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05-04-2010, 06:49 AM   #16
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I'd second the "give the 18-55 a try" advice...
And with those 15MP, you can always crop to simulate a 100 or 150 lens, with still great results for 4x6 or even 6x9 prints...

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If I were going to be getting my first prime all over again. Personally, I'd get the DA 40 f2.8 limited first. I actually had gotten the FA 50 f1.4 first and have found that it's not the right length for many thing with a cropped sensor. It's a good lens for sure but I've found the DA 40 to be much more versatile. Either that or the DA 70 limited as my portrait lens. I think though that the choice of prime lenses is more out of a specific need and we all have different needs...

I just like the DA 40 limited because it is a really unique lens that is very sharp and can do some amazing close focusing. Oh, and it a conversation starter...
05-05-2010, 04:55 PM   #18
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Hey, everybody. Thank you so much for the advice. My K7 just arrived today, and I am charging it. I think I will stick with the kit lens for a while, since I don't know what to choose from so many choices. One thing I noticed when I took the cam out of the box is that, there is some part inside the body moving. There is no lens or battery charged. I am pretty sure the moving part is inside the body. Anybody experienced this on your K7? I hope I don't have to go through the hassle of exchanging because of some internal broken parts...
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See this thread in the beginners section for the moving part.

Congratulations on the purchase and enjoy it.

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I see it is just normal to floating sensor clunking. Thank you.
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