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Newsflash | The Pentax K-1 Full Frame Unveiled

At last! Pentax has revealed their first Full Frame DSLR, the Pentax K-1 Full Frame.

Pentax aims to impress by packing a 36.4 MP CMOS sensor that delivers maximum sharpness with their optical low-pass filter. It makes use of the SAFOX 12 autofocus system which has Pentax K-1 Full Frame Front Body Only33 AF points available, of which 25 Points are cross-type in the center, and rapid focusing in lighting conditions as low as -3EV. It boasts an all new PRIME IV image processor, which aims to deliver some of the best images yet.

In terms of ISO, it ranges from 100 to a remarkable 204800.

The body is comprehensively sealed against the forces of nature with an impressive 87 weather seals. This makes it possible to operate in glacial temperatures of as low as -10 grades Celsius! 
It has a unique 3.2” / 8.1 cm 1037k-dot cross-tilt LCD that can tilt left, right up and down at various angles.

It features a built-in GPS and E-compass to be able to see where and in which direction a photo was taken together with integrated Wi-Fi connectivity.

For those that are in the outdoors a lot and in need for long lasting battery capacity, the D-BG6 Battery Grip can be acquired to give you that extra boost in battery power.

It will soon be available for the competitive price of $1,799.

For more info on this amazing full frame camera from Pentax, visit these links below:

DPREVIEW | The Pentax K-1 First Impressions

B&H | Pentax Makes its First Foray into Full-Frame Camera

2017-07-14T14:30:38+00:00 By |Cameras, Photographic Equipment|0 Comments

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