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04-13-2014, 04:23 AM - 1 Like   #1
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I still love my K-5

I still love my K-5

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04-13-2014, 06:31 AM   #2
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Yeah. Even if new cameras come, a good camera stays a good camera! Great photo, too
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And why wouldn't you? Beautiful shot. Camera bodies will come and go which just makes them easier to buy later.
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I love my k5 it has done nothing but the best for me and great shot.

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Great sales pitch for the former flagship! That 16M sensor will never go bad, whatever comes after
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Nice photo. Yeah, I love mine also, though I've only had it about a year and I'm the third (at least) owner. Noticeably nicer in many ways than my old K100dSuper, and that camera is no slouch given the vintage. Though the K-5 is now about 3.5 years old, I still consider it capable on a "current" basis. I wonder when the time will come that I don't consider it "current"?
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I'm still new with my K-5, and I love it too.
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I've had my K-5 since 2011. I'm happy with it. I see the photos...I can't imagine sharper photographs...even those blown up to 8 X 10 or 11 X 14 compared to a friend's Canon 5d2 full format.

Maybe at 16 X 20 or poster size...I might be able to detect a difference. I dunno.

BTW...my K10D...up to 400 ISO and my K-m up to 800 ISO...are pretty darn close.

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The K-5 has a very fine sensor. You could print as large as you wanted. I had some gorgeous 20 x 30 inch prints made off my K10D for pete's sake. I'm sure my K-5 will be able to best that easily.
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