Pentax eBook Sale: Save 25%
Ultimate guidebooks available for all Pentax DSLRs
By PF Staff in Deals and Savings on Nov 27, 2023
One day only, all Pentax eBooks are on sale, including the new Pentax K-3 III eBook! This is our largest sale to date, but it will only be available through the end of December 1st November 27th "anywhere on earth".
Whether you're a new user or a seasoned shooter, the eBooks will help you master your camera and push its capabilities to the limit!
Apply the coupon code at the bottom of the page linked above (before proceeding to checkout) to instantly save 25% and get the new Pentax K-3 III eBook for $10 off, or get the Pentax K-1 / K-1 II, KP, K-3 / K-3 II, K-5 / K-5 II, K-70, K-S2, K-50, or Legacy (K-7, K-x, K20D, and K100D) eBooks for $5 off. After you complete checkout via PayPal or credit card, you'll instantly receive a download link via PM on the forum. Please contact us for alternate payment methods.
There are no limits to how many times you can use the coupon codes. This sale is only good for purchases made through the forum as well as the Amazon Kindle version of the K-3 III eBook.
All downloads are in the PDF format. Grab a sample below:
- Pentax K-3 Mark III
- Pentax K-1 / K-1 II
- Pentax KP
- Pentax K-3 / K-3 II
- Pentax K-5 / K-5 II / K-5 IIs
- Pentax K-70
- Pentax K-50
- Pentax K-S2
The Pentax KP eBook and earlier are authored by the late Yvon Bourque, a Pentax enthusiast who was shooting with Pentax since the early film era. Newer books, including the Pentax K-3 III eBook, are written from scratch and maintained by Pentax Forums reviewers. Proceeds from eBook sales will be used to develop new eBooks and add free content to existing eBooks.
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