Speculations: Pentax APS-C flagship DSLR camera could have a hybrid OVF/EVF finder

Ricehigh speculates that the pentaprism housing of the new Pentax APS-C flagship DSLR camera could have a newly developed hybrid OVF/EVF finder:

What’s Inside the Pentaprism Housing of the New APS-C Flagship?

I believe more so it is a hybrid OVF/EVF finder with the existence of a new unmarked secret button at the rear top left (where used to be the playback button on the K-3 and K-3 II) plus a new infrared proximity sensor under the viewfinder, which is a standard design for automatic EVF/LCD on/off toggle switching for mirrorless bodies equipped with EVFs.

Via Ricehigh

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