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05-03-2016, 08:55 AM   #271
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QuoteOriginally posted by beholder3 Quote
The DFA 100 WR macro and the FA 77 limited do absolutely not find their master at a mere 36 MPx.

Here is the "nearly a limited" macro in full resolution:
https://farm8.staticflickr.com/7321/26722207751_a6f48cd538_o.jpg

I do not complain.
Thanks for posting this large image file. The detail in the leaves on the distant trees is outstanding! This lens/camera combo's sharpness certainly rivals results I've seen from Nikon D810s and Sigma Foveon cameras!

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Yeah, but if you leave now, you'd avoid rush hour traffic...
Aye but more than a handful of cars on the road at any one time like we have here, would only confuse matters.
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Aye but more than a handful of cars on the road at any one time like we have here, would only confuse matters.
Boo! Oh well, that just means you'll have to be disappointed by the high ISO performance instead
05-03-2016, 09:21 AM   #274
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QuoteOriginally posted by robthebloke Quote
you'll have to be disappointed by the high ISO performance instead
There's a few fine examples so far popping up around the forum of this.

P.S. Green lights still on.

05-03-2016, 09:22 AM   #275
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I draw the line at taking photos with Sony gear. It's been a hideous experience.
Does that mean I can put my Justin timberlake cd's away?

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QuoteOriginally posted by Kerrowdown Quote
There's a few fine examples so far popping up around the forum of this.

P.S. Green lights still on.
Go on, take a few snaps, then put it back on to charge. I won't tell anyone!
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Go on, take a few snaps, then put it back on to charge. I won't tell anyone!
No... without discipline in the world where would we all be...

Perhaps a tad happier per chance.
05-03-2016, 09:33 AM   #277
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Has anyone tried K1 with samyang 14mm yet?
05-03-2016, 09:34 AM   #278
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QuoteOriginally posted by Kerrowdown Quote
No... without discipline in the world where would we all be...

Perhaps a tad happier per chance.
Probably about two of three pages of forum posts, without a picture in sight

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I thought this was a picture thread...
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I thought this was a picture thread...
I have been taking photos today, mainly using the K18, FA28, FA31, FA43, DFA100, and DA*300. They will be arriving once my pint has emptied itself
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QuoteOriginally posted by robthebloke Quote
I briefly played around with some high-iso + pixel shift, but I can't say that I found the results an improvement over high iso on it's own. Low ISO + pixel shift does seem to improve the base ISO performance, but from my very-limited testing, combining 4 very noisy images together doesn't seem to translate into a lower noise output (caveat: I didn't have a tripod, I just laid the camera on a table with a 2sec delay. I can't say whether a very solid tripod would help here, compared to my terrible technique). I'll have a slightly longer play about tomorrow and see if I can get you some sample shots. To be honest though, I'm not too much of a tripod user, so I'm probably the wrong person to comment on this aspect of the camera.
Do you have motion correction on? I wonder if the random noise of high ISO translates to "movement" and isn't being included in motion corrected pixel shift.
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Probably about two of three pages of forum posts, without a picture in sight
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I thought this was a picture thread...
My apologies to all for talking too much, I'll sit quietly and figure this K1 out.
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Do you have motion correction on? I wonder if the random noise of high ISO translates to "movement" and isn't being included in motion corrected pixel shift.
Yup. Ok. Don't care about high ISO right now, but have just nailed a low ISO pixel shift shot. It works. Make sure shake reduction is turned off....
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QuoteOriginally posted by fs999 Quote
I thought this was a picture thread...
Well okay one more (sry for linking from FB, cant upload right now^^) Pentax K1 + Tamron 90mm 1/800s (was windy like hell) f4.5 ISO800 - the new screen came in very handy here

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Nice shot LilithBaerchen !
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