Prototype of the world famous Asahi Pentax 6x7. Specifications very close to the
mass-produced 6x7, introduced to the word's markets in June 1969.
Nexa still video camera
A still video camera, seen in 1983 photo magazines. B&W photo stored on floppy-disk.
No data available.
EI-C? still video camera
Name unknown to me (maybe EI-C50 or EI-C60). Analog still video camera, seen in 1988 photo
magazines. B&W photo stored on floppy-disk. Zoom 3x. 10sec. audio recording allowed.
still video camera (1990)
Analog still video camera. Hi-band 2" floppy-disk. 8-24mm f2.8-5.6 zoom lens. Active
IR autofocus. Shutter speeds 1/8 to 1000 sec. at 5fps. A special accessory (EI-A70)
allowed 10 to 20sec. audio recording.
digital camera (1996)
Color digital still video camera, displayed at PMA1996. 768x480 pixel resolution. The
mass-produced version featured small improvements over the prototype and was put on sale
in July 1997.
digital SLR camera (2000)
Digital SLR camera, displayed at Photokina 2000, jointly
developed with Philips Semiconductors. Full frame (24x36mm) 6Mpixel resolution and Pentax
bayonet mount. It was abandoned in October 2001.
digital SLR camera (2001)
Digital SLR camera, displayed at PMA2001. 3Mpixel resolution and
3x zoom lens. Jointly developed with Hewlett-Packard, it was intended as an improvement
over the EI-2000. The mass-produced version never saw