The new lenses from Pentax are a refresh of their classic film lenses, now optimized for digital cameras. The five prime lenses vary in length from 15mm to 70mm, and feature super-compact designs. They all have Pentax’s quick shift focus system, which allows a user to fine-tune a set autofocus without needing to manually shift switches or programs, and are available in both black and silver color options.
• HD Pentax DA 15mm f/4
• HD Pentax DA 21mm f/3.2
• HD Pentax DA 35mm f/2.8
• HD Pentax DA 40mm f/2.8 Limited: This ultra-thin pancake design is a standard 40mm focal length, equivalent to 60mm in 35mm format. It offers a nine-blade diaphragm for smooth, round bokeh.
• HD Pentax DA 70mm f/2.4 Limited: Offering a high-grade multi-layer HD coating, a Super Protect coating of the front lens element and nine-blade diaphragm, this lens is the 35mm equivalent to 105mm in 35mm format. Additionally, Pentax has announced two versions of a new on-camera DSLR flash. The AF540FGZ II and the AF360FGZ II are both shoe-mounted flashes with weather-resistant All Weather (AW) construction that pairs perfectly with Pentax WR DSLR cameras. They feature high guide number for increased range and versatile flash performance, and flash exposure compensation through a simple control dial. P-TTL mode has pre-flash for more accurate strobe photography, and both high speed on camera and high speed wireless flash is also available in P-TTL modes. The flashes can also be used as a constant light source for video or long exposure still photography. An LCD display shows the effective range of the flash.
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