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04-05-2011, 01:42 AM   #1
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[langtitle=de]Shake Reduction[/langtitle]

Hallo,
ich habe soeben die K5 neu erhalten und wundere mich über ein stark fühlbares Wackeln im Inneren der Kamera. Sie macht einwandfrei Bilder, ist das wirklich nur das Shake Reduction System??? Im Vergelich zu der K7 ist da nämlich kaum etwas wahrnehmbar...
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It is the shake reduction. See this thread:

https://www.pentaxforums.com/forums/general-technical-troubleshooting/94122-b...lr-camera.html
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QuoteOriginally posted by Wolter Quote
Hallo,
ich habe soeben die K5 neu erhalten und wundere mich über ein stark fühlbares Wackeln im Inneren der Kamera. Sie macht einwandfrei Bilder, ist das wirklich nur das Shake Reduction System??? Im Vergelich zu der K7 ist da nämlich kaum etwas wahrnehmbar...
Besten Dank für Eure Hilfe
More likely the "Dust Removal" is set on start-up. Go to
Menu, settings (the little wrench), 4, Dust Removal. See if the box is "checked". I leave mine on just to clear dust off the sensor at start-up; don't know how much good it does but it doesn't do any harm.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Wolter Quote
Hallo,
ich habe soeben die K5 neu erhalten und wundere mich über ein stark fühlbares Wackeln im Inneren der Kamera. Sie macht einwandfrei Bilder, ist das wirklich nur das Shake Reduction System??? Im Vergelich zu der K7 ist da nämlich kaum etwas wahrnehmbar...
Besten Dank für Eure Hilfe
Well, O.K., shake reduction can be the culprit also -

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Also das fühlt sich so an, als ob ein kompletter Block im Inneren der Kamera rumpoltert... kann das wirklich das Shake Reduction System sein? Bei meiner alten K7 merht man nämlich fast nix...
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Yes. It's normal.
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If the sound is produced when you rotate the camera from portrait to landscape, it is the orientation sensor.
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No it's not.

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QuoteOriginally posted by Wolter Quote
Also das fühlt sich so an, als ob ein kompletter Block im Inneren der Kamera rumpoltert... kann das wirklich das Shake Reduction System sein? Bei meiner alten K7 merht man nämlich fast nix...
Wolter, when posting on an English-speaking forum relying on Google translate, you really should care more about how you formulate or post in one of the many German-speaking Pentax forums.

It already is pretty amazing Google properly translated "nix". But what did you expect the rest of the world to understand when you used "rumpoltert" ?
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I was really beginning to enjoy Wolters' syntax. Now the K-5 has a Poltergeist inside...
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Try putting on a 300mm lens and turning on both shake reduction and movie recording... moving the camera produces the most astonishing noises as the SR tries to compensate enough for that glass.
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QuoteOriginally posted by jstevewhite Quote
Try putting on a 300mm lens and turning on both shake reduction and movie recording... moving the camera produces the most astonishing noises as the SR tries to compensate enough for that glass.
You can also just attach a manual lens (or just the body cap) and set SR to the max focal length (800?).

Then liveview and movie mode (or whatever you have it set to use SR) will be crazy. You can also set it on solid table, tap it, and have it reach an unsteady state!
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