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04-25-2018, 04:47 AM   #151
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Great for full 360 panos

Still using this great lens for my panos and for those who want to use it on the K1, use at 15mm for full frame coverage...! See my page at 360cities here: Richard Novossiltzeff, panoramic photographer - 360Cities and here: Roundme - create Stock 360 VR panoramic pictures virtual tour online

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Sunset over Humboldt Bay, shot with the KP:

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Samoa Bridge:
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QuoteOriginally posted by northcoastgreg Quote
Covered bridge in Bayside, CA:






The last image is my fave....what a fun lens to shoot with, and the covered bridge is a great subject.

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QuoteOriginally posted by NatureSeeker808 Quote
The last image is my fave....what a fun lens to shoot with, and the covered bridge is a great subject.
Thanks. Agreed, it is a fun lens to shoot with.

A very different subject: Eureka Marina at dusk, shot with KP:


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That is a stunning photo.
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That is a stunning photo.
Thanks.

The 10-17 is a great lens for shooting immense mountains reflecting in large lakes, as we here see with this shot of Red Eagle Mountain reflecting in St. Mary Lake:



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QuoteOriginally posted by northcoastgreg Quote
The 10-17 is a great lens for shooting immense mountains reflecting in large lakes, as we here see with this shot of Red Eagle Mountain reflecting in St. Mary Lake:
Wow!. You really know how to make this lens work.

Are you considering the 11-18 when it comes out?
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QuoteOriginally posted by Kevin B123 Quote
Wow!. You really know how to make this lens work.
Thanks.

QuoteOriginally posted by Kevin B123 Quote
Are you considering the 11-18 when it comes out?
Actually, no. I'm sure the 11-18 will be a great lens — best in class and all that — but I already own a Samyang 10 and DA 12-24, and I don't use those lenses all that often. I'm not going to drop ~$1,000 on a speciality lens I rarely use. Plus I expect the 11-18 will be over a pound in weight, not what I want in an APS-C lens. I shoot APS-C in part for the lower weight. If I'm going to shoot a wide angle to normal lens that weighs more than a pound, might as well move on to FF.
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QuoteOriginally posted by northcoastgreg Quote
Thanks.

The 10-17 is a great lens for shooting immense mountains reflecting in large lakes, as we here see with this shot of Red Eagle Mountain reflecting in St. Mary Lake:
Hi Greg

Stunning as usual.

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Stunning as usual.
Thanks Dave.

Here's a shot of the Smith River in Northern California:

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Hi Greg

What a nice birthday present
A river named after me
Thankyou ....Thankyou......Thankyou

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What a nice birthday present
A river named after me
Happy birthday! I had no idea the Smith River was named after you. Here i had thought it was named after Jedediah Smith, the 19th century mountain man and explorer. But perhaps you are a descendant of the great Jedediah?

Another of Smith River:

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QuoteOriginally posted by northcoastgreg Quote
Happy birthday! I had no idea the Smith River was named after you. Here i had thought it was named after Jedediah Smith, the 19th century mountain man and explorer. But perhaps you are a descendant of the great Jedediah?

Another of Smith River:
Hi Greg

Another nice shot there
I thought you were being kind

Realation ? only if he's a miner in the Mid English mines

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was pentax the first to bring out a fisheye zoom, as i find it brilliant i had a 35mm with my 6x7 eons past cool but not as cool as a FE zoom i want a full frame fe zoom, regards ian
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