Pentax has shown a pair of exciting future products at PMA 2006. First up is an as-yet-unnamed SLR, with a 10-megapixel sensor. Details are so far very sparse, but the camera is expected to launch in the autumn. WDC will bring more news as we receive it.

Pentax has shown a pair of exciting future products at PMA 2006. First up is an as-yet-unnamed SLR, with a 10-megapixel sensor. Details are so far very sparse, but the camera is expected to launch in the autumn. WDC will bring more news as we receive it.

Second, Pentax has displayed a digital version of its popular 645 format camera. The Pentax 645 Digital is an interchangeable-lens model, accepting existing lenses from the 645 system. The Kodak-developed sensor is expected to have 18.6 million total pixels, offering 18 million effective pixels. Prices and further information for both cameras has yet to be announced.

Find out more at www.pentax.co.uk.