Pentax old-school camera officially announced

Pentax cameras manufacturer company Ricoh introduces compact model Q-S1 designed in a classic camera style.

A new digital camera with interchangeable lenses Pentax Q-S1 will be manufactured in several configurations with various selections of lenses. It will come in 40 different body and grip color combinations.

Basic features of the device will include: 12.4-megapixel back-illuminated CMOS sensor, a top sensitivity of ISO 12800, a state-of-the-art giro sensor, a 3.0-inch LCD monitor and a Q Engine image processor. The model is equipped with the MicroUSB and MicroHDMI ports, supports formats SD, SDHC, SDXC and Eye-Fi, and can record FullHD movie clips. The camera is scheduled to hit stores in August 2014 and will list for $500.

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Notably, a lot of photo gadget manufacturers began production of retro-style cameras. Among the latest products that can illustrate existing demand for this type of devices is camera Lomo’Instant – its project raised $1,118,333, way over expected $100,000, through Kickstarter.

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