Pentax K Camera Review Popular Photography Magazine

“When Ricoh introduced a whole new digital medium-format system as its first step above the APS-C sensor size, many Pentax camera fans gave up hope for a full-frame 35mm body. The 36.4MP Pentax K-1 ($1,797, street, body only) proves that sometimes good things really do come to those who wait.
With oodles of resolving power, a unique 3.2-inch cross-tilt LCD screen, a highly effective sensor-shift image stabilization system, Full HD video recording, and built-in Wi-Fi, this 35mm-sensor K-mount body has everything that most serious enthusiast shooters might need. Plus, like most popular Pentax cameras, the K-1 has a rugged, magnesium-alloy, weather-sealed body.
Given the historic nature of this camera, we were extra eager to run it through the rigors of the Popular Photography Test Lab and the challenges of a thorough field test.
In the Test Lab”

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Pentax K Camera Review Popular Photography Magazine

“When Ricoh introduced a whole new digital medium-format system as its first step above the APS-C sensor size, many Pentax camera fans gave up hope for a full-frame 35mm body. The 36.4MP Pentax K-1 ($1,797, street, body only) proves that sometimes good things really do come to those who wait.
With oodles of resolving power, a unique 3.2-inch cross-tilt LCD screen, a highly effective sensor-shift image stabilization system, Full HD video recording, and built-in Wi-Fi, this 35mm-sensor K-mount body has everything that most serious enthusiast shooters might need. Plus, like most popular Pentax cameras, the K-1 has a rugged, magnesium-alloy, weather-sealed body.
Given the historic nature of this camera, we were extra eager to run it through the rigors of the Popular Photography Test Lab and the challenges of a thorough field test.
In the Test Lab”

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Pentax K Camera Review Popular Photography Magazine

“When Ricoh introduced a whole new digital medium-format system as its first step above the APS-C sensor size, many Pentax camera fans gave up hope for a full-frame 35mm body. The 36.4MP Pentax K-1 ($1,797, street, body only) proves that sometimes good things really do come to those who wait.
With oodles of resolving power, a unique 3.2-inch cross-tilt LCD screen, a highly effective sensor-shift image stabilization system, Full HD video recording, and built-in Wi-Fi, this 35mm-sensor K-mount body has everything that most serious enthusiast shooters might need. Plus, like most popular Pentax cameras, the K-1 has a rugged, magnesium-alloy, weather-sealed body.
Given the historic nature of this camera, we were extra eager to run it through the rigors of the Popular Photography Test Lab and the challenges of a thorough field test.
In the Test Lab”

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