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Trondheim Cathedral
Lens: Pentax 16-50mm@16mm Camera: Pentax K7 Photo Location: Norway ISO: 200 Shutter Speed: 1/180s Aperture: F9.5 
Posted By: photomax7, 09-27-2017, 02:37 AM

A striking building.

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09-27-2017, 08:50 AM   #2
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Cool. I know this building well.
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Cool. I know this building well.
Thanks Janse...it certainly doesn't lack attention to detail...stunning.
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QuoteOriginally posted by photomax7 Quote
A striking building.
A fascinating photo taken with an unjustly maligned lens. Beautiful composition,,, RGB and all!

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A fascinating photo taken with an unjustly maligned lens. Beautiful composition,,, RGB and all!
Thanks for commenting Mikesul...unfortunately the SDM failed after this trip...ended up converting it to screwdrive...no problems since.
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QuoteOriginally posted by photomax7 Quote
Thanks for commenting Mikesul...unfortunately the SDM failed after this trip...ended up converting it to screwdrive...no problems since.
Oh boy! It was famous for that. I was lucky with mine but I think the 16-50 was the most SDM problem prone. How do you like the screwdrive?
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Oh boy! It was famous for that. I was lucky with mine but I think the 16-50 was the most SDM problem prone. How do you like the screwdrive?
It might be a tad faster...not to loud for me...and know it will work...hope yours fares better Mikesul. (p.s. also have the 50-135mm same issue, same cure...never found this lens particularly fast either method).
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Very nice shot. Very sharp with lots of crisp lines.


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Very nice shot. Very sharp with lots of crisp lines. Your lens seems to be the DA 16-45mm only with a SDM motor, right? When converted back to screw drive, you basically have the 16-45, plus a minuscule 5mm.
The other bonus for me is the WR...bought it for a trip to Iceland (heavy rain in Rekyavik) which kept me shooting - also suits the Scottish climate...recently purchased the Pentax 12-24mm to pair it with at the wide end...thanks for commenting Dewman.
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Nice! You were lucky with the weather as well

Legend has it that the cathedral will slide into the river the day it is completed. To avoid that happening there's a bricklayer on the western wall who makes sure the last brick will never be laid

(Not my image)
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Nice! You were lucky with the weather as well

Legend has it that the cathedral will slide into the river the day it is completed. To avoid that happening there's a bricklayer on the western wall who makes sure the last brick will never be laid

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Thanks for the information savoche...walked around the building but don't remember seeing that element...the 16-50mm was the only lens with me that day...I shall look at my pics again to see if I can spot it.
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