Pentax has unveiled the K-3, the DSLR successor the K-5II and K-5IIs, which sports a 24MP CMOS sensor and a new shake reduction system. We take a closer look in our first look video

The Pentax K-3, an interchangeable lens DSLR, is the new flagship model of the K-series, combining existing traits of the previous models in the series with a hefty number of new features.

Chief among the improvements is the new CMOS sensor, manufactured by Sony, which offers 24 effective megapixels of resolution.

One unique feature of the camera is its original new shake reduction (SR) mechanism, which uses an SR-dedicated servo controller to compensate for camera-shake when used in conjunction with any Pentax lens.

To find out more, take a look at our Pentax K-3 first look video below.