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04-28-2016, 01:39 PM - 1 Like   #1
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K1 full-size sample photos

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https://www.ephotozine.com/article/pentax-k-1-full-size-sample-photos-29275

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really impressed by the color retention in high ISO!

ISO 100 and 6400 do not show any difference to me, compared to the 12k shot, there is only a very slight loss of contrast. Only in 25k the image is falling apart, with wrong color noise. So to me that would make shooting at 12k perfectly viable
..if i had the camera
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https://onedrive.live.com/redir?resid=134AB9579492627D!694&authkey=!AJt4gHj1...hint=folder%2c

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A better link maybe: https://onedrive.live.com/redir?resid=134AB9579492627D!697&authkey=!ANYHZcav...hint=folder%2c
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Noise and detail are handled nicely up to ISO 3200.. after that is seems to drop off much like our crop bodies do from 800 to 1600. So about a 2 stop improvement.
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QuoteOriginally posted by mee Quote
Noise and detail are handled nicely up to ISO 3200.. after that is seems to drop off much like our crop bodies do from 800 to 1600. So about a 2 stop improvement.
I should have mentioned, I turned all noise reduction off in those raws. I'd say I'd be happy shooting at ISO 8000, upto 12800 if i needed it.
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A better link maybe:
What am I supposed to see there? Some description of any posted links pls.

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I'm hoping you see an 'outdoor' zip, full of a few crap shots taken with the k-1. A 'highiso' zip, consisting of terrible high ISO photos of a pint I was drinking earlier, and a few other shots with the FA31 and FA77 with a moderately high ISO. None of those are art, or my best efforts. However I was asked earlier to provide those raws so that people could play with them. They aren't good photos. For some, they may be fun to play with.
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QuoteOriginally posted by robthebloke Quote
'm hoping you see an 'outdoor' zip, full of a few crap shots taken with the k-1. A 'highiso' zip, consisting of terrible high ISO photos of a pint I was drinking earlier, and a few other shots with the FA31 and FA77 with a moderately high ISO.
Aha. Thanks for the additional info.

It's useful to know what's supposed to be in a link. Bare links are not inviting. Never know what you'll find at the end of them.
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QuoteOriginally posted by robthebloke Quote
I'm hoping you see an 'outdoor' zip, full of a few crap shots taken with the k-1. A 'highiso' zip, consisting of terrible high ISO photos of a pint I was drinking earlier, and a few other shots with the FA31 and FA77 with a moderately high ISO. None of those are art, or my best efforts. However I was asked earlier to provide those raws so that people could play with them. They aren't good photos. For some, they may be fun to play with.
Thank you for images.
In my opinion, with ISO 25600 ant postprocessing in LR using Noise reduction - Luminance 50 % you can get practically the same quality of picture with plenty of details as using ISO 3200 without any corrections of noise.
It would be interesting to try shooting at high ISO (51200-102400) using Pixel Shift. I have an idea that you could get the same amount of noise as shooting at ISO 12800 or so.
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A few shots with the FA43mm:
https://flic.kr/s/aHskzgd36p

A few shots with the DFA 100WR:
https://flic.kr/s/aHskzgdiPZ

That DFA 100 really does shine on the K-1 (autofocus actually works for macros!)
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Lots of full size K-1 JPEG's have started to appear on Photoble, using the FA77, FA28, Tamron 28-75, Super Takumar 55mm/1.8, DA560 etc, even the DA15!

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