Hands-on review of the Pentax K-3 Mark III Monochrome DSLR camera

Explora published a review of the Pentax K-3 Mark III Monochrome DSLR camera:

“I think it’s a camera that can be fun if you gauge your expectations properly. As with other monochrome-only cameras, there will always be those who don’t get it, and that attitude can even extend to this camera being a DSLR versus a mirrorless. But these are things that one accepts when working with a Pentax and they’re the reasons why you would be attracted to this camera in the first place. I also keep returning to the idea of “fun” with this camera, and this isn’t meant as the opposite of seriousness but rather as a mindset to be in when working with a camera that’s been deliberately designed for use in a specific way: dedicated to black-and-white photography.”

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