The new Kenko digital camera with interchangeable lenses prototype got lost on its way to Photokina

Kenko is best known for its photography equipment accessories and converters (they also produce camera lenses under the Tokina brand name). Kenko was suppose to display a prototype of their new digital camera with interchangeable lenses at Photokina, but the prototype… got lost (?)… so they only had few pictures to show:

credit: DC Watch

Specs after the break:

  • C-mount (the one of 16mm and video-surveillance cameras)
  • 6mm f/1.4 standard lens
  • 14Mpix sensor of unknown size BUT should be 1/2.3″ for which 6mm real focal corresponds to 35mm on full frame camera, hence the sensor should be the widely-spread 1/2,3″ 14+ Mpix sensor from Sony
  • No RAWs, only JPEGs
  • Magnesium-alloy body
  • Available in February 2011
  • MSRP: ¥30,000 ≈ $350
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