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09-26-2009, 03:51 AM   #16
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The DA21 is useful for panos, so thought I'd share that as well. here is a pano taken with the DA21/3.2

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SMC Pentax-DA 1:2.8 40mm Limited

Gotta love this lens:



















It's my only DA ltd (for now ) but I love it. It's absolutely great lens.

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10-01-2009, 08:29 AM   #21
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Some really fine pics so far, tough to follow axl's submissions but somebody has to so I'll try this one.
DA 21mm Limited



I've taken so many pictures of Spike that I think he knows what's going on. I didn't ask him to be in this pic but when I set the tripod down and started composing he ran over to this spot and "posed". The thing is, he's doing it over and over. One of the pictures this day he crossed the little creek and "posed" under a fern.......which hid him in the picture, lol, but by golly he made a water crossing to do his job:-).
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QuoteOriginally posted by Eaglerapids Quote
Some really fine pics so far, tough to follow axl's submissions but somebody has to so I'll try this one.
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I've taken so many pictures of Spike that I think he knows what's going on. I didn't ask him to be in this pic but when I set the tripod down and started composing he ran over to this spot and "posed". The thing is, he's doing it over and over. One of the pictures this day he crossed the little creek and "posed" under a fern.......which hid him in the picture, lol, but by golly he made a water crossing to do his job:-).
you've done more than briliantly!
I love that shot!
I think I should put this thread on my "banned" list if there is such option in thread tools. Otherwise I'll end up getting 21ltd. It seems to render very much like 40 (which I love more than 31) so it's really tempting!
But I think 10-20/21/24/31/40/50/50-135 would be kind of overkill
D*!?ed LBA!!!
(from the left): stay strong, stay strong... you are saving for tele
(from the right): forget tele, go to streets...21..21..21...
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I think I've been spending too much time around here

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Certainly, the DA 21mm is a performer.

For wide, expansive outdoors shots:



or intimate, close up shots:



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Axl, I would love to see what your eye and the DA 21 Limited could produce:-).
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The DA 35mm Ltd has to be a gem of a lens.
Your shot of the candles is superb.
Here is a shot I took of a Tamron Adaptall lens at a distance of approx 12", using my DA 35mm.
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QuoteOriginally posted by legacyb4 Quote
Certainly, the DA 21mm is a performer.

For wide, expansive outdoors shots:



or intimate, close up shots:

QuoteOriginally posted by Eaglerapids Quote
Axl, I would love to see what your eye and the DA 21 Limited could produce:-).
you two are not really helping, are you?

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Jeff, that 'Canada Place' image is phenomenal...I didn't know the DA21 had this in it ....I've got to learn to use it better....
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@wowtip Is that a crop? Either that or you must move incredibly stealthily in order to not have spooked the cricket!

@pccarfan Thanks; just happened to get a combination of great weather, lighting, and no people plus it's a great little lens despite its deceiving size.

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Jeff, that 'Canada Place' image is phenomenal...I didn't know the DA21 had this in it ....I've got to learn to use it better....
Here's another DA 21mm that I am personally fond of:

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