Pentax's lastest Q7 interchangeable-lens camera may look unassuming, but this tiny camera has the power to be quite the show-stopper. Although we're previewing this mighty compact camera in a silver and black, Pentax is giving their users the chance to customize their device - both the body color and the grip - meaning it may take a little longer to get to you, but you'll have no problem getting people to smile when you are getting ready to snap a picture. Choices include a range of colors, from pink, to aqua, browns, white, oranges, greys, and greens, allowing this point-and-shoot size camera with a 1/1.7-inch sensor to have 120 color options. Internal specs include a backlight CMOS sensor, an ISO that goes up to 12,800, and an "enhanced" Q ENGINE. Weighing in at 7 ounces and coming with an optional (and equally small) O2 lens for an extra $500, this just may be just the tip of iceberg of the future camera market to come, especially with technology becoming so universal. See more preview shots after the click and begin designing your own at the Pentax site.