Ricoh Imaging is set to introduce three new colors for the company’s Pentax K-S1 DSLR camera in what it calls the 'Sweets Collection'. Already available in 12 different main body colors, the 20-million-pixel APS-C camera will now also come with a white body featuring cyan, yellow or magenta colored panels. The company has named these Strawberry Cake, Blue Cream Soda and Lime Pie, and each features the trademark colored light strip on the handgrip of the original K-S1 that was launched back in August.
Lomography introduces a new color-negative film with turquoise color shifting
On the heels of the wildly popular LomoChrome Purple, Lomography has announced a new color shifting flavor of film. LomoChrome Turquoise XR 100-400 pushes the lighter portions of photos into shades of emerald and turquoise and changes blue skies golden.
The film is available for preorder in 35mm and 120 formats, with an expected delivery of April 2015. Although the film produces funky results it is processed using standard C-41 chemicals—which means you can drop it anywhere that processes film. There are only 5,000 rolls available though, and these limited Lomo film-stocks tend to sell quickly, so if you want to try it out you better pre-order a pack of rolls soon.