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02-17-2016, 10:11 AM   #16
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QuoteOriginally posted by D1N0 Quote
Looking good.

If that isn't the DFA* 70-200 F2.8 I'll eat the popes hat. (barring Typo's and omissions).
It is 70-200. If you see the picture with water droplets you can see 70-200 marked on the lens.

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Presenting the new Pentax K-1....
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QuoteOriginally posted by enoeske Quote
And the 15-30 in another
Now how to put an ND-filter on that for long exposures :P
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have either of you thought about the power requirements that would need to be met for such a thing to be possible?
Well obviously there would have to be a backup battery of some kind in the screen for when used off-board. When attached, presumably there would be a port that would allow it to draw power form the main battery, and bypass any bluetooth/wireless requirements, in which case it consumption would be more or less the same as with a dedicated attached screen. As far as consumption for transmission goes, this is completely anecdotal, but I can mirror my phone screen over BT to my Amazon Fire, and battery consumption for the phone is not noticeably affected.



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To keep it securely attached to the camera body presumably.
... which would of course be true in any case, but the salient question is why photo 6 appears to it detaching from the undercarriage. Granted, it could be simply to illustrate construction, but it could be something more as well.


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QuoteOriginally posted by Lightograph Quote
It is 70-200. If you see the picture with water droplets you can see 70-200 marked on the lens.
https://www.pentaxforums.com/forums/attachments/16-pentax-news-rumors/299098d...20663459_n.jpg
I hope they use that picture regularly. It emphasizes the ready-for-everything theme
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The camera looks good. Yet another big DSLR is joining the ranks.
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QuoteOriginally posted by D1N0 Quote
Now how to put an ND-filter on that for long exposures :P
Not possible for the Tamron.

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Maybe 2000 Ruble
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Is there any Exif in these images? Don't know how to see them on my tablet.
645Z is best camera to show new Pentax ((((:
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QuoteOriginally posted by D1N0 Quote
Now how to put an ND-filter on that for long exposures :P
I'm assuming this will work for the 15-30mm

Fotodiox WonderPana 145 ND Kit for Tamron 15-30mm SP F/2.8 Di VC USD Lens WNDPN145-ESNTLND-TMR

Pretty expensive, but not compared to a LEE system. The Nikon 14-28 and Canon 11-24 have the same issue. Welcome to the world of FF ultrawides.
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QuoteOriginally posted by D1N0 Quote
Now how to put an ND-filter on that for long exposures :P


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Maybe 2000 Ruble
2000 roubles is not a problem.
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What is the lens in image number two with the sensor and light ray?
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What is the lens in image number two with the sensor and light ray?
It's the 24-70.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Asahiflex Quote
It's the 24-70.
Oh ok too bad I was hoping it was a new lens that noone had heard of yet
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