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12-10-2010, 10:29 AM   #166
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loving the pics here! has thrown me from lba to cba now >< hope to see more pics soon so that I can upgrade from my kx!

12-10-2010, 11:12 AM   #167
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Wow damn, Pentax really did put out a camera that 'gives FF a run for their money'

Now I just need a time machine and buy it at the current K-7 price
12-10-2010, 11:23 AM   #168
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I hope you all realize that those beautiful shots are also a result of the photographers' skills !?

Cheers.

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Pentax K-5 f6.3 1/50s ASA 800


ASA 1600 1/80s f6.3

ASA 2000 speed 1/6s f13 31mm
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Stupendous, buaobao!
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thanks dadipentak, I saw you've got quite a collections in your portfolio, awesome.

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I think with the K5 you can't blame your equipment any more for bad photos!
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QuoteOriginally posted by ozlizard Quote
I think with the K5 you can't blame your equipment any more for bad photos!
Yeah, I'll miss that.

12-10-2010, 10:55 PM   #174
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One I took today K5/DA35mm 2.8 ltd. A brilliant combination for Macro work.

BE WARNED : NOT FOR THE WEAK STOMACH.

https://www.pentaxforums.com/forums/post-your-photos/125512-macro-not-weak-stomach.html
12-11-2010, 02:11 PM   #175
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All at iso 4000 + WR kitlens
















The camera was wet as hell after my walkabout, didn't miss a beat though.
12-11-2010, 04:58 PM   #176
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QuoteOriginally posted by TLiivo Quote
All at iso 4000 + WR kitlens

The camera was wet as hell after my walkabout, didn't miss a beat though.
All very nice shots, no visible noise in any that I can see. I assume that most of the shots were hand held. If so good SR and a steady hand. I think that the K5 is a great camera. Pentax is just getting better with each issue. It's apparently a great walk-around camera in any weather.
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"Sugar"

Pentax K-5
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1/8s (yes, handheld while lying on floor)
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ISO400

Man, I love this freaking camera


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12-11-2010, 06:49 PM   #178
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Sugar needs to participate in our "Your Pet A Day" thread!

Here's Zoe:


200.0mm, 1/500sec, F/6.3, ISO5000 w/some PP, and content-aware fill at the right margin to get rid of the deck railing:
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A local band playing in my small town. At iso 6400
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A testament to the AF and the very usable ISO 6400 and high dynamic range...I was able to get good focus, stop the action on a dim, cloudy day in the woods with a slow lens, and still maintain the dynamic range necessary to keep the snow from blowing out WHILE capturing details of a black dog.

Try this at home.

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