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05-15-2016, 01:22 PM - 2 Likes   #856
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A couple with the K-1

After Sunset (with DFA 100 macro)



Sunset (with FA 31)



05-15-2016, 01:28 PM   #857
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Apparently the bloke paid 350k for the thing!

This is more my style . . .


MG?
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I think so.

If I hadn't spent all my money on camera gear, it would actually be one of these . . .

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So all of you have been posting excellent examples of what the K-1 can do, both with legacy glass and newer lenses.


I would like to personally invite all of you to join this group: K1 ~ Owners, Groupies, and Wannabes - PentaxForums.com


There is a gallery there just waiting to be filled with all of these fine examples of photographic excellence.

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here is some from my FA 43



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A macro example

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It is shots like these that leave me wising I could 'like' a post more than once.


Love the Dino Ferrari.


Want one.


Have wanted one since the first time I saw one way back when.
The 246 for me. I suppose I'll be too long legged and too short armed to fit but I'd give it a go anyway!
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DA*300mm



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As sort of the Toulouse Lautrec of photography I thought I would put up another of my photos. Hopefully no one will object too much.
FA 24-90 f3.5-4.5 @ 90mm f4.5 iso1600 1/25th
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Another shot from yesterday.



K1+M20/4
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Trilliums are in blooms here, missed the sunrise but found this quiet place

A 28mm @F8 iso 800
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Home in the Trees.



This was done using pixel shift and the level of detail is pretty amazing (see full size on Flickr).
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Home in the Trees.
This was done using pixel shift and the level of detail is pretty amazing (see full size on Flickr).
Ye gods! If someone was sitting on that verandah reading the newspaper you'd be able to read the headlines
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Iso 4,000 shot, f2, 1/40s with K 50/1.2 lens

Billy caught in the clothes basket

Sprung
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Ye gods! If someone was sitting on that verandah reading the newspaper you'd be able to read the headlines
I agree!
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