Pentax K-x Scores Kindergarten-Friendly Makeover By Mark Wilson on October 17, 2009

It just looks like a toy. This real, fully-functional dSLR is a limited edition Pentax K-x in the colour scheme of Japan’s Kore Ja Nai robot (the little guy in the shot).

Only 100 “Robotic Colors” K-xes will be released in Japan this November when they’ll be sold exclusively through Pentax’s online store at $US880 a pop. Rarely do I consider a dSLR without mulling over lens compatibility and high ISO noise, but apparently I’ve always wanted a preschooler-friendly dSLR modelled after an obscure Japanese robot toy. [Pentax via CrunchGear]


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