Thursday, August 28, 2014
Warning: Very LARGE Files!
More Samples @: http://www.ricoh-imaging.fr/fr/reflex-numeriques/photos/samples/PENTAX-K-S-1.html
(Click the link near the bottom per picture page to download full size image.)
Wednesday, August 27, 2014
Monday, August 25, 2014
Sunday, August 24, 2014
Changes to V1.11
- Corrected – When shooting image after using the Built-in flash, Exif data of shutter speed is not updated on Version 1.10.
- Added automatic reset function when detecting rarely occur abnormal motion of the sequence.
(When automatic reset function is operated, latest setting will be reset)
*Contents of [Version 1.10] and earlier version will be also updated.
Frankly, I really don't completely understand what is updated and what's new. Fix an EXIF tag bug and an auto-reboot function when something goes wrong? :-o
Via: Digital Versus and Les Numeriques
My special thanks to Blog readers sazon3 and Mistral75 for the links and alerts.
Now, I like the outlook of the camera more, at least not hating it, call me emotional if you like! ;-D And also, at least now there is not a Ricoh logo on the body which is really disgusting as it is seen on the back of the K-3, I have to say! >:-(
As for the size of this new K-s, I think it is comparable to the previous smallest Pentax DSLR body ever, the Pentax *ist DL2, which I also have. But it will not be heavier, I believe. Modern camera bodies should become lighter and lighter, when quality and weight are both sucked out by the manufacturers at the same time! ;-P
Colour Rendition Shootout: 6M CCD Vs 16M CMOS - *ist DL2 Vs K-5
Thursday, August 21, 2014
- 20MP APS-C CMOS Sensor
- ISO range: 100-51,200
- LCD: 3", 921k dots
- Shake reduction
- 1080/30p video with stereo mic
- D-Li109 battery (shared with K-r, K-30, K-50, and K-500)
- Dimensions: 120 x 92.5 x 69.5mm
Tuesday, August 19, 2014
Source: Japanese Digicame Info
Utter ugly, silly and toyish look! It's indeed a stupid design for this appearance!! OMG!!! >:(
Update: This new body will be small, comparable to the Canon EOS100D, but not considerably smaller. Look:
Source: Japanese Twitter