Pentax 645D review
As the manufacturer’s first foray into the digital medium-format arena, the Pentax 645D brings plenty of appealing features to the game, including a 40Mp, 44x33mm, Kodak-developed CCD sensor that’s designed to deliver professional image quality, exceeding that of a 35mm SLR.
With a nod to Pentax’s original medium-format film 645 camera system, the new digital version looks and feels every bit as solid as its well-respected 1980s-era ancestor, sporting a similarly intuitive design. Despite its retro looks, however, the Pentax 645D is equipped with up-to-date photography technologies and plenty of advanced functionality: all in an easy-to-use package.
Read our full review of the Pentax 645D on TechRadar.
on Thursday, December 8th, 2011 at 3:58 pm under Reviews.
Tags: digital cameras, medium format camera, Pentax, Pentax 645D, Pentax digital cameras, retro photography