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12-25-2012, 07:21 PM - 7 Likes   #1
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In Praise of the K5/K5II

My own review of the K5 and how it became my most loved camera.






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12-25-2012, 07:32 PM   #2
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Enjoyed that article very much. Thanks for posting.
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Wonderful image and a great article!

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Thank you

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Very interesting, and thanks so much for sharing.
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Well done! Thanks, I feel much better now about the K5 I ordered the other day.
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Great article! I agree, the K5/K5II is an excellent camera for landscapes with the small form factor, excellent sensor and pro-level WR.
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In my opinion u legt out the best feature of k5 series. The possibility to move the sensor to creqte a perfect composition. 2mm seems nothing but actually they make a great improvement sometimes, and they facilitatethe tilting in pp. In adducrion working with ball head is eifficult to find the perfect composition.

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QuoteOriginally posted by jonny1986 Quote
In my opinion u legt out the best feature of k5 series. The possibility to move the sensor to creqte a perfect composition. 2mm seems nothing but actually they make a great improvement sometimes, and they facilitatethe tilting in pp. In adducrion working with ball head is eifficult to find the perfect composition.
I haven't used that feature yet. It might save me some time in cropping during post. Will try it then. Thanks.
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