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03-31-2021, 03:19 PM   #16
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QuoteOriginally posted by c.a.m Quote
The preliminary Operating Manual (linked by @angerdan), English version, page 36, shows:

Setup Menu page 4 > Smartphone Link > Store Location Info (ON/OFF)
Records the location information of the communication device in captured images.

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And the thing @angerdan linked as a quick start guide actually contains the wireless communication guide. It’s a bit short on details, but yes, can be used to geotag images over Bluetooth. I really, really, really want to see if they managed to get WiFi image transfer to move at a pace faster than molasses in January on a glacier.

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QuoteOriginally posted by stevebrot Quote
I am surprised to see Electronic shutter missing as a live view option. Perhaps as a firmware feature, eh?


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Came up in a dialog between Wakashiro-san and one of the ambassadors during a CP+ session. The ambassador was disappointed by its absence. Wakashiro-san indicated he was as well but thought it would be feasible as a firmware update.

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QuoteOriginally posted by microlight Quote
I was hoping to see in the user guide, whether the Bluetooth could be used to get GPS coordinates from a smartphone, but it only says to refer to the wireless communication guide for details of connectivity, so will need to go looking for that.
The camera does receive GPS-data via bluetooth from a smartphone for sure, but it's not written inside the manuals.
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Compatibility with Bluetooth Low Energy The PENTAX K-3 Mark III is compatible with Bluetooth 4.2 for transferring the position data detected by a mobile device to the camera via Image Sync and recording it on a captured image, making it simple to organize images captured in the field
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The operating manual as linked elsewhere says USB Tethering is via the optional Image Transmitter 2. So unless there is an update to Image Transmitter 2 than the current SDK APIs should work.

Does that mean Image Transmitter 2 is still being sold? Not necessarily, the accessory guide posted for the K-3iii lists the Refconverter-A, Extension Tube Set K and Reverse Adapter K. All of which are years out of production. BTW there is a line drawing of the Hot Shoe Cove O-HC177 if you want to get an idea of what the cover looks like.

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QuoteOriginally posted by Not a Number Quote
The operating manual as linked elsewhere says USB Tethering is via the optional Image Transmitter 2. So unless there is an update to Image Transmitter 2 than the current SDK APIs should work.

Does that mean Image Transmitter 2 is still being sold? Not necessarily, the accessory guide posted for the K-3iii lists the Refconverter-A, Extension Tube Set K and Reverse Adapter K. All of which are years out of production. BTW there is a line drawing of the Hot Shoe Cove O-HC177 if you want to get an idea of what the cover looks like.

Accessories | PENTAX K-3 Mark III | RICOH IMAGING
We will have to see if they release an updated Image Transmitter 2 when the K-3 iii ships. Right now, it appears one can download it from the Ricoh Imaging website. The operating manual also indicates that one can set the USB mode on the camera to CD-ROM (or something like that), and then connecting the camera to a computer via USB will mount a disk that contains the software, which I imagine includes DCU and Image Transmitter 2. I wonder if we’ll be lucky enough to be able to tether in Lightroom.

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QuoteOriginally posted by mtkeller Quote
We will have to see if they release an updated Image Transmitter 2 when the K-3 iii ships. Right now, it appears one can download it from the Ricoh Imaging website. The operating manual also indicates that one can set the USB mode on the camera to CD-ROM (or something like that), and then connecting the camera to a computer via USB will mount a disk that contains the software, which I imagine includes DCU and Image Transmitter 2. I wonder if we’ll be lucky enough to be able to tether in Lightroom.
IT2 isn't available for download, only the uodate for existing installations.
There's no IT2 included in the camera's memory.
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Missing from your list under White Balance, is the Multi-Auto WB mode, which was introduced on the K-3, and is continued on the K-3iii.

I note that the USB-C connector (a welcome addition) only uses the 3.1 protocol, and not the higher-speed 3.2, which, while always desirable, may not be necessary for this application (and anyway, it isn’t there). I hope, though, that the K-1ii successor, which will almost certainly have a higher pixel density than the K-1ii, will adopt the higher speed version.
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QuoteOriginally posted by angerdan Quote
IT2 isn't available for download, only the uodate for existing installations.
There's no IT2 included in the camera's memory.
Hmmm…yup…I stand corrected. Checked more carefully, and it’s just DCU 5 that’s stored in the camera’s memory. Seems odd that the tethering software isn’t just something that they make available. I could only find two copies of IT2 available for sale, on CD, from eBayers in Japan for US$199.99.

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QuoteOriginally posted by RobA_Oz Quote
I note that the USB-C connector (a welcome addition) only uses the 3.1 protocol, and not the higher-speed 3.2, which, while always desirable, may not be necessary for this application (and anyway, it isn’t there).
Do you mean 3.2 Gen 1 vs 3.2 Gen 2?
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QuoteOriginally posted by mtkeller Quote
Do you mean 3.2 Gen 1 vs 3.2 Gen 2?
My understanding was that 3.2 can run at twice the maximum speed of 3.1, by using two-lane operation. I'm happy to be corrected, of course.
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QuoteOriginally posted by RobA_Oz Quote
My understanding was that 3.2 can run at twice the maximum speed of 3.1, by using two-lane operation. I'm happy to be corrected, of course.
The specs for the K-3 iii pretty clearly say USB 3.2 Gen 1. There is a USB 3.2 Gen 2 that is twice as fast as Gen 1.
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QuoteOriginally posted by mtkeller Quote
The specs for the K-3 iii pretty clearly say USB 3.2 Gen 1. There is a USB 3.2 Gen 2 that is twice as fast as Gen 1.
Well, I stand corrected. I'd thought I read 3.1, but I see the OP has 3.2 Gen 1.
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For your reading enjoyment I have provided the specifications as provided by Ricoh, with a few additions and clarifications pilfered from elsewhere in Ricoh's documentation.

TypeTTL autofocus, auto-exposure SLR digital-still camera
Lens MountPENTAX KAF2 bayonet mount (AF coupler, lens information contacts, K-mount with power contacts)
Compatible LensKAF4, KAF3, KAF2 (power zoom compatible), KAF, KA mount lenses fully compatible
 K mount (K and M-series) with restrictions
 M42, 645 and 6x7 lenses with the approrpiate adapter with restrictions
Image Capture Unit 
Image SensorPrimary color filter, back-lit CMOS. Size: 23.3 x 15.5 (mm)
Effective PixelsApprox. 25.73 megapixels
Total PixelsApprox. 26.78 megapixels
Dust RemovalImage sensor cleaning using ultrasonic vibrations "DR II"
SensitivityISO AUTO, ISO Manual 100 to 1600000 (EV steps can be set to 1EV, 1/2EV or 1/3EV)
Image StabilizerSensor-shift shake reduction "SR II"(5-axis), Auto/Panning/Off
AA Filter SimulatorMoiré reduction using SR unit.
 OFF/Low/High/Bracketing(2 images)/Bracketing (3 images)
File Formats 
File FormatRAW (PEF/DNG), JPEG (Exif 2.3), DCF2.0 compliant
Recorded PixelsJPEG:L(26M:6192x4128)、M(15M:4752x3168)、S(9M:3648x2432)、XS(2M:1920x1280)
 RAW(26M:6192x4128)
Quality LevelRAW (14bit): PEF, DNG
 JPEG: ★★★ (Best), ★★ (Better), ★ (Good), RAW + JPEG simultaneous capturing available
Color SpacesRGB、AdobeRGB
Storage MediumSD, SDHC and SDXC Memory Cards UHS-1/UHS-II compatible (UHS-II is only available for the memory card inserted in the SD1 slot.)
Dual SD SlotSequential Use, Save to Both, Separate RAW/JPG, Image copy between slots possible
Storage FolderFolder Name: Date (100_1018,101_1019...) or User assigned folder name (Default "PENTX")
Recording FileFile Name: ""IMGP****"" or User assigned file name
 File name numbering: Sequential, Reset
Viewfinder 
TypePentaprism Finder
Coverage (FOV)Approx. 100%
MagnificationApprox. 1.05x (FA 50mmF1.4 at infinity)
Eye-Relief LengthApprox. 20.5mm (from the view window), Approx. 22.0mm (from the center of lens)
Diopter adjustmentApprox. -4.0m to + 1.0m-1
Focusing ScreenNatural-Bright-Matte III focusing screen
Viewfinder OverlayAF Points, Grid Display, Electronic Level, AF Frame, Spot Metering Frame, Crop, Smart Function, Operation Control Lock
Live View 
TypeTTL method using image sensor
Focusing MechanismContrast detection (Auto Area, Zone Select, Tracking, Select(L/M/S), Spot)
FunctionsFocus Peaking, Face detection, Touch AF
DisplayField of View approx. 100%, Magnified view (up to 16x),
Grid Display4x4 Grid, Golden Section, Scale, Square(L), Square(S), Grid Color: Black/Gray/White ), Histogram, Bright area warning, Composition Adjustment
LCD Monitor 
TypeWide viewing angle TFT color LCD, Air-gapless glass
Size3.2 inch (aspect ratio 3:2)
DotsApprox. 1620K dots
Touch ScreenCapacitive sensing method
AdjustmentBrightness, Saturation and Colors adjustable
Outdoor View SettingAdjustable ±2 step
Night Vision LCD DisplayON/OFF
White Balance 
TypeMethod using a combination of the image sensor and the RGBIr sensor
White BalanceAUTO WB, Multi Auto WB, Daylight, Shade, Cloudy, Fluorescent Light (D Daylight Color, N Daylight White, W Cool White, L Warm White), Tungsten Light, CTE,
 Manual WB (up to 3 settings), Color Temperature Configuration (up to 3 settings), Copying the white balance setting of a captured image
Fine AdjustmentAdjustable ±14 steps on A-B axis or G-M axis
Autofocus System 
TypeTTL: Phase-matching autofocus
Focus SensorSAFOX 13, 101 point (25 cross type focus points)
Brightness RangeEV-4 to 18 (ISO 100 / at normal temperature)
 *-4 EV is only available for AF points that support F2.8 light flux when an F2.8-light-flux compatible lens is attached.
AF modeSingle AF (AF.S), Continuous AF (AF.C)
AF Point SelectionAuto Area, Zone Select, Select, Expanded Area(S, M, L), Select(S), Spot
AF Assist LightDedicated LED AF assist light
Metering 
TypeTTL open aperture metering using 307K pixel RGBIr sensor, Multi-segment, Center-weighted, Spot and Highlight-weighted
Metering RangeEV-3 to 20 (ISO100 at 50mm F1.4)
Exposure ModeScene Analyze Auto, Program, Sensitivity Priority, Shutter Priority, Aperture Priority, Shutter & Aperture Priority, Manual, Bulb, Flash X-sync Speed, USER1, USER2, USER3, USER4, USER5
EV Compensation±5EV (1/2EV steps or 1/3EV steps can be selected)
AE LockButton type (timer type: two times the meter operating time set in Custom Setting);
 Continuous as long as the shutter button is halfway pressed
Shutter 
TypeElectronically controlled vertical-run focal plane shutter
 *Electronic shutter when using Pixel Shift Resolution
Shutter SpeedAuto:1/8000 to 30 sec., Manual:1/8000 to 30 sec. (1/3EV steps or 1/2EV steps), Bulb (Timed exposure setting possible from 1 sec. to 20min.)
Drive Modes 
Mode SelectionSingle Frame, Continuous (H, M, L), Bracketing (2, 3 or 5 frames), Depth of Field Bracketing, Motion Bracketing, Mirror-up, Multi-Exposure(Average/Additive/Bright), Interval Shooting, Interval Composite
Self-timer12s, 2s
Remote Control0s, 3s
Continuous ShootingMax. approx. 12 fps, JPEG ( L: ★★★ at Continuous H): up to approx. 37 frames, RAW: up to approx. 32 frames, RAW+: up to approx. 30 frames
 Max. approx. 7.0 fps, JPEG ( L: ★★★ at Continuous M): up to approx. 60 frames, RAW: up to approx. 37 frames, RAW+: up to approx. 33 frames
 Max. approx. 2.5 fps, JPEG ( L: ★★★ at Continuous L): up to approx. 90 frames, RAW: up to approx. 39 frames, RAW+: up to approx. 37 frames
 * The number of images captured in the continuous shooting mode is an approximate figure, tested at a sensitivity of ISO 100. The number may vary depending on the type of memory card used and/or the photographic conditions.
 * The continuous shooting speed may decrease depending on the type of lens used and/or the aperture, shutter speed and sensitivity selected by the user.
 * A certain amount of time is required for the playback of images captured in the continuous shooting mode. The time required may vary depending on the number of captured images and/or the recording format.
External Flash 
Flash ModesAuto Flash Discharge, Auto Flash + Red-eye Reduction, Flash On, Flash On + Red-eye Reduction, Slow-speed Sync, Slow-speed Sync + Red-eye, P-TTL, Contrast-control-sync, High-speed sync, Wireless sync
 *Contrast-control-sync and High-speed sync requires 2 or more dedicated external flash
 Sync Speed 1/200sec.
Flash Exposure Compensation-2.0 to +1.0EV
Capture Settings 
Custom ImageAuto Select, Bright, Natural, Portrait, Landscape, Vibrant, Radiant, Muted, Flat, Bleach Bypass, Reversal Film, Monochrome, Cross Processing
Cross ProcessRandom, Preset 1-3, Favorite 1-3
Digital FilterExtract Color, Replace Color, Toy Camera, Retro, High Contrast, Shading, Invert Color, Unicolor Bold, Tone Expansion, Bold Monochrome, Grainy Monochrome
ClarityAdjustable ±4 step
Skin ToneType1/Type2
HDRAuto, HDR1, HDR2, HDR3, Advanced HDR, Exposure bracket value adjustable, Automatic composition correction function
Pixel Shift ResolutionAvailable, Motion Correction On/Off
Lens CorrectionDistortion Correction, Peripheral Illumin. Correction, Lateral Chromatic Aberration Correction, Diffraction Correction
D-Range CorrectionHighlight Correction, Shadow Correction
Noise ReductionSlow Shutter Speed NR, High-ISO Noise Reduction
Horizon CorrectionSR On: correction up to 1 degrees, SR Off: correction up to 2 degrees
Composition AdjustmentAdjustment range of ±1.5mm up, down, left or right (±1mm when rotated); Rotating range of ±1 degree
Electronic LevelDisplayed in viewfinder (Horizontal and vertical); Displayed on LCD monitor (Horizontal and vertical)
Program LineAUTO, Normal, Hi-speed Priority, DOF Priority (Deep), DOF Priority (Shallow), MTF Priority
Movie 
File FormatMPEG-4 AVC/H.264(MOV)
Recorded Pixels4K(3840x2160, 30p/24p)
 Full HD(1920x1080, 60p/30p/24p)
SoundBuilt-in stereo microphone, external microphone (stereo recording compatible)
 Recording sound level adjustable, Wind Noise Reduction
Recording TimeUp to 25 minutes or 4GB ; automatically stops recording if the internal temperature of the camera becomes high.
White BalanceAUTO WB, Daylight, Shade, Cloudy, Fluorescent Light (D Daylight Color, N Daylight White, W Cool White, L Warm White), Tungsten Light, CTE,
 Manual WB (up to 3 settings), Color Temperature Configuration (up to 3 settings), Copying the white balance setting of a captured image
Custom ImagesAuto Select, Bright, Natural, Portrait, Landscape, Vibrant, Radiant, Muted, Flat, Bleach Bypass, Reversal Film, Monochrome, Cross Processing
Cross ProcessingRandom, Preset 1-3, Favorite 1-3.
Digital FilterExtract Color, Replace Color, Retro, High Contrast, Invert Color, Unicolor Bold, Bold Monochrome
Playback 
Playback ViewSingle frame, Multi-image display (20, 48, 70 segmentation), Display magnification (up to 16, 100% display, quick zoom and Focus Magnification available), Grid display (4x4 Grid, Golden Section, Scale, Square(L), Square(S), Grid Color: Black/Gray/White), Rotating, Histogram (Y histogram, RGB histogram), Bright area warning, Auto Image Rotation, Detailed information, Copyright information (Photographer, Copyright holder), GPS information (latitude, longitude, altitude, Coordinated Universal Time) , Orientation, Folder Display, Calendar Filmstrip Display
DeleteSingle image, All images, Selected images, Folder, Images on the selected shooting date, Instant review image
Digital FilterBase Parameter Adj, Extract Color, Replace Color, Toy Camera, Retro, High Contrast, Shading, Invert Color, Unicolor Bold, Tone Expansion, Bold Monochrome, Grainy Monochrome, Miniature, Soft, Fish-eye, Slim, Monochrome, Frame Composite
RAW DevelopmentRAW file select:
 Select Single Image, Select Multiple Images, Select a folder, Select a shooting date
 RAW Development Parameter:
 White Balance, Custom Image, Sensitivity, Digital filter, Clarity, Skin Tone, HDR, Pixel Shift Resolution, Distortion Correction, Peripheral Illumin. Corr., Lateral Chromatic Aberration Correction, Diffraction Correction, Color Fringe Correction, High-ISO Noise Reduction, Shadow Correction, File Format (JPEG/TIFF), JPEG Recorded Pixels, JPEG Quality, Aspect Ratio, Color Space
EditProtect, Image Rotation, Image Copy, File Transfer, Save RAW Data in buffer memory, Resize, Cropping (Aspect ratio and Slant adjustment available),
 Levels Adjustment, WB Adjustment, Color Moiré Correction, Movie Edit (Divide or delete selected frames), Capturing a JPEG still picture from a movie
Customization 
SettingsUSER Mode, Fx Button, AF/AE Lock Settings, Preview Dial, E-Dial Programming, Smart Function, Monitor Touch Operation, Eye Sensor, Viewfinder Display, LCD Panel, Monitor Display, Instant Review, Zoom Review, Warning Display, Control Panel, Memory, EV Steps, ISO Sensitivity Steps, Color Temperature Steps, Input MF Lens Focal Length, Save Rotation Information, Aperture Information Record, AF Fine Adjustment, Copyright Information
LanguageEnglish, French, Germany, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Dutch, Danish, Swedish, Finnish, Polish, Czech, Hungarian, Turkish, Greek, Russian, Thai, Korean, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese, Japanese
Power Supply 
Battery TypeRechargeable Lithium-ion Battery D-LI90
AC AdapterAC Adapter Kit K-AC166(Optional)
Battery LifeNumber of recordable images: Approx. 800 images
 Playback time: Approx. 250 minutes
 *With a fully-recharged Rechargeable Lithium-ion Battery. Tested in compliance with CIPA standard.
 Actual results may vary depending on the shooting condition.
Interfaces 
Connection PortUSB Terminal(USB Type-C), External cable switch terminal(2.5mm diameter), X-sync socket, HDMI output terminal (Type D) , Stereo microphone input terminal, Headphone terminal
USB ConnectionUSB 3.2 Gen1, Data Transfer: MTP/CD-ROM, Battery Recharge/Power Supply (Optional AC Adapter required)
Wireless LAN 
StandardsIEEE 802.11b/g/n
Frequency(Center Frequency)2412MHz~2462MHz (1ch~11ch)
SecurityAuthentication: WPA2, Encryption: AES
Bluetooth 
StandardsBluetooth® v4.2 (Bluetooth Low Energy)
Frequency (Center Frequency)2402MHz~2480MHz(CH0~CH39)
Dimensions and Weight 
DimensionsApprox. 134.5mm (W) x103.5mm (H) x 73.5mm (D) (excluding protrusions)
WeightApprox. 820g (Including dedicated battery and SD Memory Card),
 Approx. 735g (body only)
Operating Environment 
Temperature-10°C~40°C (14°F~104°F)
Humidity85% or less (no condensation)
Perhaps make this a sticky @Ole ! Good specs!
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Craig and angerdan - many thanks, lack of GPS was the one thing that was making me waver as I’ve got so used to having it on the K-3II.
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QuoteOriginally posted by stevebrot Quote
I am surprised to see Electronic shutter missing as a live view option. Perhaps as a firmware feature, eh?


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Perhaps.

Electronic Shutter was added as a firmware update to live view for the K-1 in response to the shutter slap issue with that model. Perhaps Ricoh's thinking is that the K-3iii has no shutter slap (lower mass of the shutter curtain)?

Anyway, I think it should have been included - it is a nice feature for macro work. As an alternative one could use pixel shift and get the ES that way (at the cost of long exposure and processing time).
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What knowledge is there about the K3iii and it's Deep Learning Image Recognition Subject Tracking System?

Can you use a smart phone or tablet tethered wireless to sustitute a flip screen when shooting in awkward postitions?
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