Summary: The Pentax Q is a really nice camera. Nice to look at, beautiful to use. Ergonomics is not the slightest regret a bulky SLR and think. The only real drawback is related to the design choice to use a sensor of small size, typical of compact cameras. So there is a loss of detail at high sensitivity and is difficult to get one out of focus, unless taking macro. It then turns to those who love the so-called bridge but want to be able to interchange lenses.
Pros: Design, Ergonomics, Flash, which is positioned to avoid red eyes., Ability to save RAW after shooting JPG.
Cons: Autofocus is not fast, Detail lost at high sensitivity, Difficulty of obtaining one focus of the sensors typical of reduced dimensions, The absence of a viewfinder.