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120 color combinations

The colors and compact size seem to be the main selling point for the Q7.

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The same, but different

It has the exact same body design as the Q10.

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Tiny buttons

Despite their size, the button design and layout works pretty well.

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Where's Pentax?

Interestingly, the only change to the design is dropping the "Pentax" before the model name.

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Body cap lens

Though Pentax calls its 07 11.5mm f9 (53mm-equivalent) lens the "Mount Shield Lens", it's the same concept as Olympus' body cap lens.

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ISO 400 JPEG

The ISO 400 shots look about the same as those from compact cameras using 1/1.7-inch BSI sensors.

(Note: shot using preproduction camera firmware.)

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ISO 800 JPEG

At ISO 800 you start to see a lot of noise-suppression artifacts.

(Note: shot using preproduction camera firmware.)

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