Pentax KP announced by Pentax, the KP is a successor of Pentax K-3II camera and it features very advance level of core specification. The camera comes with a newly developed 24MP CMOS AF sensor, and improved in-body image stabilization system.
The camera is still limited to 24 AF points whereas the ISO speed goes near to Nikon D500 camera and far above Canon 7D Mark II. The shutter speed goes above 1/24000 thanks to the introduction of advance global shutter. The camera also features a 5 axis image stabilization system of second generation.
The camera also creates Pixel Shift Resolution as well as AA Filter Simulation. The camera can shoot a series of continues stills at a rate of 7 frames per second.
Pentax KP comes with a slim port and a micro-usb port, if you want plug HDMI cable into it then you have to get a $25 dongle.
The KP will be available in your choice of silver or black in late February for $1099/£1099 body-only.