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Old March 28th, 2018, 04:21 PM
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Default Pentax K-1 II Specifications

From Newcamera.com, spelling errors included!


Finally the full specification of the Pentax K-1 Mark II DSLR leaked, the upcoming Pentax K-1 Mark II camera will have same sensor as of the Pentax K-1 DSLR camera. On of the most important thing is Pentax K-2 features ISO range of 819200 which is really amazing for 36MP high MP sensor. Take a detailed look a the the core specification

Pentax K-1 Mark II Full Specification

Valid 36.4 MP CMOS sensor
Mount is KAF 2
ISO 100 819200
sensor shift type 5 axis shake correction (SRII)
SD / SDHC / SDXC (UHS I compatible)
dual card slot
Finder is 0.7 times magnification, 100% field of view ratio
AF of live view is contrast AF
Liquid crystal monitor is 1037,000 dots 3.2 inches, flexible tilt type
Wi Fi
size is 136.5 x 110 x 85.5 mm
weight is 1010 g (Battery and SD card included), 925 g (body only)
Shutter is 30 sec 1/8000 sec, Sync speed is 1/200 sec
Interval shooting
Video is full HD 60i, HD 60p (25 minutes or 4 GB automatic stop )
stereo microphone, or an external microphone corresponding
continuous shooting is 4.4 frames / sec at full size, 6.4 frames / sec in APS-C
GPS electronic compass built
battery D-LI90
battery life is 670 sheets
AF is SAFOX12,33 points (25 points cross type), the EV-3 18
8.6 million pixels RGB metering Nsa, from EV-3 20

K 1 Mark II will be announced soon, replacing the current K 1. K-1 Mark II will also be released with a kit with D FA 28-105 mm F 3.5-5.6. The price in North America is $ 1999.95 for the body only, and the kit with 28 105 mm will be $ 2399.95. The highlights of the K 1 Mark II are as follows.

Equipped with the original accelerator unit, effectively reduces noise, maintains detail detail and rich color even at high sensitivity 14 bit processing Adopt PRIME IV image processing engine
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