Ricoh has announced a launch of a Pentax XG-1, a overpass camera with a 52x visual wizz lens.
It also facilities a 16 million pixel back-illuminated 1/2.3 in. CMOS sensor, and finds impulse for a coming from a Pentax operation of DSLR cameras.
The 52x visual wizz gives a 35mm homogeneous focal operation of 24-1248mm, that should get we really tighten to a action. There’s also a digital wizz accessible of 4x, that boosts that strech adult to 208x. At a widest point, a lens has a limit orifice of f/2.8, rising to f/5.6 during a farthest strech of a lens.
On a behind of a camera is a 3 in. 460k dot screen, while there’s also a 200k dot electronic viewfinder for those who cite normal means of composition.
A macro mode allows we to get as tighten as 1cm divided from a subject, while continual sharpened of 9fps is offering for sports and other quick relocating subjects. A super high speed continual sharpened mode with a limit speed of approximately 60 images per second is also accessible (image distance is reduced to VGA format), along with a customary high speed sharpened mode of 30 images per second (image distance is reduced to 4 million pixels).
Full HD video recording is probable and there’s a choice of digital filters, such as black and white. A operation of sharpened modes, including Program, Face Beautifier and Scene Mode are available.
Although it doesn’t have inbuilt Wi-Fi connectivity, a X-G1 is concordant with Wi-Fi cards if we wish to supplement that functionality to a camera.
The Pentax XG-1 cost will be around Â£249.99 / approx US $428 / approx AU $454 and it will be accessible from mid-August.