Pentax has announced that it plans to release a full-frame DSLR in the Spring of 2016.
This will make it the final manufacturer of traditional DSLRs to offer a full-frame camera.
The announcement on Pentax’s site
shows a preview image of the camera and a couple of sample images.
The as-yet unnamed model uses the Pentax K mount. The Pentax D FA lenses will provide full-frame coverage, while DA lenses, which are intended for cameras with APS-C sensors, will prompt the camera to take photos in the smaller format to avoid vignetting.
Pentax has released no other details about the camera, including specifications and price.