Summary: If you are looking for a camera that you can use for filmmaking. then buy this one! I was in the same rut as you (if you are looking to make movies), and I did my research and this camera is amazing at taking video and the fact that you can change lenses makes it even better!
Summary: As much as I would have loved to have a high-end SLR, I just wasn't looking to spend that much money. I'd rather use the extra money for lenses. The K-x had gotten good reviews and was still twice the megapixels of my present camera. I love how light weight it is!
Summary: levels of details, image quality, noise, features - I love everything about this little gem. Video is good too and my only complaint is that it needed a lithium-ion rechargeable battery to support more battery life when using movie\live mode.
Summary: This camera has been easy to use from day one. It takes excellent pictures. I had some trouble using the flash indoors. The pictures were to bright. Then I started using the Tv selection on the dial with a setting of 1/60. I use this with ISO 200 or 400. Indoor flash pictures are now also excellent.
Summary: So far the Kx has done great. Its ability to take photo in low light situations is great. Using the flash still is somewhat confusing to me, but I am old and it will probably take me a while to learn. I have a 35 yr old slr so there has been a lot of improvements and automation.
Summary: I bought this camera as an upgrade for my K100Dsuper, to use as a second body to supplement my K20D, and for when I needed better high ISO performance than the K20D. It ISO 400-800 the image quality might not be quite as good as the K20, but beyond that, this camera is absolutely amazing.
Summary: Great camera and very good value. Hard to go wrong unless you really want a professional quality camera. The video recording option is a big plus. The only downside is for the new DSLR user, there is a dizzying array of options and things to learn.
Summary: This is only a preview and I will post a revised review in a few days. This is my first SLR camera so I have no frame of referrence other than my visits to camera shops to try a few out. I was torn between the Canon T1I and the PENTAX K-X.
Summary: Okay, my review's not going to rattle off all the specs and info you can find everywhere else on the 'net. Here's my two cents on actual experience with this camera... Low light shots are amazing! No need for flash with this camera...I've compared shots with/without flash..
Summary: I purchased the K-X with the two lens kit with the 18-55 lens and the 55-300 lens. This is a wonderful little camera; the autofocus is fast and accurate, the menus are clear and easy to use, the picture modes let you play with your creativity or you can use it for just point and shoot, and it has...