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07-16-2013, 12:22 PM   #1
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Hello all,

New to the world of non-point-and-shoot photography. I have a few questions but I'll leave them in separate threads on the forum. I've already gotten some great advice from just browsing around so I'm curious to start asking questions.

Little bit about me. I'm from Reno, Nevada. I've always enjoyed photography but never took it seriously because I could never afford the nice gear. Now that I'm graduated, have a job and expendable income I'm looking forward seeing what I can get out of the world of SLRs.

Cheers!

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Welcome to the forum, I think we are all ready for that.
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Hey, welcome! The great thing about Pentax is that it allows the use of inexpensive old, fully-manual lenses; but also offers high-end gear.
That means you can start off well without a big investment and work your way up, according to your needs and wishes
Enjoy the forums

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Hey, welcome! The great thing about Pentax is that it allows the use of inexpensive old, fully-manual lenses; but also offers high-end gear.
That means you can start off well without a big investment and work your way up, according to your needs and wishes
Enjoy the forums
Definitely an upside to the Pentax cameras. When I was making my decision about which brand to pursue the Pentax cameras also felt the best ergonomically. I'm looking forward to buying some old lenses in the future and playing around with them too...
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