Pentax has announced the Optio T30 and Optio M30 digital cameras to succeed the T20 and M20 (respectively). Both new cameras features a new facial recognition feature to provide accurate auto focus and auto exposure on the faces in your frame. Both cameras will be available in March with the T30 for $350 and the M30 will be available for $200.
Pre-CES - Pentax is "breaking the seal" on what will probably be a rash of digital camera announcements surrounding this year's CES (Consumer Electronics Show). The 7.1 megapixel Pentax Optio E30 is an entry level model that accepts AA batteries, has a 3x optical zoom and a 2.4 inch LCD. The E30 will be available in February for $149.95.
Pentax and Hoya have announced a merger where, effective on October 1, 2007, they will be known as the Hoya Pentax HD Corporation. By joining forces, they seek to use their strengths to establish better value for the shareholders. Fortunately, it doesn't look like this involving digital cameras will actually change that much.
Samsung has announced the 10.2 megapixel GX-10 digital SLR. You may notice that it's very similar to the Pentax K10D and you're right to think so. Pentax and Samsung have been working together to compete in the digital SLR market. The GX-10 has also has CCD-shift image stabzilization, a 2.5 inch LCD, weatherproofing, and ability to use Pentax, KAF2, KAF, and KA mount lenses.
Coming at us with a twofer today, Pentax has announced the K10D digital SLR and Optio T20 point and shoot digital camera. The Pentax K10D provides a 10 megapixel sensor, Shake Reduction, and a weatherproof body. The Pentax Optio T20 is an update to the T10, providing 7 megapixels and a 3 inch touch sensitive LCD in a body that's only 0.77 inches thick. Read on for more details and availability of these cameras.
Pentax has announced a new promotion where you can test drive one of their K series digital SLRs and get a chance to win a 2007 Toyota FJ Cruiser. From now until December 31, 2006, all you have to do is visit a participating retailer and test drive a Pentax K100D or K110D.
Thirty years after that first K1000 rolled off a production line in Japan, Pentax has introduced its digital doppelganger, the Pentax K100D. Point & shoot digital cameras have dominated the photography marketplace for most of the past decade, but reasonably priced entry level dSLRs are now the fastest growing segment of that lucrative market. Entry-level digital SLRs allow photographers to move to the next creative level by providing affordable access to modular imaging devices and interchangeable lenses.
Pentax has announced the Optio W20, the latest camera in its line of Optio waterproof digital cameras. While it looks the same as its predecessor, the W10, it upgrades some hardware and adds some features. The W20 shoots at 7 megapixels, has a 2.5 inch LCD, a 3x optical zoom, and will support SDHC cards. Look for the Pentax Optio W20 in September for under $300.
The Pentax Optio S7 is a new addition to the slim and stytlish S line of Pentax Optio cameras. A successor to the S6, the S7 features a 7 megapixel sensor, 2.5 inch LCD (with 232K pixels), 3x optical zoom, and some of Pentax' newer technologies, like Face Recognition AF & AE. The S7 will be available on a limited basis in September for under $300.
Pentax is announcing the introduction of two new digital SLR cameras. The 6.1 megapixel K100D and K110D also represent a new naming scheme (no more *ist cameras!). Along with the two new cameras, Pentax is also announcing the PENTAX DA 21mm F3.2 AL Limited wide angle lens. Look for the K100D, with the smc 18-55mm lens in July 2006 for $699 and the K110D with same lens for $599 in August.
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