This upside down PDF document contains Q&A on the freshly released Pentax Q camera. Some of the answers indicate that there may not be a second mirrorless camera from Pentax this summer. I did express this concern in previous posts - the Pentax NC-1 and Pentax Q were probably different names for the same camera. Here is the Q&A recap from Ricehigh:
A1: "Q" stands for Queen and Quality;
A11: Body is made in Philippines, "High Performance" lenses are in Vietnam whereas the "Toy" lenses are made in Thailand.
A17: The flange focal length is 9.2mm.
A20: A brand new image processing engine is used. It is NOT a PRIME!
A21: The Q has no AA filter.
A26: There is no PEF (compressed Pentax RAW) file format supported.
A29: Whether AF is available/works under video recording mode is uncertain.
A31: The number of segments for multi-segment metering mode exposure calculation is unknown.
A34: There is only 1EV exposure compensation allowed.
A43: Number of lens aperture blades for the "high performance" lenses is 5.
A49: The size of image circle of the Q lenses cannot be told.
A52: New Q lenses are engineered by Pentax solely.
A55: There is no plan to release a K-mount mirrorless. Concentration and efforts of development will only be put into the existing three lineups, i.e., K-mount APS-C DSLRs, the 645D and the Q system.
A56: There is no plan for Full Frame camera in the foreseeable future.