Multiple exposure Three ways to synthesize highly creative images
The K-1 lets you capture the desired number of images — from two to 2,000 — to synthesize a single composite image, with three synthesis modes: average, additive and comparative brightness. In Live View shooting, the K-1 displays a translucent image of the already captured image on its LCD monitor, allowing you to make precise alignment of the images.
When shooting an image with the Pixel Shift Resolution System, the K-1 provides a new Motion Correction function. When this function is activated, the camera automatically detects the amount of subject motion during continuous shooting and minimizes negative effects during the synthesizing process.*
* The movement may not be sufficiently corrected when the subject is moving in certain directions and/or patterns. This function does not guarantee that the movement will be properly corrected for all subjects.
Pentax K-1 is 4% (5 mm) wider and 7% (7.5 mm) taller than Pentax K-3 II.
Pentax K-1 is 10% (8 mm) thicker than Pentax K-3 II.
Pentax K-1 [1010 g] weights 29% (225 grams) more than Pentax K-3 II [785 g] (*inc. batteries and memory card).
Pentax K-1 dimensions: 136.5x110x85.5 mm (camera body only, excluding protrusion)
Pentax K-3 II dimensions: 131.5x102.5x77.5 mm (camera body only, excluding protrusion)