PENTAX K-1: BEST FULL-FRAME DSLR EXPERT
RICOH THETA S: BEST DESIGN
TIPA is an independent, non-profit organization, whose members comprise the chief editors and technical editors of 27 photo and imaging publications from 15 countries across five continents. TIPA also has a cooperative agreement with the Camera Journal Press Club of Japan. During the voting session, which took place on Friday, 1 April 2016, in San Francisco, USA, TIPA members awarded the products for the following specifications:
BEST FULL-FRAME DSLR EXPERT
PENTAX has entered the full-frame sensor market with the dustproof and weather-resistant K-1. The 36.4MP CMOS sensor has a 'simulated' anti-aliasing filter achieved through minute sensor vibrations; this motion sensor also supports RICOH’s Pixel Shift Resolution system. The K-1 features 5-axis sensor shift image stabilisation, a near 100% optical viewfinder and a 33-point AF system with 25 cross points. The rear 3.2-inch 1.04 million dot LCD, is highly flexible and allows for vertical, horizontal and diagonal movement. Current PENTAX lens owners (APS-C) can utilise all of their lenses via the K-1’s Crop mode; Auto mode will detect the lens mounted and set the crop accordingly.
RICOH THETA S
The slim and wearable design of the RICOH THETA S matches its unique image capture system. The THETA S has a 14MP 1:2.3-inch
sensor/processor that delivers stills and videos with a 360-degree spherical look. It can record Full HD videos for up to 25 minutes and offers manual control of shutter speeds for settings up to 60 seconds. Its built-in memory can store up to 8GB of images. The camera allows easy sharing with incorporated Wi-Fi and can also be used for live streaming.
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