Ricoh’s Pentax K-3 II Launched With Its Pixel Resolution Mode

 

 

 

Ricoh’s new Pentax K-3 II DSLR will be available from May at USD 1099.95 (approx Rs. 69,580). K-3 II retains various features of its predecessor which include the 27 point AF system, 24 megapixel sensor and its sturdy design.

The camera has an improved image stabilization system that allows the camera to drive a new Pixel Shift Resolution mode which specifically reduces false colour. K-3 II also has an built GPS system, an improved A-F algorithm and an automatic horizon correction along with a variety of other features. The camera can develop high resolution images and its ISO sensitivity touches 51,200. K-3 II also has supportive shooting features such as Astrotracer, which simplifies advanced astronomical photography and high-speed continuous shooting with top speed that can capture 8.3 images per second.

Pentax K-3 II will be available at www.us.ricoh-imaging.com from May 2015.

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