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05-13-2016, 07:02 AM - 1 Like   #736
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Just a little comparison -- pixel shift with non pixel shift, both with the DFA 100 macro.

Non-Pixel Shift.



Pixel Shift.



(full size images on Flickr).

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K1+M20/4


There are so many options on the camera that I'm still looking and thinking over whats the best/fastest way to do some of the things that I used to do more manually.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Rondec Quote
Just a little comparison -- pixel shift with non pixel shift, both with the DFA 100 macro.Non-Pixel Shift.
The difference is obvious, nice!
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Insect (let my shutter speed go way too long).



Evening Clouds (with DFA 24-70)



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K1+M20/4


There are so many options on the camera that I'm still looking and thinking over whats the best/fastest way to do some of the things that I used to do more manually.
Brilliant shot! Wow, expensive lens used right now...
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QuoteOriginally posted by Rondec Quote
Just a little comparison -- pixel shift with non pixel shift, both with the DFA 100 macro.

Non-Pixel Shift.



Pixel Shift.



(full size images on Flickr).
I was thinking I would be crazy to say Pixel Shift is getting equal Medium Format Sharpness, Detail and Noisel. Today I found this Pentax K-1's Pixel Shift challenges medium-format dynamic range: Digital Photography Review

Now I feel better not being the only one. Amazing feature
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My K-1 had a "come with your parent to work day" this week when my boss asked me if I could take some photos of the service of large powerplant Im a maintance engeneer at.
DA 35 makes starburst on the K-1 aswell.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Rondec Quote
Just a little comparison -- pixel shift with non pixel shift, both with the DFA 100 macro.

Non-Pixel Shift.



Pixel Shift.



(full size images on Flickr).
Looking at the purple writing and comparing both, what an amazing difference!!

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Really happy with the low-light performance. Took these at ISO 12800 and are definitely usable.



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Normandy beaches with DA 60-250 and FA 20-35

Here's a small gallery with photos taken last weekend in Normandy, France:

Normandie Photo Gallery by Peter L

I found the stabilisation to work wonderfully. I took 520 pictures during that weekend, some of which at 200+ mm and low shutter speeds, and not a single shot was badly blurred.
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Osprey couple in Yellowstone NP. With Sigma 150-500 Bigmos @ 500mm + Kenko 1.5x TC, 1/400 @ f/8, ISO 12800, PP in LR CC.

FF.


Crop.


Should I have shot with the K-3? Most probably.

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FA43
Beautifully captured light with that 43.
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Beautifully captured light with that 43.
Thanks! FA43 is a very versatile lens on FF. Either church or portrait...

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All shot in downtown Phoenix with the "$50" 100-300/4.7-5.8.
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