Pentax has unveiled a prototype/design model 50th anniversary edition retro-styled K10D called the AP50:
Low-light, low-weight, low-cost, low-profile.
Mortality is for suckers, Edward thought.
That was before he was shot, gutted and his bones put up to bleach in the sun. He still thought it was a bit wimpy, though.
I got it back not five minutes ago. New main circuit board, built-in flash repair (although it wasn't broken I guess mine was part of that first batch with potentially bad flashes so they fixed it pre-emptively) and cleaned CCD. All free of charge. It seems Pentax' International Warranty really works.
Thank you, Pentax! :-)
Just because Mick had a pointy head, it didn't give the other stones the right to look at him like he was a freak of nature.
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Dead. Gone to the great beyond. Displaying naught but an "empty battery" icon on the top LCD. Deceased. This camera is no more. It's pushing up the daisies. It has kicked the great bucket in the sky. It has gone to meet it's maker after a mere ~5500 shots.
I am willing to bet real money that as soon as I send it away to be repaired, my back-ordered FA 50 will arrive promptly. Any takers? No? Didn't think so. This is the way of the Murphy.