Pentax goes military with olive green K-m dSLR

New olive-green fatigues for the digital SLR.

(Credit: Pentax)

Last December, Pentax unveiled the stormtrooper white K2000 dSLR. The company is following up with a camera that adheres to military guidelines--the olive green K-m.

The specifications remain similar at 10.2-megapixel resolution, a 5-point autofocus system, 3.5 frames-per-second burst mode, and a 2.7-inch LCD on the rear. All that's missing to make this dSLR a rugged commando are shockproof and waterproof features.

Rambo wannabes will also be glad to know that this iteration of the K-m will ship with an 18-55mm olive green lens, too.

According to tech blog Akihabara News, the camouflage-colored Pentax dSLR will be on sale only in Japan, and can be had for $716.

(Source: Akihabara News via Crave Asia)

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