Ricoh has just announced the new Pentax K-3 II, to replace the old Pentax K-3. K-3 II uses an improved image stabilization system that drives a new Pixel Shift Resolution feature, designed to reduce false color. A new sensor-shift IS with a claimed 4.5 stops of shake reduction. Also included are built-in GPS, an improved AF algorithm, gyro-sensor-based panning detection and automatic horizon correction. Something that’s no longer included is a built-in flash. The price of Pentax K-3 II is $1,099.95, will be in stock in May, 2015.
The Pentax K-3 II will be officially announced tomorrow, April 23. A first look review article has already leaked online. The K-3 II is an evolution in stunning image quality and modern features including built-in GPS, astronomical tracking and pixel shift resolution. Price is not leaked yet, stay tuned for more info.
According to Digicame-info, Pentax will soon announced the K-3 successor Pentax K-3 II. Specs and price hasn’t leaked yet, stay tuned for more.
Pentax will soon announce a new Pentax K-2 DSLR camera, it will replace the Pentax K-1, here are first leaked images of Pentax K-2.
Ricoh has just announced the long-awaited Pentax Full Frame DSLR camera, a prototype will be on display at at he CP+ show next week. The name of this Pentax full frame is still not decided, release date will be at the end of 2015.
According to Photography Blog, In a recent interview with Ricoh’s European Product Manager Laurence Bouly, She confirmed that development of a Pentax full-frame DSLR camera is officially underway.