Looking forward to getting your hands on Pentax’s long awaited 40 megapixel 645D DSLR? Well you’re in luck…providing you can get yourself on a plane to Japan, that is.
Yep, Pentax’s impressively spec’d DSLR will only be on sale in the Land of The Rising Sun.
It’s a real shame, as the top-range kit has some great features, such as the PENTAX Original Real Image Engine, dual SD/SDHC card slots, a silky SAFOX IX+ autofocus system with 11 sensor points, a 14 bit A/D converter, a dust-and-weatherproof design and a dust removal mechanism should it get a bit mucky nonetheless.
The camera should be hitting stores in May, but it’ll come with a whopping 850,000 Yen price-tag. That’s roughly £6,300, without shipping the 1.4 Kg kit, so best start saving now.