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12-22-2012, 02:21 AM - 9 Likes   #1
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Adam decides.....
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The sharpness, the clarity, the colours....WOW.

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Just got mine but with the weather we have, not much to shoot...but our cat will be a target soon....here kitty...here kitty kitty!!

Photo of my sigma 15 - 30mm taken with my sigma 17 - 70 2.8-4.5. I am amazed at the details even this mid priced lens has

1/160 f4 iso 6400 at 58mm



This was taken with the sigma 15 - 30mm..I am amazed how much faster it focuses then the 17 -70 2.8 -4.5

1/80 f6.3 iso 400 at 30mm


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Wow! The colour depth is impressive! Good one there slip!
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Wow! The colour depth is impressive! Good one there slip!
Thanks!
The thing that impressed me the most is they are taken at high ISO... I think it was 3200 in artificial light. So far I have found having the EV at +.7 keeps the noise lower without over exposure.. Not sure about outside yet. It is a big learning curve compared to the k10 but with some time it is going to be my best investment by far

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Yes it does! The k5iis punches above its weight and it will be a matter of time everybody realises its immense potential.

My pictures are all cropped btw
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Haven't had too much chance to use it, but here's one from a walk soon after I received mine.

K5 IIs, FA* 300/4.5 + P F 1.7x AFA (510mm f7.7). 1/250, lens wide open (AFA converts and rounds to f8), ISO 4500, handheld. Shot in jpeg, very mild NR and sharpening in post.


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Haven't had too much chance to use it, but here's one from a walk soon after I received mine.

K5 IIs, FA* 300/4.5 + P F 1.7x AFA (510mm f7.7). 1/250, lens wide open (AFA converts and rounds to f8), ISO 4500, handheld. Shot in jpeg, very mild NR and sharpening in post.


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That is seriously clean for ISO 4500.. and seriously sharp for 1.7x teleconverter!
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