PENTAX K-1 Mark II Digital SLR Camera Body: 36.4MP Full Flame High Resolution Digital Camera 5 axis, 5 Steps Shake Reduction II Weather-Resistant Construction Dustproof Flexible Tilt-Type LCD Monitor
The Pentax K-1 Mark II is a powerful DSLR camera body that features a 36.
4-megapixel full-frame CMOS sensor, Prime IV image-processing engine and an impressive Dynamic Pixel Shift Resolution System.
The body is weather-sealed and comes without an anti-aliasing filter that in turn priorities image quality.
It also features an improved ISO range of up to 819,200 that is improves on this flagship camera's low-light capability and of course, this is compatible with the excellent range...
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High resolution images: 36.4 effective megapixels ensures that details are shown clearly, delivering outstanding quality images
Optical viewfinder with nearly 100% field of view: assuring a clear view of the subject and ease of focus
Top sensitivity of ISO819200: state-of-the-art imaging processing system, greatly improves image quality, even in low light situations
Pixel Shift Resolution system II: Pentax technology that produces high-quality images beyond the power of traditional image capture
The new-generation shake reduction II: five-axis, five shutter Step camera shake compensation
Dustproof, weather-resistant construction: A combination of the K-1 Mark i's 87 weather seals and the optional d-bg6 Battery grip's watertight design prevents the intrusion of water and dust.
Dust removal II mechanism: This effectively removes all dust particles from the image sensor surface, and prevents unwanted spots from appearing on the captured image.
Dual card slot: large-volume image data filing on two SD memory cards
Flexible tilt-type LCD monitor: innovative mechanism to tilt the monitor to any desired angle along the optical Axis
Astrotracer: by making full use of its GPS module, electronic Compass and SR II mechanism, the K-1 Mark II simplifies astronomical photography of celestial bodies, without the need for an Equatorial mount.