Pentax K-01

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The K-01 is a digital mirrorless interchangeable lens system camera introduced by Pentax Ricoh Imaging in 2012.

The camera body was designed by industrial designer Marc Newson. It is available in black, white, yellow and a blue version released one year later.

The imaging sensor is a 16 megapixel APS-C sized CMOS based design which captures images with a maximum 4928 x 3264 resolution. Support of JPEG and RAW files. It uses a KAF2 lens mount. It supports 81 focus points with multiple autofocus modes such as contrast, multi, single, continuous and face detection. An autofocus lamp is available for lower light. Has typical PASM exposure modes, and a extensive scene mode with portrait, landscape, macro, moving object, night portrait, sunset, blue sky, forest, night scene, night scene HDR, night snap, food, pet, kids, surf & snow, backlight silhouette, candlelight, stage lighting and museum. There is a built-in pop-up flash with a range of 12m. Video can be recorded in 1920 x 1080 in MPEG-4, H.264 format. The back has 921,000 pixel 3" color LCD display. Storage media is with Secure Digital with support of SDHC and SDXC formats. It uses USB2 and video output is HDMI (Mini Type C). It uses a D-LI90 rechargeable lithium-ion which last approx 500 exposures.