On occasion I buy cameras that I think I can sell for a profit. My last purchase was a Pentax K-01 mirrorless. The idea of this camera was to provide a mirrorless camera with an APS-C sensor and the ability to use the manufacturer's full line of DSLR lenses. It arrived with an 18-55 Pentax K mount kit lens. The camera is heavier than the typical mirrorless and certainly fatter to provide for the ability to mount Pentax K lenses. But it is really a super camera with outstanding image quality. But it died and has been replaced with the Pentax Q cameras with a smaller sensor and without the K mount. The kit lens is well made and optically excellent. I wish Nikon made kit lenses this good. I wonder why people didn't take to it. Was it ignorance of the value of the larger sensor and DSLR lens mount? Was it just a little larger than other mirrorless cameras? Did people not like the cosmetics? I'm baffled. This great little camera should have been a success.