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02-17-2010, 05:00 PM   #1
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used K10 VS used K20

hello all, I am looking for a 2nd DSLR ( i currently have a K200) and i find that i am always fighting for the K200 with my wife, so i was wondering if it is worth the extra money for a used K20 or if I should just find a used K10? any input would be great.

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Yes it's worth it for the AF micro-adjustment alone... nevermind the better K20's sensor...
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I have no experience with the K10, but I can say that my K20 is a pleasure to use and creates great images.
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I am using a K20D now and used to have K10D for a year. I definitely love the K20D much more than the K10D.

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I like my K20 more than my wife's K10. But she likes her K10 more than my K20 too, so...I suppose it's all a matter of how much $$ you want to spend and what features you really want. (easy AF adjustment, live view on lcd, higher pixel count, better & expanded high ISO performance...etc.)
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Definitely get the K20, AF is faster, micro adjust is easy to use (i used it for tungsten light indoors the other day), increased resolution makes out put look sharper.
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thanks everyone the high ISO and liveview and the MPs i can live with out
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QuoteOriginally posted by alexeyga Quote
Yes it's worth it for the AF micro-adjustment alone... nevermind the better K20's sensor...
I'll second that. I have a little regret now that I bought the K10D instead of the K20D. Never thought about it (did not even know it existed or was necessary) during the purchasing process.

// RANT
My previous (manual focus film) SLR did not need that kind of crap, every lens that I bought never gave me any front or back focus problems. In those days Quality could still be written with a capital Q
// END_OF_RANT

Now I miss the micro adjustment as it's annoying to take/send the camera to a repair center after the purchase of a new lens. The alternative would be that Pentax releases their calibration software at least to shops so if one buys a lens the camera can be calibrated against the lens. Preferably to the end user of their cameras so it can be done at home when needed.


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