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Pentax Q-S1

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Pentax Q-S1
Sensor typeBSI-CMOS, stabilized
Sensor size7.44 x 5.58mm (1/1.7 inch type)
Maximum resolution4000 x 3000 (12 megapixels)
Film speed100-12800
Recording mediumSD, SDHC or SDXC memory card
Shutter speeds1/2000s to 30s leaf, 1/8000s to 2s electronic
Continuous shooting5 frames per second
Image processing
Image processorQ Engine
White balanceYes
LCD screen3 inches with 460,000 dots
Dimensions105 x 58 x 34mm (4.13 x 2.28 x 1.34 inches)
Weight203g including battery

The Pentax Q-S1 is a compact digital mirrorless interchangeable lens camera announced by Ricoh under the Pentax brand on August 4, 2014. It replaces the Pentax Q7, and is part of Pentax' Q system, the most compact digital interchangeable lens camera system as of September 2014, with crop factors ranging from 4.6 (Q7, Q-S1[1]) to 5.6 (Q, Q10).

The Q-S1 has in-body image stabilization as well as a built in flash. It is available in a variety of color combinations. In video mode it can auto focus while shooting with the 01, 02 and 08 lenses.

Discontinued as of January, 2020.[2]

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  1. ^ "Pentax Q-S1 Sensor Info & Specs".
  2. ^ "Products | RICOH IMAGING".