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I am wondering whether there is a kit for making software improvements to the Pentax K-x camera.

What I'm after is something akin to the CHDK, which is a firmware enhancement for many Canon point-and-shoot models.

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Seems on-topic to me -- this would fall under "using photographic equipment" –  Evan Krall Mar 24 '11 at 3:35
    
good. :] just didn't want to presume (as a new comer) –  Andrew Matthews Mar 24 '11 at 5:53
    
CHDK isn't exactly an SDK, although adding scripting capabilities is one of its cool features. I've edited the post to reflect this -- hope you don't mind! –  mattdm Mar 24 '11 at 20:41
    
not at all - if it increases the chances that someone will know what I'm on about. I would be happy with something that provides programmatic access to the existing firmware. I'm not necessarily seeking to replace the firmware with anything else, I just want to automate some tasks, as is possible with CHDK. –  Andrew Matthews Mar 25 '11 at 4:18
    
What tasks do you want to automate? –  asalamon74 Mar 25 '11 at 7:50
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I've also tried to find a CHDK-like software for Pentax, probably the best Pentax firmware hack project is Pentax Hack.

They were able to decrypt several Pentax firmwares, and modify a few things, like turning on debug mode.

Although the project supports several Pentax DSLRs, unfortunately it does not support K-x.

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+1 That's all that I've ever found too... Mind you, I wouldn't do this on my current active camera. :) –  John Cavan Mar 24 '11 at 15:58
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