The Pentex K-1's innovative LCD design allows it to be fully tiltable vertically, and you can handle it to the left and right.
It's a little more difficult to manipulate quickly than a typical LCD, and it's also a little hard to return to the back of the camera.
But still quite nice and very useful.
Pentax also puts small L-E-Ds in strategic places to make seeing controls in dim light easier.
There's one above the lens mounts so you can see it while swapping and several behind the LCD's so you can see the side controls.
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