Ricoh to reveal new pixel/sensor shift technology for the Pentax full frame DSLR camera

Next week Ricoh/Pentax will have a technical presentation at the CP+ show for a new "super-resolution" technology based on pixel/sensor shift by using the sensor's image stabilization. While Hassleblad (H5D) and Olympus (E-M5 Mark II) have used similar solutions in their cameras, the Ricoh/Pentax implementation will be slightly different. This new "super-resolution" tech will be implemented in future Ricoh/Pentax cameras, including the just announced Pentax full frame K-mount DSLR camera.

Here is more information on the Hassleblad and Olympus pixel/sensor shift implementation:


This information was twitted by the Japanese photographer Kimio Tanaka (via digicame-info).

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