As part of an upcoming Japanese photo expo, Pentax Japan recently announced the development of a 30 megapixel digital SLR to be released sometime next year. The 645 Digital has been announced a handful of times over the last three years, and now it may finally see the light of day.
Pentax's latest wide-angle lens, the DA 15mm f/4 ED AL Limited, has been anticipated for some time, but the manufacturer provided retail release information and final specs on the new optic in a pre-PMA announcement.
Pentax has announced a price drop for its K20D prosumer DSLR. For a limited time, all body-only and body-and-lens configurations for the K20D will be priced with a $100 instant rebate.
We received word that those of you who have been anxiously awaiting your chance to purchase the visually striking K2000 Limited Edition are in luck. This week, Pentax has opened the pre-order process for the LE model.
What makes the perfect consumer DSLR? After great images and a reasonable price, compactness may be the most important consideration in choosing an everyday DSLR. With that in mind, we take a look at how two of the most popular small DSLRs around, the Nikon D60 and Pentax K2000, stack up in this month's Head to Head comparison.
In anticipation of CES, Pentax has added two new point-and-shoot digicams to its Optio line: the Pentax Optio P70 and Optio E70.
"Small" and "light" haven't always been part of Pentax's K-series vocabulary, but the new 10.2 megapixel Pentax K2000 looks to change this perception.
Pentax has announced a limited edition of its K2000 entry-level DSLR kit, with a white camera body and matching DA L 18-55mm and 55-200mm lenses.
We took our show on the road to check out the imaging industry's latest at the 2008 PDN PhotoPlus International Conference + Expo. Here's what we found...
The U.K.'s What Digital Camera magazine provided a synopsis of an interview the publication conducted with Young-Bae Kim, a Samsung exec overseeing the company's DSLR product line. In the interview, Kim made it known that the Korean company would be bringing a new DSLR to market in conjunction with development partner Pentax in 2009.
Pentax has announced today that it's semi-professional K20D DSLR is being repriced below the $1000 mark.
PMA Newsline is reporting that according to an article in PEN News Weekly, Pentax parent Hoya has made public plans to end Japanese domestic production of all Pentax products.
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