Ricoh has announced its new Pentax with selectable low pass filtering. The Pentax K-3 DSLR ($1700) boasts a 24 megapixel count and a 27-point autofocus system. Additional features include a 86,000 pixel metering sensor, shake reduction, the first ever anti-aliasing simulator, dual SD card slots, and A USB 3.0 connection. The camera is available for preorder and will begin shipping in November. If you don’t need the lens you’ll be able to get the body for about $1300.
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