Pentax K-01 Launched

DENVER, CO February 2, 2012. Pentax has launched new interchangeable lens camera, it is the Pentax K-01. This camera comes with a 16.28-megapixel, APS-C sized CMOS sensor which is designed in collaboration with Marc Newson. The camera features Sensor-shift PENTAX Shake and Dust Reduction system, Full HD 1080p video recording, Fast 6 FPS burst mode, High ISO range of 100-25600, and has a 3-inch LCD screen with high resolution of 920,000 dots. The camera will be available in March 2012 with price of $749.95USD (body only) and $899.95USD (lens kit including new DA 40mm XS).


The Pentax K-01 comes with a Large 16 megapixel APS-C sized CMOS image sensor that provides excellent high resolution image quality, color accuracy, and low noise in multiple aspect ratios. While the Sensor-shift PENTAX Shake and Dust Reduction system that compatible with every mounted PENTAX lens enable to capture beautifully sharp still images and stabilized video recording. The camera allows users to record Full HD 1080p video at 30 FPS with h.264 compression (60 FPS at 720p) that can be accompanied settings the shutter speed and aperture exposure control, video autofocus control, and a built-in mono or external stereo microphone.

There are other interesting features like New-generation HDR mode which allows users capture beautiful images result of composing the three images taken at different exposure levels. There is a Focus Peaking Mode that allows users get fast and accurate manual focusing. The Flexible ISO range of 100-25600 enable the camera to control the speeds, noise, and blur image even in low light shooting. With Fast 6 FPS burst mode, the camera is ideal to capture fast moving subject allows users capture images at just the right moment. Comes with a 3-inch LCD screen which offers high resolution of 920,000 dots lets user get accurate framing and playback of images and video in bright display.

Highlight Features:

+ Built-in Flash and External Hotshoe
+ JPG & DNG RAW Captures
+ Auto Picture and Scene modes
+ Multiple Shooting Modes

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