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09-28-2011, 02:14 AM   #1
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Hello! I'm a new K-X owner,

Hi,I have been a keen photographer for 40 years,vowed not to go digital,but of course,once digital prices came down,I did!
I still have my Canon,Chinon,and Nikon SLRs,and,up in the loft,my enlarger,and have had since many digital cameras,starting with a 2MP canon A60,and being able to see the image you'd just taken,converted me to digital almost immediately!
I have contributed to the Fuji and Panasonic website,and various photography forums,and submitted various user reviews.
I currently own the great Fuji HS20EXR,the latest,and best, in a long line of Fuji and Panasonic "bridge" cameras I have owned,after previously selling my Canon D300,and then a Nikon D40,and now,I have just added to my collection with a almost new Pentax K-X,bought off Ebay,following some great reviews of its image quality at higher ISOs,plus I can use some of my old,but good, Pentax and Chinon K mount manual prime lenses.
I also have an excellent 10MP FX35 compact camera,ideal for slipping in the pocket,but great for snapshots.
I am retired now,married,with two grown up children,and 4 grandchildren,and plenty of time to get the most out of my photography.

09-28-2011, 02:32 AM   #2
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Hi dougsinnott, welcome from another k-x user, with a few old manual lenses. Hope you enjoy the company, and let us see what your K-x are capable of
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So far I've tried out my Chinon 28mm on my KX,and have been most impressed!
Sharp and conrasty,and its given me an equivalent focal length of 42mm,ideal for general purposes,with a good depth of field.

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