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08-25-2013, 10:58 PM   #16
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Hmmm. Here's a current favorite as I work thru my pics from Yellowstone. K100D and the DA 12-24.

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K100D with A50/1.7 from a few years ago.........

08-27-2013, 08:59 AM   #18
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Toads get excited when photographed with a k100d (from this spring):




51,000 clicks and still going. I've been contemplating picking up a spare off of flea bay, but I'm not sure I'd be as in love with someone else's
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Jeez, the camera - and you all - sure know how to make photographs!

Here's some reds from the K100D, 01bb Adaptall 24/2.5 on the camera







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I think I'm going to have to replace my dead K100D right away, before this thread increases demand and starts pushing prices up. I'm loving the film-like, in fact almost Kodachrome-like, quality in the photos that people are posting. The K100D might just be the most un-digital-looking DSLR out there, and that's the highest praise I can give. Looking forward to seeing more shots.
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K100D + M35-70 f/2.8-3.5

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Amazing photo's!! I see nothing wrong with the abilities of this model. We the K100d and it's brother the K110d. The 110 went to my daughter which she loves.
This shot I took Aug with a Sears 60-300 zoom and a 2x teleconverter.

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Here's some more: Flowers from the garden
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I love my thwackomatic! I'll join with one of the first memorable images I captured after I first got mine in 2008. (Taken with Tammy 70-300LD)
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Wow, todd ... great dramatic shot ! J
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The K110D this evening ... Pelops, our dog, took a bath today ... does it show ? (Lens = an old Sigma UC 28-70 2.8/4)
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QuoteOriginally posted by todd Quote
I love my thwackomatic!
That's a stunning photo. And from now on any Pentax that I own will be officially called a thwackomatic! In fact, I might just get it painted on the pentaprism over the Pentax logo. Let's see how the Canikon drones react to that one.

I think shots from the K100D also convert to B&W quite nicely. . .





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I love my thwackomatic!
HAHAHAHAHA!! I have an autoloading shotgun that is quieter than mine!!

To Dartmoor Dave: cool Photo's!! I am inspired to try some black and white!
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Not the best example but I wanted to contribute something recent. This was with the humble Industar 50-2 at ISO1600. Asked the yogurt shop girl to make a face.

The thwackomatic has become my go to camera when I want to use my M42 lenses because I don't like hassling with adapters on my k-5.
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