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05-15-2016, 03:04 PM - 1 Like   #2056
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I upgraded to the K-5IIs from the K-01 and could not be happier Here's a few of my favorite shots from the past year:

Super-Takumar 50mm 8-element @ f/1.4


DA 15mm Ltd. @ f/8


DA 18-135mm, 18mm @ f/8


05-16-2016, 07:27 AM - 2 Likes   #2057
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Nice shots cafazufar !

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05-17-2016, 05:42 PM   #2058
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Yucca Flowers with Sigma 70-300
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QuoteOriginally posted by cafazucar Quote
I upgraded to the K-5IIs from the K-01 and could not be happier Here's a few of my favorite shots from the past year:
Very nice shots! Yes the K5IIs is a wonderful camera!

QuoteOriginally posted by fs999 Quote
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Love all those FS! I liked the Monkey 47..is it good stuff?

Otis says the glass is full of "Purple Poison"...and probably what you used to murder that little yellow birdie. No more Awards from Otis until you show proof he is still alive and well, and not turned into yellow cream gravy.

QuoteOriginally posted by TinaS Quote
Yucca Flowers with Sigma 70-300
Lovely shot Tina...the K5IIs is working very nicely for you!

Don't sell the K5IIs short....it's a great camera!

One was shot with the K5IIs and one with the K1. One at ISO 1600 and one at ISO 6400. Check the Exif.




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QuoteOriginally posted by Rupert Quote
I liked the Monkey 47..is it good stuff?
One of the best gin !

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Otis says the glass is full of "Purple Poison"...and probably what you used to murder that little yellow birdie.
No it's poison for squirrels who don't give awards

K-1 is top of the top !
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QuoteOriginally posted by fs999 Quote
No it's poison for squirrels who don't give awards

K-1 is top of the top !
My sympathy FS....show the little birdie unless you ate him and Otis will be back to normal.....if he ever was normal?

Yes, K1 is #1.

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Common Tailor bird from my kitchen window. It was on a guava tree.
With my Sigma 50-500

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QuoteOriginally posted by siva.ss.kumar Quote
Common Tailor bird from my kitchen window. It was on a guava tree.
Love it! Nice shot!

We have a guy here that used to shoot the cutest little yellow breasted bird........but it is rumored he cooked him in a gourmet dish and ate him. So keep your little yellow birdie near, this guy may be some kind of "yellow bird predator".


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Some more to post before migrating to the Post your K-1 photos

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QuoteOriginally posted by fs999 Quote
Some more to post before migrating to the Post your K-1 photos



Another great set Frederick. I especially like the detail in the grated parm... making me hungry.


You squeezed every last drop from that K-5IIs over the past year or so, and I can't begin to imagine what you will do with a K-1 in your masterful hands.


Looking forward to following your post's in the other thread.
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QuoteOriginally posted by TinaS Quote
Yucca Flowers with Sigma 70-300
ravishing as usual, FS!

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QuoteOriginally posted by Rupert Quote
Very nice shots! Yes the K5IIs is a wonderful camera!



Love all those FS! I liked the Monkey 47..is it good stuff?

Otis says the glass is full of "Purple Poison"...and probably what you used to murder that little yellow birdie. No more Awards from Otis until you show proof he is still alive and well, and not turned into yellow cream gravy.



Lovely shot Tina...the K5IIs is working very nicely for you!

Don't sell the K5IIs short....it's a great camera!

One was shot with the K5IIs and one with the K1. One at ISO 1600 and one at ISO 6400. Check the Exif.




Regards!
Very interesting comparison, from one perspective, and great raccoons, from another (one of my favorite books as a child was 'Rascal' by Sterling North, about a boy and his pet raccoon.

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QuoteOriginally posted by siva.ss.kumar Quote
Common Tailor bird from my kitchen window. It was on a guava tree.
With my Sigma 50-500
Great bird, Siva!
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QuoteOriginally posted by Erictator Quote
Another great set Frederick. I especially like the detail in the grated parm... making me hungry.


You squeezed every last drop from that K-5IIs over the past year or so, and I can't begin to imagine what you will do with a K-1 in your masterful hands.


Looking forward to following your post's in the other thread.
Thank you Eric !
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K-5 iiS is great camera.

K5iiS +bad lens = good job
k5iis +good lens= perfect job

k5iiS and FA 35mm f2


K5iiS and Makinon 135mm f2.8 (Non macro version)
[IMG]makinon 135mm f4[/IMG]
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QuoteOriginally posted by siva.ss.kumar Quote
Common Tailor bird from my kitchen window. It was on a guava tree.
With my Sigma 50-500
I like this intriguing bird!

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Thank you Eric !
I liked the grated parmesan too, but also the dreamy green landscape.
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Thank you jva59 !
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