The Pentax K-1 Mark II is the new flagship Pentax K series full-frame DSLR and it comes 3 main upgrades...

It features an accelerator unit with the PRIME IV imaging engine, an upgraded Pixel Shift Resolution System and the ISO range has also been extended.

Ricoh Imaging say this model provides excellent super-high-sensitivity imaging performance and much-improved operability By coupling a newly incorporated accelerator unit with the PRIME IV imaging engine, it assures flawless, high-speed operation and excellent noise-reduction, improving image quality and super-high-sensitivity imaging performance. The PENTAX-developed Pixel Shift Resolution System - the latest super-resolution technology designed to optimize the image sensor's imaging performance - has been upgraded to the Pixel Shift Resolution System II. This system features a newly developed Dynamic Pixel Shift Resolution mode, which allows the photographer to capture super-high-sensitivity images in handheld shooting, by detecting the slight fluctuations of the subject's position during continuous shooting. In addition to the conventional shooting style using a tripod, this innovative mode provides a new option for the photographer to enjoy super-high-sensitivity photography with a wider variety of subjects and scenes. The camera also comes equipped with a host of features and functions designed to optimize the photographer's creativity and operational comfort, including a dependable magnesium-alloy body with dustproof, weather-resistant construction; an optical viewfinder with a nearly 100-percent field of view for real-time subject confirmation; a sophisticated shake-reduction system; and a flexible tilt-type LCD monitor to accommodate various shooting angles.

It is available from the end of March 2018 for £1,799.99 (body only).