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02-19-2016, 02:14 AM   #1
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Another great video review about the K1


So far all the reviews ( well at least most of them ) said only pretty good things about the K1, that is fantastic .. is not a perfect camera ( what camera is perfect??? ) but it is an amazing set of features for a great price.

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i like Spyros Heniadis he is always such optimistic (:
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The angry photographer is unbearded, the optimistic photogapher has a beard...coincidence?
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QuoteOriginally posted by Digitalis Quote
The angry photographer is unbearded, the optimistic photogapher has a beard...coincidence?
nicely put

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The angry photographer is unbearded, the optimistic photogapher has a beard...coincidence?
So by looking at your avatar I guess you are REALLY optimistic then.
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He didn't mention the little built in tilt shift....
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He didn't mention the little built in tilt shift..
Sensor shift is the only option, as of yet there is no tilt.
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Sensor shift is the only option, as of yet there is no tilt.
with 5 axis stabilization it's only a firmware update away in theory.

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QuoteOriginally posted by maltfalc Quote
with 5 axis stabilization it's only a firmware update away in theory.
The hardware can't support it. I wish people would stop thinking that a simple Firmware update can solve everything.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Digitalis Quote
simple Firmware update can solve everything.
Of course it can, firmware is, like well, you know, magic..............................
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The hardware can't support it. I wish people would stop thinking that a simple Firmware update can solve everything.
the hardware DOES support it. the sensor shifts, rotates and TILTS.
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QuoteOriginally posted by maltfalc Quote
the sensor shifts, rotates and TILTS.
Only by a small amount, by comparison true T/S lenses have upwards of 10mm-/+ tilt shift range.
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Only by a small amount, by comparison true T/S lenses have upwards of 10mm-/+ tilt shift range.
and sensor shift is similarly limited, but you still count it, so spare me the double standard.
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and sensor shift is similarly limited, but you still count it.
you might but I won't, the range is too limited.
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you might but I won't, the range is too limited.
you won't count sensor shift? you just did a couple hours ago \/\/\/

QuoteOriginally posted by Digitalis Quote
Sensor shift is the only option, as of yet there is no tilt.
if you're just going to dishonestly change your story every time i point out that you're wrong, i'm done wasting my time on you.
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