Pentax launches the K100D SLR

Pentax has launched the Pentax K100D Super, a new standard-class digital SLR camera boasting advanced features to enable photographers of all levels to produce the highest quality images with minimum effort.

Based on the extremely popular Pentax K100D lens-interchangeable digital SLR camera, the easy-to-hold and easy-to-use K100D Super features an innovative Dust Removal (DR) system to keep dust off the CCD surface and ensure optimum image quality. It also incorporates the Pentax-developed Shake Reduction (SR) system which reduces camera shake for sharp, blur-free images even under the most demanding shooting conditions such as when using a telephoto lens or for extended exposures for sunset and night scenes.

The K100D Super’s sophisticated SAFOX VIII auto-focus system has 11 sensor points (with nine cross-type sensors in the middle) to automatically capture off centre subjects in crisp focus. By combining 6.1 effective megapixels with a high-performance imaging engine and advanced image-processing technologies, the K100D Super is designed to produce beautiful true-to-life images that are rich in gradation. In addition, it boasts a choice of two finishing touches of “natural” or “bright” to create a distinctive atmosphere and an Auto Picture mode for effortless point and shoot photography.

The K100D Super accepts both conventional SD memory cards and also the newly standardised SDHC cards, which allow a much greater number of images to be stored on the camera.

Tags: Pentax, K100, Photography, SLR, Digital Camera

Popularity: 8% [?]

Prev Article ← Playboy content on iPhone
Next Article → Altec Lansing’s ‘Upgrader’…


No comments for “Pentax launches the K100D SLR”

Post a comment

E-mail It