When Ricoh released the Pentax K-3 in late 2013, it was touted as “the most advanced enthusiast DSLR available”, boasting some really impressive technical specs. Features included a 24MP CMOS APS-C sensor, 8.3fps continuous shooting (up to 22 RAW or 60 JPEG frames), in-body stabilization, dual card slots, full weather sealing, built-in HDMI and USB 3.0 ports, in-camera HDR image capture, built-in electronic level, and the ability to shoot Full HD H.264 at 60, 50, 30 and 24p.
Recently, however, the Japanese electronics company released a sleek limited edition gunmetal-gray version of the K-3. In addition to the camera – which looks and feels really awesome in its new body!-, the set also comes with a gunmetal-gray BG-5 battery grip, black leather strap, and two batteries.
Ricoh will limit the release to 2,000 units worldwide, each priced at $1,400, with shipping set to start in August.