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12-03-2014, 05:53 PM   #1
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Ajax from Arizona. Pentaxian newbee

Hello everybody!
I just have a Pentax K-5IIs from this Thanks Giving ! Hope I will have lot of shared from our forum member for the pioneer of a Pentaxian!

12-03-2014, 08:08 PM   #2
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Welcome to the forum and congratulations on your K-5II.s it's a great camera.
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Welcome to the forum and congratulations on your K-5II.s it's a great camera.
Thank you! I I'm opening box now! my bundle include 64Gb card and Grip! which gears can I looking! I have 1967 Pentax 55mmf2 manual!
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Welcome aboard! You'll have fun learning that K5II, I'm sure.

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Welcome to PF and bonjour from France, Ajax ... Hope to see some images soon! Salut, J
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Oh I have an experience about my K-5IIs! when i turn vertical and back i hear the slighly shake sound! Like the internal structure and the body not a firm one! Anybody have the same expperience like mine!?
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QuoteOriginally posted by ajaxhoang Quote
Oh I have an experience about my K-5IIs! when i turn vertical and back i hear the slighly shake sound! Like the internal structure and the body not a firm one! Anybody have the same expperience like mine!?
That's normal. It's the free-floating sensor, which is a consequence of the in-body shake reduction. Perfectly fine.
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That's normal. It's the free-floating sensor, which is a consequence of the in-body shake reduction. Perfectly fine.
@bsamcash Thank you for your reply!

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Welcome to the forum, that was indeed a good thanksgiving for you.
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