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Pentax K-3 DSLR: 24 megapixels with anti-aliasing filter (0)

Pentax announces its latest DSLR camera for the serious photography junkies. The Pentax K-3 DSLR sports a 24-megapixel imagine sensor and a new WiFi-equipped SDHC card called FLU, which gives the photogs remote control of the camera using any device with a web browser. Owners of the K-3 would also have more control over the shots with a new anti-aliasing filter that sets the image's smoothness or rawness without having to switch cameras or lenses. The DSLR also comes with an updated 27-point autofocus system, 8.3fps burst shooting mode, full HD video recording capability, headphone and microphone terminals, and the ability to capture 4K-quality videos at fixed intervals. "Ricoh Imaging (the company behind Pentax) has made an investment to ensure that our product lineup features the most complete and capable APS-C offering in our history," said Jim Malcolm, Ricoh Imaging's executive vice president, in a press statement. "This goal was realized with the introduction of the K-3. Its unmatched feature set and revolutionary technology set a benchmark of excellence that raises the bar for the entire APS-C (Advanced Photo System type-C image sensor format) category." This new camera is cased in a weather-resistant, moisture-tight body with no protruding devices that would prevent the door from closing shut. The Pentax K-3 will have its retail run this November for only $1,300 for the body. Add $400 and you also get an 18-135mm/ f3.5-5.6 lens, while another $100 would give you a 16GB FLU card. Source: Ricoh Imaging Read More

Pentax WG3 Rugged Digital Camera (1)

Digital cameras need to come with better features if ever they would want to remain relevant in a world where smartphones with cameras now rule. More people tend to prefer using their smartphone to take photos instead of compact digital cameras these days, partially due to convenience. Digital cameras can try to cover the places where most smartphone cameras dare not venture into. That would probably be in rugged territory. In such places, people would prefer using rugged digital cameras like the new Pentax WG3. The Pentax WG3 Rugged Digital Camera is designed for taking pictures in rugged environments. It is waterproof for up to 14 meters and shockproof for drops from up to 2 meters. It also comes with a high sensitivity back illuminated 16M CMOS image sensor, 4x optical zoom lens and can record in Full HD video aside from 16M still images. Other features include a dual shake reduction system, a wide frame 3.0-inch LCD monitor and six LED Macro Lights for macro shooting. The new Pentax WG3 Rugged Digital Camera is expected to have these rugged cameras out anytime this year. There are no details yet on how much these cameras will cost. Image Source: Pentax Read More

Pentax Optio WG1 GPS Rugged Digital Camera (3)

Digital cameras have become one of those devices that more and more people seem to bring along almost everywhere they go. But it may not be as convenient to bring along for those who are more into extreme adventure. Some digital cameras may be too delicate to bring along rugged and tough environments. In such cases, having the new Pentax Optio WG1 GPS Rugged Digital Camera would be a better option. The new Pentax Optio WG1 GPS Rugged Digital Camera is designed for rugged use. Just by the looking at its design, this rugged digital camera is built with toughness in mind. It is waterproof, shockproof, dustproof, crushproof and able to withstand freezing temperatures. This is just the digital camera to bring along at that next rugged adventure. But its features do not just end with being tough. It also has a 14MP image sensor with 5x optical zoom lens and a tough 2.7 inch rear LCD display. It also supports 720p video HD recording, support for the EyeFi wireless SD card, and a GPS feature that allows geotagging with every picture taken in different locations. The new Pentax Optio WG1 GPS Rugged Digital Camera is set to arrive in the market by April and may cost around US$400. Image Source: Pentax Read More

Pentax Introduces 40-megapixel 645D (0)

Pentax unveils its 40-megapixel medium format digital camera called the 645 Digital.  It features a 44mm x 33mm sensor, a three-inch LCD, a pair of SD/ SDHC card slots, an 11-point AF sensor, a dust removal system, 77-segment multi-pattern metering system, shock-resistant chassis, and a battery life that can last for up to 800 flashes.  This digital camera can produce high-resolution images with just a fraction of the price of similar medium format cameras. The Pentax 645D will be released in Japan beginning May 2010 at a retail price of 850,000 yen (US$9,442). Source:  Engadget Read More

Pentax Releases Budget Digital Cameras (0)

Pentax unveils three new digital cameras, all of which are priced under US$300.  The Pentax Optio I-10 (pictured) is styled like classic SLR cameras, with the flash and speaker in the upper middle section and leatherette panel.  It features a 12.1-megapixel high-resolution CCD sensor, a wide-angle, 5X optical zoom lens, a 2.7-inch widescreen LCD, and HD video capture at 720p and 30 frames per second.  Image capture features include image stabilization and anti-blur technologies, smile capture, blink detector, and face detection that can spot up to 32 faces (even dogs and cats).Meanwhile, the Pentax Optio H90 has a fashionable design reminiscent of modern art and a full assortment of features similar to the Optio I-10 (without the LCD screen).  It comes in Orange-Silver, Matte Black, and Ceramic While.  Both the I-90 and H90 are compatible with the Eye-Fi wireless memory card for instant image uploads without having to remove the memory card or connect to the computer.Finally, the Pentax Optio E90 has a 10-megapixel CCD sensor, 3X wide-angle zoom, and a 2.7-inch LCD, all housed in a rubberized body for better grip.  Features include an Auto Picture mode that automatically selects the best shooting settings for any scene and a 6400 ISO, ideal for capturing moving subjects.  The Optio E90 comes in Black and Wine Red.All three cameras are available in February 2010, although pre-orders are now being accepted.  The Pentax Optio I-90 costs US$299.95, the Optio H90 costs $179.95, and the Optio E90 is only $99.95.Image source:  Pentax Imaging Read More

Pentax Optio W80 (0)

If there is some sort of a race going on that we have not heard of, Pentax appears to be winning when it comes to creating the toughest point-and-shoot camera.  The Pentax Optio W80 can be brought anywhere and we mean anywhere, whether you are taking a picture while submerged up to 5 meters underwater, on a hot sandy desert, while riding a turbulent plane ride, or on a bad day in Moscow at -10°C.But those rough and tough features are just the scratch of the surface, as this digital camera can capture photos up to 12 megapixels, with a 5x zoom lens that offers a focal range between 28 and 140mm.  It can also create videos in HD settings, with 1280 x 720 resolution at 30 frames per second.There are some catches, though.  A review on the Photography Blog claims that while the anti-shake system simply slows the camera down, the image quality is strained by excessive noise even at the lowest ISO.  Nevertheless, the Pentax Optio W80 rakes high points in features and ease-of-use.The Pentax Optio W80 is available in online retail outlets for as low as US$299.95.  You can choose between red, blue, yellow, and gray.Image source:  Pentax Read More

Pentax K-x Digital SLR Camera (0)

Ever wanted a DSLR camera that will not hurt your pocket?  Pentax may have a solution for that.  The Pentax K-x digital single lens reflex camera offers high-end features at an affordable cost (for a DSLR, at least), as well as your choice of other colors aside from the staple black you see on other models.The Pentax K-x includes a high-resolution 12.4-megapixel CMOS image sensor, 2.7-inch LCD, a 200-to-6400 ISO sensitivity that can be expanded to 100 to 12,800, 4.7 frames per second continuous shooting, 720p HD video at 24 frames per second, shake reduction, face detection auto-focus that can spot up to 16 faces, as well as filter modes and automatic modes for a fuzz-free transition from point-and-shoot to professional photography.Purchasing the Pentax K-x gives users the option of purchasing additional lens like the Pentax DA L 18-55mm, Pentax DA L 50-200mm zoom, and Pentax DA L 55-300mm zoom.  Limited editions of white, red, and navy blue are also available, all at an attractive base price of US$649.95.Image source:  Pentax Read More

Pentax X70 (0)

Pentax, manufacturers of DSLRS, compact digicams and camera accessories, has combined the powers of a digital SLR and the convenience of a compact camera into one small-but-terrible unit: the X70. The X70 boasts of a 24X optical zoom - or 26-624 mm, that takes superb up-close or wide-range shots. Great for wildlife or sports/action shots. It has a 12 megapixels which is ideal for capturing large and highly detailed images. It also allows for huge printouts - 11x14 -inch enlargements or more, without losing image quality. It features the unique Triple Shake Reduction Technology which reduces - obviously - shake and blurring:Mechanical Shake Reduction via a CCD shift mechanismDigital Shake Reduction via a high ISOMovie Shake Reduction clear and focused video captureAn 11 FPS high-speed continuous shooting allows you to capture super-fast movements that make for amazing action shots. The Fast Face Detection feature automatically recognizes up to 32 faces in .03 seconds. Group shots and portraits come out focused and well-lit, despite less-than-ideal lighting. Its Super Macro mode feature shows the details in the tiniest of subjects even as close as 1 cm from the lens. Finally, the X70's flexible movie capture feature allows for clear HD movie capture in widescreen 720p and full speed 848x480, as well as VGA, and QVGA resolutions. Pentax X70 digital SLR will be available in April for $399.95 USD. Image source: Pentax Read More

Pentax K-m DSLR Camera for Beginners (0)

Pentax has announced K-m, its latest entry-class DSLR camera that offers simple and straightforward operation. This makes it possible for beginners to enjoy high-quality DSLR photography with little confusion or trouble. Pentax K-m features an improved version of the original Auto Picture mode, automatically detecting the type of scene or subject and setting the right shooting mode for the user.Pentax K-m also has a host of sophisticated functions and advanced features. It has the innovative Shake Reduction mechanism for blur-free images, high-precision 5-point AF system, and compact and lightweight camera body for enhanced maneuverability and portability. Pentax K-m also features a large and easy-to-view 2.7-inch LCD monitor and a comprehensive Dust Removal system with removal, confirmation, and prevention devices.Pentax K-m is a lightweight version of K200D and both have the same 10 megapixel CCD sensor. The latest model, however, has some software functions absent in the K200D: Shadow Compensation, a faster shooting (3.5 fps vs. 2.8 fps), and higher maximum ISO (3200 vs. 1600). Unlike other DSLR models, Pentax K-m's control system is designed to make things much easier for DSLR noobs. The rumored pricing is $725 for the single (18-55mm) lens and $875 for the 2-lens kit (18-55mm and 50-200mm). Image Source: Pentax Read More

Pentax Optio S10 Digital Camera (0)

The Pentax Optio S10 is a slim camera but it won't be as slim as the previous Optio that came before it. However, with the new release, you will be sure to find more than enough things to tickle your fancy if you look harder. This new release from Pentax is a very stylish and chic camera for the discerning photographer. You have access to so many features such as an optical zoom capability which gives you the 35mm equivalent of having a lens range of 38-114mm. The maximum aperture that you can set in this Pentax is f/2.8 which is a very wide aperture that can give you fast shutter speeds. There is also a built-in lens cover that you will find for this camera which is a staple for most digicams nowadays. You have different modes which include program auto, portrait and kids mode. The most defining feature of the camera are the different focus modes that come along with it which includes a "super macro" mode. This will be a very good addition to your gadget basket especially if you're a novice at cameras. Read More



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