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11-30-2012, 09:54 AM   #376
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As a matter of fact, I am using TWO K200D's, both with grips equipped


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Took my K200D to the Civil War earlier this fall. The Battle of Perryville. Perryville, KY.
















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Oh wow, very cool!!
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QuoteOriginally posted by kkoether Quote
Took my K200D to the Civil War earlier this fall. The Battle of Perryville. Perryville, KY.
Great shots, may I ask what lens have you used?,

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Great shots, may I ask what lens have you used?,
Thanks! I used my DA-L 55-300mm for all my shots that day.
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Yet no big deal for a K200D

Nice documentary shots!



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I would miss it if I lost it. It is my first DSLR to replace my Pentax SV.
It has 27686 actuations, so I should try to buy an almost new one as soon as possible.

Panagor 90mm/2.8 macro at around 1:1

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QuoteOriginally posted by pdophoto Quote
I would miss it if I lost it. It is my first DSLR to replace my Pentax SV.
It has 27686 actuations, so I should try to buy an almost new one as soon as possible.

Panagor 90mm/2.8 macro at around 1:1


47300 on my K200D and still going strong!

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Nice shots, everyone. I don't own a K200D (yet), but I do have a K10D, a very close relative. Love that 10.2 mp CCD
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QuoteOriginally posted by kkoether Quote
The only problem I have with it is the double flipping of the mirror with manual lenses.
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The only problem I have with it is the double flipping of the mirror with manual lenses.
Knock on wood mine has been trouble free. I use Sanyo Eneloops exclusively and occasionally when they get low they do some crazy things but a new set of batteries always cures the problems. It's quite a workhorse!

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I use Sanyo Eneloops exclusively and occasionally when they get low they do some crazy things but a new set of batteries always cures the problems.
Maybe I should use Eneloops exclusively. I will check when I have recuperated my right hand from the Dupuytren contraction surgery I had last wednesday.
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Great photos here guys. This camera still holds it's own with the best of them.

Focus works a treat as well.

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Some more of mine.













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