New class-action lawsuit filed for aperture defects in the Pentax K-30 and K-50 DSLR cameras

Pentax K-30

Pentax K-30

Pentax K-50

Pentax K-50

A new putative class action lawsuit was filed in Pennsylvania against Ricoh USA Inc. for defects in the aperture control mechanism of the Pentax K-30 and Pentax K-50 cameras. The defect reportedly leads to consistently black or dark images:

New class-action lawsuit filed against Ricoh USA for aperture defects in the Pentax K-30 and K-50 cameras

A similar lawsuit was filed in New York in 2020 and was later dismissed.

Here is a copy of the filing:

New class-action lawsuit was filed against Ricoh USA for aperture issued in the Pentax K-30 and K-50 camera… by NikonRumors on Scribd

Via PentaxRumors

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