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UK launch of Pentax 645D Medium-format Digital Camera

UK launch of Pentax 645D Medium-format Digital Camera - Pentax’s first medium-format digital SLR camera is coming to the United Kingdom.

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Pentax 645D Medium-format Digital Camera

Press Release:

Pentax Imaging Systems is pleased to announce that the Pentax 645D interchangeable lens, medium-format digital SLR camera will be launched in the UK in December 2010.

The Pentax 645D has been developed to provide super-high-resolution images, produced by large image sensors, to serious landscape and outdoor photographers.

It combines exceptional image quality with excellent manoeuvrability and outstanding reliability to simplify professional-level outdoor photography.

With the incorporation of a large, high-performance image sensor (measuring 44mm by 33mm) and Pentax-original image-processing technology, the 645D produces extra-sharp, super-high-resolution images with approximately 40 effective megapixels.

The Pentax 645D is also compatible with all existing Pentax 645 lenses for an easy move to digital for existing Pentax 645 owners.

The Pentax 645D will be available from early December 2010 with an RRP of £8999.99 (body only) or £9999.99 for the kit (inc. 55mm SDM 645 lens).

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woodrow 7 153 Scotland
20 Sep 2010 5:41PM
at that price, sign me up for two!

seriously, this is a large sensor and if it has weather sealing will be an impressive platform

Paul

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User_Removed 10 17.9k 8 Norway
20 Sep 2010 6:33PM
Two 'YUM!' cameras in one day!! (I can't take much more!!!!)

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gary.d 12 134 United Kingdom
20 Sep 2010 6:48PM
It looks great but as an owner of two no longer used 645s with a couple of zoom lenses I'm not tempted. The main reason is the limited lens range compared to the Nikons I now use.

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