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07-14-2013, 09:56 AM - 2 Likes   #76
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{Taken with my *istDL and 18~55 kit lens}

Collings Foundation WWII Bomber Nine~O~Nine B17 at Paine Field in Everett, WA.













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My shot with an IstDL

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Racer & y0chang - good ones!

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Racer & y0chang - good ones!
Thank you Paul!

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Here are some more shots of the B25.





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DL and Sigma 70-300 APO.......



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Great camera

made LOTS of money with that thing - paid for itself about 50x's. LOVED being film free FINALLY! When I got it, we were still sad about the full-frame disaster of 2001, but Pentax came back with a wonderful machine. Mine, 10 years on, is still going strong. But compared to the K5, I'm sorry...NO comparison. Love my *ist D in every way, though. It's like my best friend.



This from my Pet Rescue calendar of 2006.

Cheers, everybody! Long live Pentax! And congrats on the 10th anniversary of that great, milestone DSLR, from the company that INVENTED them.

Sincerely,
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made LOTS of money with that thing - paid for itself about 50x's. LOVED being film free FINALLY! When I got it, we were still sad about the full-frame disaster of 2001, but Pentax came back with a wonderful machine. Mine, 10 years on, is still going strong. But compared to the K5, I'm sorry...NO comparison. Love my *ist D in every way, though. It's like my best friend.



This from my Pet Rescue calendar of 2006.

Cheers, everybody! Long live Pentax! And congrats on the 10th anniversary of that great, milestone DSLR, from the company that INVENTED them.

Sincerely,
Cameron
Cute photo.
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This from my Pet Rescue calendar of 2006.
Nice shot Cameron!
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Pentax istD ( Pentax 50th Anniversary model )
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I have two istD ... I have the first model , the istD ( 50th anniversary model in Australia ) and I have the istDs ...
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... the first model, the istD ( 50th anniversary model in Australia ) ...
That was a nice surprise for me, on removing my *istD from the box after purchase, finding the golden brown highlights denoting Pentax's 50 years in Australia (to that time). With use, my shutter button eventually lost it's golden hue, and is now just chrome. Ah, ... the fond memories brought back by my *istD.
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