Pentax K20D Review
Pentax K20D Design
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Front View. Most of the Pentax K20D controls are the same as the Pentax K10D.
The only difference here is the K20D badge and color of the shutter button (the K10D's was silver).
Left View. The left of the K20D reveals the new PC-Sync connector, for triggering studio strobes, etc.
Right View. The SD card door and is located on the right side.
Top View. All of the functions and controls are the same on the top deck.
Back View. The layout of the back is almost identical to the K10D, except for the larger LCD (2.7", up from 2.5"), and the labeling of the Shake Reduction switch.
Bottom View. No changes here, just a battery door, battery grip terminal cover and tripod mounting socket.
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