Ricoh India has launched digital SLR camera, Pentax KP. Priced at ₹88584, PENTAX KP is a compact camera which has been designed for daily use. The camera comes with full range of basic specifications to produce quality photographs, as well as an assortment of customization features to accommodate the photographer’s demands and specific photographic applications.
Pentax KP features a new-generation CMOS image sensor and a high-performance imaging engine to deliver extremely high-resolution, rich-gradation images. It also provides a range of customisation features, such as a grip replacement system to personalise the camera’s grip to accommodate the photographer’s shooting style or a mounted lens, and a control panel to allow a flexible panel layout to meet the photographer’s preference. The camera assures flexible, delay-free response to a wide variety of scenes and subjects, making it the preferred choice of many discerning photographers.
With a redesigned internal structure, the Pentax KP DSLR camera offers features like a new-generation APS-C- sized CMOS image sensor supported by approximately 24.32 effective megapixels and a top sensitivity of ISO 819200, a five-axis shake-reduction system, an electronically controlled shutter unit for super-high-speed shooting at 1/24000 second and an optical viewfinder with nearly 100% field of view.
The dustproof, weather-resistant and cold-proof (for temp. as low as -10°C) camera captures high-resolution Full HD movie clips in the H-264 recording format with a range of functional settings. It incorporates a variety of customisation functions to simplify and enhance camera operation, including Smart Function and control panel customisation; and is equipped with a 3.0-inch LCD monitor with a vertical tilt function, a Real-time Scene Analysis System and a High-speed 27-point autofocus system with the SAFOX 11 module.
RICOH said that Pentax KP will be available on Ricoh India web store and Ricoh seller’s networks at a price of ₹88584.For all the latest News, Follow us on Twitter and Facebook