Pentax K-5 II gallery: On the road in Hong Kong


posted Friday, April 5, 2013 at 2:55 PM EDT

Have you been eagerly awaiting our review of the enthusiast-friendly Pentax K-5 II digital SLR? If so, we've got a teaser that should tide you over for a little while. News Editor and resident Pentaxian Mike Tomkins recently visited his one-time home in Hong Kong, and he took the K-5 II along  for the trip.

The result is a raft of 34 gallery photos showing off the K-5 II's capabilities in a wide range of conditions, and across the entirity of its standard ISO sensitivity range. There's still more to come, as Mike will also be comparing the K-5 II with the antialiasing-filterless K-5 IIs, and perhaps a couple of his earlier Pentax DSLRs as well, but in the meantime, head on over to our Pentax K-5 II gallery. (And watch this space for our Pentax K-5 II and K-5 IIs reviews in the not-too-distant future.)

This roving knife sharpener in Mong Kok uses a traditional, pedal-powered grinding wheel to hone the perfect edge.