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06-10-2015, 01:29 PM   #31
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K3II / FA20-35




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QuoteOriginally posted by fwbigd Quote
Picked up my K-3ii from Fort Worth Camera Supply on the 28th. They had one left in stock.
Awesome!!
06-10-2015, 05:43 PM   #33
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Some great photos. Just dropped $1199Au. on a K3ll. Can't wait till it arrives...
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Stunning

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X-Posted but a few more with the K3-II (not the sharpest as it was VERY windy for the long exposures)

Mixture of DA10-17, FA20-35, FA43 and FA135.























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06-19-2015, 06:43 AM - 1 Like   #38
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Pentax K-3 II, DA 35mm f2.4, ISO 3200, 1/80 @ f2.4
The picture was shot in a museum. The "little" spider's house was made from glass and was very poor illuminated so I'm very satisfied with this result, especially since the glass was also dirty. The picture was a little cropped and resized to 2048mpx. Click on the image to see it bigger.



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Dan Rentea good results but very creepy
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Click on the image to see it bigger.
Oh it's plenty big enough for me already, thanks.
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2 more photos (and let's hope that all of us will sleep well tonight). Again, click on the image to see it bigger. It's quite impressive the quality of those photos, even if I shot through a dirty glass.



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Quite impressed with the cheap Tamron 28-75mm f2.8 as a portrait lens, not ideal lighting but you can push/pull the files around a lot with no real problems.


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Pixel Shift

A few done with pixel shift OOC jpegs cropped and resized.











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A few done with pixel shift OOC jpegs cropped and resized
Looking at the two chopper pics, there are strong white halos on almost all edges where the sky is in the background. Usually a sign of oversharpening. Would this be the case here ?
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QuoteOriginally posted by Schraubstock Quote
Looking at the two chopper pics, there are strong white halos on almost all edges where the sky is in the background. Usually a sign of oversharpening. Would this be the case here ?

Something happened on Flikr. The top and sides of the blade is actually grey must cause something on Flickr.
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