After almost a year of teasers by Pentax, looks like the first full-frame DSLR Pentax K-1 is all set to be unveiled. Digicame-info has released a new set of leaked images of the much talked about Pentax K-1.
According to the speculations, the maiden DSLR by Pentax will feature 36.4 megapixel full-frame sensor which can shoot at 6.5 frames-per-second and that too at ISO ranging between 100 to 204,800. The Pentax K-1 is equipped with built-in GPS and Wi-Fi.
As per the image, the autofocus system of the camera will feature 33 focus points.
To list other specs of the Pentax K-1, it boosts dual SD card slot (SD, SDHC, SDXC), LED screen on the top of the camera, Sensor-shift Shake Reduction technology, Support for a crop mode for DA lenses and much more. But, this camera does not have a built-in flash.
The Pentax-K1 can be a direct competition to the vastly used DSLR cameras: Canon 5D Mark III and Nikon D800/810. Let’s wait for the official announcement to confirm the specs and the price range.