New Pentax Camera Can Withstand Pressure

Written by David Richards     05/06/2013 | 08:27 | Category: STILL CAMERAS

Pentax Ricoh Imaging is set to launch a white version of their tough digital camera; the device is designed to be hosed down after use and can withstand 99 kilo of pressure.

New Pentax Camera Can Withstand Pressure

Distributed in Australia by CR Kennedy, the Pentax WG-3 is a ruggedised, weather-proof device. It is not known when the new2 model will be available in Australia.

The WG-3 body is crush-proof, shock-proof from drops of up to 2 metres, cold-proof to 14 degrees F and waterproof to 13.7 metres. It can withstand up to 99 kilo of force, the company said.

The camera series also employs a folded optical zoom lens that reduces its vulnerability to moisture and dust while delivering a pocket-size configuration without a protruding lens barrel.

Also added is a textured grip for a controlled ergonomic grasp and colourful grip accents.

"The addition of white to the existing line of WG-3 cameras is a timely inclusion for upcoming summer activities," said John Carlson, Pentax senior marketing manager. "The WG-3 is a great, worry-free camera to keep with you for a day at the beach, a long hike or even on the slopes in the winter. Regardless of season, climate or weather the WG-3 was built to withstand the elements and capture great images."

The white version of the WG-3 will be available online at www.pentax.com.au in Australia shortly. 


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