回覆: 9.13好戲上演 賓得將發佈千萬像素K10D
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np at neovenator.com np at neovenator.com
Fri Aug 4 14:18:35 EST 2006
Well, I've only actually seen photos of the latest build of it, courtesy of my
Pentax rep, but at least I've got a little more information for you to chew
on. The photos were taken this week, so this is about as current as it gets.
First off, the magic press-release date is September 13th. There's still so
much I haven't been able to pry from my rep that I'm dying for this date to
hurry up and get here!
Body + 18-55 lens should be $899. A bit more than I expected, but still a damn
The name is definitely K10D (it was stamped on the body). Any remaining
doubters can relax now.
Remember in the PMA photos (http://www.dpreview.com/articles/pma2006/Pentax/),
that unmarked button that was above the AF switch on the front of the camera?
It's now marked RAW, and I'm told it allows you to switch the camera to RAW
mode from jpg mode by pressing and holding the RAW button. I think I would
have preferred a custom white balance button, but I'm sure this function will
be useful for people who shoot in jpg mode most of the time.
The LCD screen is the same as on the K100D: 2.5 ", 210,000 pixels
The battery grip has the same features as the grip for the *istD, though I
can't say whether or not it connects to the body in the same way.
The body is slightly different than the one shown at PMA, though not by much.
I'd be more specific, but I didn't have much time to really study the new
The mode dial on the camera's shoulder now has a lot more on it than at PMA. I
couldn't see much detail in the images, but the new stuff looked like the same
sort of preset shooting modes you see on consumer cameras (sports, portrait,
night scene, etc).
DOF-preview now functions in a very interesting manner (apparently it does this
on the K100D, but I didn't know that). Straight out of the box, when you use
the DOF-preview function, it actually takes a photo and displays it on the
screen until you press halfway on the shutter button (no, the photo is not
saved on your memory card). If you want the more standard thru-the-lens DOF-
preview, you can change that in a custom function menu.
That's all I can remember. Have fun!