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Pentax reveals their first full-frame DSLR

And it's reasonably priced too.
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Pentax might be a little late to the game when it comes to full-frame DSLRs, but their new K-1 can definitely hold its own against the best of them. Available this April, the camera will pack a 36.4 megapixel full-frame sensor and a handful of unique details that you just won't find on any of its rivals. 

Some of those features include a tiling LCD display that not only tilts vertically or horizontally, but also diagonally. There's even a LED lighting that illuminates the lens mount for easier lens swaps in dark environments and a light on the rear as well. You've also got in-camera vibration reduction, Pentax K-mount compatibility, built-in GPS, Wi-Fi, and real-time scene analysis that utilizes artificial intelligence technology to read and optimize your shooting situation. 


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