The new Pentax K-3 III camera will adopt the user interface (menu system) from the Ricoh GR III

The Japanese photographer Kimio Tanaka reported that the menu system of the new Pentax K-3 III camera will adopt the user interface from the Ricoh GR III. Here is the translation:

The UI of the menu has changed significantly from the previous K series, so it is almost the same as GR III. GR III users shouldn’t be too confused, but K-series users will be a little patient until they get used to it. I was impressed by the fact that the finder was bright and easy to see, and the shutter feel was good.

I “discovered” some good points that I didn’t notice in the published spec table, and some disappointing points. It seems that there are still many points that cannot be understood without using it a little. Looking at the cut model on display, you can see that the area around the pentaprism is clean and the sub mirror is large. (via Digicameinfo)

Here are a few menu K-3 III menu screenshots from DC.Watch:

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