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11-25-2012, 12:50 PM   #1
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Miniature fliter question/help

Hi Iv been looking at Timelapes with that tilt-shift lens miniature fliter look. I started to play around with the Q only to find that I can't seem to use the Miniature filter well taking photos (interval shooting or other settings) yet some filters do work. Why is it that miniature filter can only be used after the photo is taken? Maybe pentax should make a tilt-shift lens for the Q that would be so fun.
If anyone has any tips for using miniature filter that would be great.

11-25-2012, 12:58 PM   #2
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QuoteOriginally posted by northislander Quote
Maybe pentax should make a tilt-shift lens for the Q that would be so fun.
No tips on the Q but I will agree with you on the tilt-shift. They are available in k-mount so with the K-Q adapter you could get the job done. That might be a really interesting combination.
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