Pentax K-3 II Digital Camera Operating Manual

The K-3 II features an impressive 24.35 effective megapixel AA Filter-less APS-C CMOS sensor, along with a high-performance 27-point AF system and 8.3 fps of continuous shooting. The newly developed Pixel Shift Resolution System delivers more truthful color reproduction and finer details, while significantly lowering high-sensitivity noise levels. The updated PENTAX Real-time Scene Analysis System, supported by the 86K-pixel RGB light-metering sensor, makes the K-3 II the most responsive subject tracking of all PENTAX DSLRs. And thanks to its new high-precision gyro-sensor, the you get more effective camera-shake compensation up to 4.5EV steps.

Introducing the K-3 II

Names and Functions of the Working Parts
How to Change Function Settings
Menu List

Getting Started

Attaching the Strap
Attaching a Lens
Using the Battery and Charger
Inserting a Memory Card
Initial Settings
Basic Shooting Operation
Reviewing Images

Taking Pictures

Configuring the Capture Settings
Taking Still Pictures
Recording Movies
Setting the Exposure
Using a Flash
Setting the Focus Method
Setting the Drive Mode
Setting the White Balance
Controlling the Image Finishing Tone
Correcting Images
Using the GPS

Playback Functions

Playback Mode Palette Items
Changing the Playback Method
Connecting the Camera to a Computer
Editing and Processing Images

Changing the Settings

Camera Settings
File Management Settings


Restrictions on the Combinations of Special Functions
Functions Available with Various Lenses
Functions when Using an External Flash
Main Specifications
For Using Your Camera Safely
Care to be Taken During Handling

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