The Japanese company Ricoh, which owns the brand Pentax, published a teaser photo of its first full-frame DSLR camera on the website. New Pentax Full Frame DSLR will be presented in the spring 2016, according to the teaser. The camera prototype was already unveiled in the CP+ 2015 photo exhibition back in May, but Pentax representatives did not disclose any details about it.
According to recent rumors and information, Ricoh will equip the Sony 36-megapixels Full Frame CMOS Sensor without a low-pass filter. The camera will receive 5-axis stabilization system, vibration reduction, SR Mode (Super-Resolution), OVF pentaprism viewfinder and 14-bit PRIME IV image processor.
(Also see Pentax Full Frame 2015 Specifications Leak)
Ricoh has previously reported that the Pentax full frame camera will feature advanced crop sensor which can be used with a conventional DA-series lenses.