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02-06-2019, 12:11 AM - 1 Like   #2716
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I might have used up my photography luck for the year.
Don't give up this early in the year.

Congrats on the Explores. Well done.

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Don't give up this early in the year.Congrats on the Explores. Well done.
Thanks again Ray.
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Sunset over Savage River, Tasmania. K-S2 + DA 18-135.
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Cold, snowy weather demands I use the 18-135.















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Cold, snowy weather demands I use the 18-135.
More great work from you Chris. You make this lens look like a Limited. :-)
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Cold, snowy weather demands I use the 18-135.
Nice work, indeed. Every one of those is excellent. TFS.
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now, it's turned up 2.5 years for me using 18-135, and alots of zooming on many weather conditions, until now i didn't see any dirt, moisture in
that mean the WR seals effective and still going strong
the SP fluorine is also a big bless for easier cleaning without too much babysiting, the front surface still new shiny like fresh virgin

the len is such great example of crop ideal travelzoom len should be

The Nikon, Canon, Sony, Tamron, Sigma ones made me disappointed, they think those features are just too luxury to add on low consumer products

i also look at Fujifilm and Olympus ones, that look similar level as Pentax, but not sure if there are fluorine

now i really hope that pentax can release a HD version, or maybe a little bit more range like 18-250, 18-300
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Poles Apart. In the forecourt of Sydney Museum. Unfortunately, I did not read the plaque to find out the significance of this installation. I will go back next week.



Converging verticals deliberately not straightened.

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K-3 with DA 18-135mm



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Powder day antics at Crested Butte over the weekend.




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QuoteOriginally posted by mattb123 Quote
Powder day antics at Crested Butte over the weekend.
You left something out of the third picture.
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Luderitz at night. With 18-135 at 135 mm. THis lens really can do anything Sports, landscapes, macro, night shots, portrait You name it

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Iím now on my second 18-135 having sold an earlier copy and enjoying it more this time around. Photo 1 is cropped and was taken yesterday on my current lens. Photos 2&3 were taken on the previous one.

Photo 1 Wood carving at Ickworth Park, UK. K-70 ISO 100, 18mm, f/3.5

Photo 2 Buggati T51 Grand prix car. K-30 ISO 100, 78mm, f/5.6

Photo 3 Thornton Force, Yorkshire, UK . K-30 ISO 100, 53mm, f/9



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