Pentax K20D Reviewed
Photography Blog has the rundown on the Pentax K20D
And this what they have to say about the camera:
At first glance the Pentax K20D simply looks like an incremental upgrade of the K10D, with relatively few additions on offer apart from the headline-grabbing 14 megapixel resolution. Whilst the increased image size is certainly worthy of attention, Pentax have made a substantial number of improvements underneath the surface that add up to make the K20D a really compelling DSLR camera.
The new 14.6 megapixel Samsung CMOS sensor manages the tricky feat of offering comparable image quality to the 10 megapixel sensor in the K10D, whilst obviously increasing the image size and allowing you to create bigger prints from the native file. The quality between the two camerasis very similar when comparing the ISO speeds - both produce noise-free images from ISO 100-800 and both start to suffer at 1600, and on the new K20D, the highest settings of 3200 and 6400. Whist the three fastest speeds are certainly useable, they don’t compare that well with the Canon EOS 40D and Nikon D300, which are better bets for low-light photography. If you don’t require fantastic image quality at high ISO speeds, then the K20D certainly holds its own against the competition, whilst again offering that extra resolution.
The review also talked about a very crummy LiveView feature on the camera, but overall said that it was a good purchase.