About the Pentax X-5

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The Pentax X-5 is a digital "bridge" and superzoom camera from Japanese camera maker Pentax, featuring a 16 megapixel sensor and 26 times zoom for a final 35mm focal length equivalent of 580mm, as well as 1080p video capability. It was announced in August 2012 and became available in September 2012. The previous X-designated camera in Pentax' line-up was the Pentax X90.
The Pentax X-5 furthermore includes a tiltable LCD display, uses standard AA batteries (four at a time for an estimated 330 images per battery charge) and shoots continuous images at up to 10 frames per second.

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