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12-26-2018, 12:20 PM   #1
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Hi , I am a very amateur photographer, with a decent point and shoot which I love playing with. I have inherited my father's Pentax film camera and many excellent accessories, I would like to get a digital body and learn as much as I can. I have a friend who belongs to this sight and suggested I should join.
I am excited about this new adventure

12-26-2018, 01:11 PM   #2
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Lots of friendly, helpful advice here. Lots of great information
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Welcome to Pentax Forum. Hope you enjoy your father's equipment. You should be able to find lots of help and encouragement here.

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Welcome! Depending upon what you want to spend, there's loads of great digital body options out there. I opted for a K70, good value with modern features. But I still use my old *ist Dl2 (6 mp!) With my old film lenses and it does just fine. You can pick those up for about 40.... enjoy!
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Welcome of the Forums (from Downunder). You can use your film era Pentax lenses in manual mode on a Pentax DSLR. Many of them a very good lenses. the lens reviews here will tell you a bit about them.
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Welcome to the forum, enjoy your photography the Pentax way, whether it by analogue or digital.

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