After the launch of first full-frame DSLR camera from Ricoh, several new Pentax K-1 reviews and videos published on the web.
Pentax K-1 comes packed with a lot of useful features, such as a tilting display, WiFi, GPS, and a secondary screen on top. It has a a 36.4-megapixel full-frame sensor without an anti-aliasing filter. The sensor has a maximum ISO sensitivity of 204800 and is capable of capturing 14-bit RAW files, powered by the PRIME IV image processor.
To make a list of the first Pentax K-1 reviews we have to share with you the following articles. Imaging-resource, ePphotozine, Photographyblog and DC.watch websites has posted full in-depth reviews of the Ricoh’s full-frame digital SLR.
Pentax K-1 reviews and videos now available on the web
You can also watch plenty of hands-on video reviews about the K-1.
The instruction manual for the Ricoh full-frame digital SLR camera is also available for download. If you want a look at what the camera can do please check this page.
The first 35mm format Pentax K-1 DSLR camera offers a 3.2″ 1.04M-dot LCD uses a new flexible tilting design which allows for horizontal, vertical and diagonal movement while keeping the screen in alignment with the lens axis. The DSLR also comes packed with an in-body 5-axis Shake Reduction II technology.
The autofocus system consists of a SAFOX 12 unit with 33 focus points, 25 of which are cross-type. A continuous mode is present in the camera and it supports a mere 4.4fps shootout for a maximum of 17 RAW shots or 70 JPEGs.
Price and Availability
The DSLR is available with the HD Pentax-D FA 15-30mm f/2.8ED SDM WR and the HD Pentax-D FA 28-105mm f/3.5-5.6ED DC WR lenses.
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