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03-13-2014, 06:35 AM   #76
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QuoteOriginally posted by Parry Quote
I suppose I do. But I guess in trying to squeeze the life out of the crop sensor I'm trying to make it do what a FF would do . . . easily. DoF and resolution rather than sharpness.

It would be handy to be honest. A K-mount full frame.
Looks like you would need a full frame normal zoom (24-70) and a wide angle lens or two and you would be set on a k mount.

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Looks like you would need a full frame normal zoom (24-70) and a wide angle lens or two and you would be set on a k mount.
Now don't get my LBA flaring up again, it's in remission since last weeks terrible dose.

Thing is I like primes. It's a bit like loving self harm, only in the financial sense. I'd actually like a 14mm/2.8 and a 35/1.4 and an 85/1.4. I am sick, very sick.

Would stick with the 135's I've got.
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As it stands I have a K-5, a K-5 IIs, a K-3 and over twenty lenses including the 31 and 77 FA Limiteds and K 50/1.2 and 100 WR Macro and 50/1.4 and 15/4 Limited and Siggy 8-16 and M-50/1.7 and Jupiter 11A (x2) and 21M, Helios 44M-4, 44M-7, 77M-4, Tair 11A, Meyer 135/2.8 (x2) and 200/4 and 300/4, Petri 28/2, Sun (awful) . . . oh and Carl Zeiss Jena DDR MC S 135/3.5 and CZJ DDR 50/1.8 Electric . . . there's more, I know there is . . . . oh yes, 2x dead Tamron XR 17-50/2.8's . . . .

All good fun. But a really expensive mish mash.rather than a coherent system of fewer lenses with greater all round capability. That said, the way I have the kit arranged, mobility is easy (I have three Lowepro bags).

Still need to sell a bunch to get the Pentax system down to something realistic. Most likely dump a lot of the old Soviet stuff and get a DA 60-250/4 instead. Trouble is that old Soviet bokeh is a real winner.
That list of lenses would still be there no matter the system you got/get into.
Thats why its called an 'addiction'


I don't see incoherency.
In fact I see multiple setups with the possibilities afforded by the mix and match of the lenses you have.
Nice collection
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That list of lenses would still be there no matter the system you got/get into.
Thats why its called an 'addiction'


I don't see incoherency.
In fact I see multiple setups with the possibilities afforded by the mix and match of the lenses you have.
Nice collection
All those lenses are like new as well. Just added the Revuenon MC 55/1.2.

How well would this lot work on an A7r?

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