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WHO HAS THE SMALLEST, LIGHTEST, DIGITAL SLRS? PENTAX:
With its *ist D certainly the compact, lightweight winner of all digital SLRs, Pentax vows to move in two directions: even smaller, lighter, less expensive digital SLRs (Pentax: "there's no reason why we can't make a digital SLR as light and small as a 35mm SLR"), and a more comprehensive SLR with image stabilizer in camera body or lenses. Two series of lenses are visualized: one for the APS digital sensor cameras and one for 35mm cameras, the lenses to be introduced in parallel, perhaps five a year.
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