Pentax K-70 camera registered by the Korean Radio Research Agency

Pentax K-70 camera
Ricoh registered a new Pentax K-70 camera with the Korean Radio Research Agency (RRA). My guess is that this new camera will be announced during the Photokina show in September and it will be a replacement for the current K-50 model. Stay tuned for additional details.

Via Digicame-info

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  • TinusVerdino

    The K-S2 was already the K-50 replacement. Pentax is swerving again with it’s naming conventions or maybe they are using internal naming (K-s2 being the K-60 or something. The K-s1 was a one off it seems.)

    • Zos Xavius

      They have stated in interviews that the KS line is special and separate. This is the new entry level camera.

      • TinusVerdino

        I would think a mid ranger. Pentax doesn’t really do entry level any more, unless they bring out a K-700 as well without wr and wifi and stuff.

        • Zos Xavius

          For what even the KS-2 costs its very much competing with rebels and crushing them on features and image quality.

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