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And yes, you can take that with a $30 zoom
Lens: Tokina SD II 70-210 Camera: K200D Photo Location: TOULON ISO: 200 
Posted By: bygp, 05-16-2016, 08:44 PM

almost untouched DNG file.

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but the goal was not a shooting trip but sunbathing and swim on this Holy day rememberance...
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The Pentax K200D was my first camera and as you've shown still takes good shots.
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QuoteOriginally posted by eaglem Quote
The Pentax K200D was my first camera and as you've shown still takes good shots.
Less Mpixels, more noise but I'm sometime thinking the colour sensibility of its CCD has something amazing, one of the best ont the market IMO.


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