18-55mm lens.  The new color options aren’t available on B&H Photo, Amazon or Adorama at the time of this post; however, you can get a pre-order at Pentax USA’s website if you can handle the wait.




1 S. Wolf April 25, 2010 at 5:36 pm

Not really interested since I far prefer a ‘real’ camera to those digital things anyway. Time and again I find myself in situations where my fiancee’s digital toy packs up and quits but my 30+-year-old 35mm SLRs just keep going.

2 bange April 26, 2010 at 3:30 pm

i will buy one of each …. perfect….

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