First sample photos taken with the Pentax full frame DSLR camera (K-1?)

Ricoh updated the Pentax full frame DSLR teaser with a new picture of the camera's controls and the first sample photos taken with a prototype:

The new Pentax 35mm full-frame digital SLR camera is equipped with an image sensor for 35 mm full-size images and uses the K-mount lens system. The camera is compatible with all K-mount lenses, such as the FA lenses, which can be used with the same angle of view as with 35mm film cameras. As for the APS-C-size image sensor, the DA lens series, the cropping function makes it possible to use the APS-C-size center portion of an image. By changing the settings, you can also choose a 35mm full-frame angle of view. The D FA lens series—which is beautifully suited to digital images—covers all of these capabilities, including, of course, the 35-mm full-size angle of view.

Pentax-K-1-full-frame-DSRL-camera sample photo

"When mounted with a smc PENTAX-FA★ 24mm F2AL[IF] lens, users can enjoy high-resolution and high-contrast images with dynamic perspective. Shutter speed: 1/1600, Aperture: F10, ISO: 400"

Pentax-K-1-full-frame-DSRL-camera sample photo 2

"When mounted with a smc PENTAX-FA★ 85mm F1.4[IF] lens, users can enjoy a bokeh effect with shallow depth of field. Shutter speed: 1/160, Aperture: F1.8, ISO: 100"

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