The ultra slender PENTAX K-m White digital SLR camera is in high demand the world over, meaning Australia will only receive 40 of these limited edition beauties.

The PENTAX K-m is the world’s smallest DSLR, measuring a mere 122.5 x 91.5 x 67.5 mm, and weighs only 525 grams.

Remarkable pictures are courtesy of its accompanying twin lens kit (comprising of 18-55 and 50-500 lens’s) and in-built 10.2 megapixel resolution, producing pin-sharp, poster-size prints.

The in-body shake reduction technology allows for blur-free photography in unfavourable conditions, whilst the built-in manual assists novice photographers’ progress to the next level, and gives professionals the ability to easily navigate through a variety of settings and modes.

Operating on AA batteries and utilising an intelligent energy management system, the K-m White delivers up to 1,000 shots per set, meaning you can do away with the bulky charger that has so long been the bane of SLR photography.

Price and availability

The Pentax K-m White Limited Edition goes on sale from March 2009, with twin lens kit, from selected camera outlets, with an RRP of $1,599.