Pentax has launched a new “rainbow colors” version of the K-x DSLR camera. The Pentax K-x Rainbow Digital Camera is a limited edition which will be available in Japan starting July 23, 2010. K-x Rainbow digicam will be released via company’s collaboration with Tower Records Japan.
K-x ‘Rainbow Colors’ digicam comes in very appealing and funky color blends such as blue, pink, red, orange, purple, and pink. This limited edition digicam shares the same specs as the less colorful standard K-x. It features a 12MP CMOS sensor. It can shoot up to 12,800 ISO in expanded range. The K-x Rainbow digicam is capable of shooting HD video in 720p at 24fps. The results can be viewed via its 2.7 inch LCD screen. The DSLR comes also equipped with face detection technology that detects up to 16 faces. It also features Live View function and auto focus.
News has it that the K-x Rainbow digicam will only be produced for 1, 000 units. This will be ready for sell by July 2010 at a price of $800. Let’s take a look at the pictures of this DSLR which is probably the most colorful digicam in the market:
645D is the latest digital SLR camera of Pentax. The Pentax 645D is a medium-formatdigital camera with 40MP along with 44 x 33 CCD sensor, 3-inch screen size 921,000 dot LCD and comes buit-in with an interchangeable lens system. One good thing about medium format digital camera is its ability to produce super high resolution images(large megapixel) and lower noise level.
Pentax 645D is also compatible with existing 645 system lenses and uses dual SD card slots that can be used either as additional storage and also for back-up. It is also durable because this digicam is built out of a magnesium steel alloy and the LCD Panel is built using reinforced glass.
Pentax 645D is certainly an impressive Medium Format Digital Camera. It will be released this May or April in Japan. Expected price is about $9,400.
If you are a hiker, i think you will love this recently unveiled ruggedized digital camera – the Pentax Optio W90, that can stand up to extreme use and is really aimed at the user who likes to spend time outdoors. Pentax is on its 11th generation with the Optio W90. This new Pentax Optio W90 is a 12.1 Megapixel Waterproof Digital Camera, built from reinforced polycarbonate plastic that can withstand a drop up to 4 feet. Its also a freezeproof camera and can operate even in temperatures as low as 14 degrees Fahrenheit.
For the lens, the Optio W90 has a 5x optical zoom lens that spans the range from 28mm – 140mm wide angle telephoto. This lens is also designed for Digital Microscope mode, good for capturing very small subjects that are difficult to see with naked eye less than an inch from the digital camera. Near the lens are the 3 LEDS that can help to brighten your scenes.
On the back is 2.7-inch LCD display with 230K dots of resolution and treated with anti-reflection coating. This helps to minimize the annoying light reflections when the digicam is used outdoors.
When it comes to recording, the digicam captures clips with 1280 x 720 pixels at 30 frames per second. It also has mini-HDMI terminal for audio and video signal output for playback on your high-definition TV or monitor.
Pentax Optio W90 is also equipped with Advance Face Detection AF & AE function that can detect up to 32 faces in the image field. Other features include are the Waterproof Infrared remote control that you can use when shooting from a distance, 12 digital filters, Digital WIde function, MediaImpression 2.0 for Pentax image viewing, New Collage function, and Auto Picture mode.
Pentax Optio W90 Waterproof Digicam will be available in April 2010, priced at $329.95. The waterproof Infrared remote control will also be available, priced at $29.95.
New Digital camera from Pentax is about to announce next week. The images below are the Pentax Optio H90 and Pentax Optio L10. These photos were able to retrieve in Google cache by photorumors after it were briefly displayed and quicly removed from retailer’s website. Photorumors has mentioned about another Pentax camera they’ve seen in Google cache, unfortunately the image was not downloadable.