Ricoh CEO confirms in an interview: there will be no Pentax mirrorless camera

In a recent interview Ricoh's President and CEO Shinobu Takahashi confirmed again that Pentax will not release a mirrorless camera (a similar statement has been repeated for a while):

"This kind of thing. It is said that even if it is a Pentax, it should be mirrorless. We also have that technology, but we abandon the enjoyment of a single-lens reflex camera that looks directly into the finder to see the subject. I can not do it"

The full interview can be found here.

Via PentaxRumors

Report: Ricoh has no plans for a new mirrorless camera

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