Pentax K-30 Digital Camera Review
- Image Quality
We typically rate cameras in four key performance areas: noise, dynamic range, color accuracy, and resolution. The Pentax K-30 does quite well in dynamic range and noise, but we found it was fairly average in the other two categories. That doesn't make it a bad camera by any stretch, but if you are looking for the sharpest possible combination of camera and lens, the K-30 and 18-135mm WR lens probably isn't it. Overall, the K-30 does well, producing pleasing images with solid low light performance that put it among better options under $1000.