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03-07-2013, 05:36 PM   #1
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Hi. my name's leo and i'm a pentax addict

been working with pentax since '87 i believe.

i started with a k-1000

first dslr was a k110d

i'm working with a k20d now and see no reason to upgrade ;D

let me know if i should upgrade and why!

thank you!


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You should upgrade to take advantage of less noise and a much more responsive interface.

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QuoteOriginally posted by lionhas3heads Quote
been working with pentax since '87 i believe.
i started with a k-1000
first dslr was a k110d
i'm working with a k20d now and see no reason to upgrade ;D
let me know if i should upgrade and why!
thank you!
leo
Welcome aboard!
If you are happy there is no reason to upgrade. I had a K20D which was a great camera. I did upgrade to the K-30 for the higher ISO shooting and the improved auto focus. I'm very happy I did, because the K-30 is just that much better. The only thing I miss on the K-30 is no remote sensor on the back and I really don't miss it that much. The K20D is still a great camera and if it fits your needs stay with it.
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Welcome to the forum, the phrase here is "if it ain't broke, don't fix it".

If you getting all you need from you existing kit, spending all your money feeding a LBA habit.

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