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05-03-2016, 03:32 PM - 2 Likes   #301
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QuoteOriginally posted by Dr_who Quote
I know someone who has the Rokinon 14mm. It looked pretty sharp but I think the corners had quite a bit of coma.
pinholecam has a very evenly sharp and good looking shot using the K-1 and Samyang 14mm in the K-1 in Singapore thread, FWIW.

Also - pls folks, no need to post 7000 x 4000 pixel images directly into forum posts. It kills the page layout in many browsers. 1000px wide will do fine.

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Gonna try the da 50 1.8 today
Looking forward to it!
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It kills the page layout in many browsers.
Not to mention my internet connection..............
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QuoteOriginally posted by rawr Quote
pinholecam has a very evenly sharp and good looking shot using the K-1 and Samyang 14mm in the K-1 in Singapore thread, FWIW.

Also - pls folks, no need to post 7000 x 4000 pixel images directly into forum posts. It kills the page layout in many browsers. 1000px wide will do fine.
I imagine it'll make a awesome landscape lens, and I'm still considering buying one myself. I just not sure I'd recommend it for stars/milkyway type shots, but then again I don't have one and just judging from a few shots I have seen with the lens via 3rd party. The picture by Pinholecam is very nice indeed.

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Quick snap of my neighbor's dog Kimber using the A 70-210 @ 210mm and resized to 8 1/2 x 11 (full height).



Original image (17.5 Mb).
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Looking forward to it!
Give me an hour But it looks good on the camera screen
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So, after starting the "Will you be shooting at 36MP thread" I've since bought one and went out today to finally take some proper outdoor pictures!
I don't have any particularly good lenses yet, so everything so far's been done with the 35mm DA L F2.4 AL and the smc Pentax-DA L 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6AL WR that was bundled with my K-50.

Also using a Tiffen circular polarizer and some post in Lightroom.











And this one with Pixel Shift Resolution:



More to come soon!

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Ok so the Da 50 1.8 @ F4 iso 800 1/2500
Interesting shot here, i tested also the autofocus tracking, not every shot were on focus but many are tack on it

Absolutely nothing done on the dng, just converted to jpeg
I have some more coming



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K-1 and Sigma 150-500 Bigmos @ 500mm. Xpstd.

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QuoteOriginally posted by MattCard Quote
Ok so the Da 50 1.8 @ F4 iso 800 1/2500
Interesting shot here, i tested also the autofocus tracking, not every shot were on focus but many are tack on it

Absolutely nothing done on the dng, just converted to jpeg
I have some more coming

I was looking for a 50 1.8 example. Thank you!
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It is amazing to find out that even the DA 35 can really perform well using the K-1.

May I request to please do the same for the DA 21?

Thank you
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May I request to please do the same for the DA 21?
The DA 21 vignettes badly, as might be expected. See PENTAX K-1 Laboratory | PENTAX K-1 Special site | RICOH IMAGING
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It is amazing to find out that even the DA 35 can really perform well using the K-1.

May I request to please do the same for the DA 21?

Thank you
You can also check for the performance of many DA lenses in this topic: https://www.pentaxforums.com/forums/54-pentax-lens-articles/31629-da-lenses-f...ts-thread.html


Since nobody reads that topic, or doesn't want to sift through 30 pages, I'll just leave this tidbit here too:

...Regarding the DA 10-17 at 14mm. It has been previously confirmed that the lens covers full-frame at this focal length, but it has another surprise. Look at these two images shot from a stationary tripod, SR off:





The top image is from the Pentax-F Fisheye 17-28mm at 17mm, it's widest setting. This lens is a 180 diagonal fisheye at 17mm, same as the 10-17 is to an APS-C camera at 10mm.
The bottom image comes from the DA 10-17 at 14mm! It has a dramatically larger field of view than the 17-28.

The difference even holds up when both lenses are focused to infinity. Anyone wanting an ultra-wide for their K-1 would do well to hold onto their 10-17.
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Thank you for the links Paul,

It is really nice that the DA 35 is spared of being unusable. ('Tis could be a reason to push a K-1...next year)
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You can also check for the performance of many DA lenses in this topic: https://www.pentaxforums.com/forums/54-pentax-lens-articles/31629-da-lenses-f...ts-thread.html


Since nobody reads that topic, or doesn't want to sift through 30 pages, I'll just leave this tidbit here too:

...Regarding the DA 10-17 at 14mm. It has been previously confirmed that the lens covers full-frame at this focal length, but it has another surprise. Look at these two images shot from a stationary tripod, SR off:





The top image is from the Pentax-F Fisheye 17-28mm at 17mm, it's widest setting. This lens is a 180 diagonal fisheye at 17mm, same as the 10-17 is to an APS-C camera at 10mm.
The bottom image comes from the DA 10-17 at 14mm! It has a dramatically larger field of view than the 17-28.

The difference even holds up when both lenses are focused to infinity. Anyone wanting an ultra-wide for their K-1 would do well to hold onto their 10-17.
Wow thanks for sharing!!!

Manual focus is a breeze with the OVF. Actually i am enjoying it much more than with the K3 + S type screen
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