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01-31-2014, 07:48 PM   #1321
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I hope these qualify as pr0n!

That's all I have, besides the super common 50mm 1.7 m and a Pentax ME


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QuoteOriginally posted by Jean Poitiers Quote
I know that this is a P0rn-thread but that's a rather weird fetish you've got there...
At least the didn't do that to any of the good Series 1 lenses.

QuoteOriginally posted by JuanEstrada Quote
I hope these qualify as pr0n!

That's all I have, besides the super common 50mm 1.7 m and a Pentax ME
I would say so but next time, stack them on top of each other (Prime-ception!).

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QuoteOriginally posted by Jean Poitiers Quote
Goodness gracious!
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QuoteOriginally posted by OldNoob Quote

Minolta's first autofocus/autowind camera

Just a side note, the picture of the Minolta 9000 was the first digital photo i have ever taken. Taken from a camera that used a 3.5 floppy disk to save data on.

taken with a camcorder not as nice as most here
Interesting collection. I think your Minolta 9000 has LED bleed like every other one I have seen. I wonder if there are any examples without it! I enjoyed your side note too.

Thanks, K.

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Wow hahha so much camera porn for the eyes.

Here's some from me.





K1000 with 18135
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Wow hahha so much camera porn for the eyes.

Here's some from me.





K1000 with 18135
You do know it will take pictures at minimum aperture, do you?
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You do know it will take pictures at minimum aperture, do you?
Odd, the DA 13-135 is not on Faulk's list ... https://www.pentaxforums.com/forums/10-pentax-slr-lens-discussion/31629-da-le...ts-thread.html

Maybe it's buried deeper in the thread ... but not on the "front post" summary, J
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Those pictures were probably taken on a camera that supports A mode, and can work without aperture-ring-less lenses. Definitely not a K1000

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Those pictures were probably taken on a camera that supports A mode, and can work without aperture-ring-less lenses. Definitely not a K1000
Yeah, I know ... I just zipped over to Faulk's thread out of curiosity ...

I just recently got a DA 40 Ltd. (about 4 months ago) and I have a silver Super Program from the States in the mail to me now (with an A 50/1.4 on it ) ... I want to try out the DA 40 on the Super Program with a roll of B&W ... on verra! Salut, J
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QuoteOriginally posted by Jean Poitiers Quote
Odd, the DA 13-135 is not on Faulk's list ... https://www.pentaxforums.com/forums/10-pentax-slr-lens-discussion/31629-da-le...ts-thread.html

Maybe it's buried deeper in the thread ... but not on the "front post" summary, J
QuoteOriginally posted by kcobain1992 Quote
Those pictures were probably taken on a camera that supports A mode, and can work without aperture-ring-less lenses. Definitely not a K1000
QuoteOriginally posted by Jean Poitiers Quote
Yeah, I know ... I just zipped over to Faulk's thread out of curiosity ...

I just recently got a DA 40 Ltd. (about 4 months ago) and I have a silver Super Program from the States in the mail to me now (with an A 50/1.4 on it ) ... I want to try out the DA 40 on the Super Program with a roll of B&W ... on verra! Salut, J
So is it possible to use the new lenses without aperture rings on the non-digital cameras and control the aperture somehow?
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So is it possible to use the new lenses without aperture rings on the non-digital cameras and control the aperture somehow?
Yep ... that's what I understand, but have not done it myself. Look at Faulk's list ... only certain lenses work well (others do not) ... Good = the DA 35/2.4, one reason that I bought it and the DA 50/1.8 is supposed to be FF, too ... may just get one for the test and to have an AF 50 ... I do not own a lot of DA lenses because they are APS-C only ... I have only a few kit(s) 18-55 (WR) and my wife, the 55-300 on the K-r for her backyard birding ... As I wrote previously, I have a Super Program (A) in the mail, so I am going to do my own testing when time allows ... J

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QuoteOriginally posted by Racer X 69 Quote
So is it possible to use the new lenses without aperture rings on the non-digital cameras and control the aperture somehow?
It is very possible.
Lenses without aperture rings are essentially the same as lenses with aperture rings set in the A position. Depending on the camera body, you get varying levels of support. A Super Program will work in Program and Shutter priority but not M mode, a P30t or Program Plus will only work in Program mode.
Here's a really good guide,
The Pentax Camera Lens Compatibility Chart
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It is very possible.
Lenses without aperture rings are essentially the same as lenses with aperture rings set in the A position. Depending on the camera body, you get varying levels of support. A Super Program will work in Program and Shutter priority but not M mode, a P30t or Program Plus will only work in Program mode.
Here's a really good guide,
The Pentax Camera Lens Compatibility Chart
Thank you Colton!
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Yep ... that's what I understand, but have not done it myself. Look at Faulk's list ... only certain lenses work well (others do not) ... Good = the DA 35/2.4, one reason that I bought it and the DA 50/1.8 is supposed to be FF, too ... may just get one for the test and to have an AF 50 ... I do not own a lot of DA lenses because they are APS-C only ... I have only a few kit(s) 18-55 (WR) and my wife, the 55-300 on the K-r for her backyard birding ... As I wrote previously, I have a Super Program (A) in the mail, so I am going to do my own testing when time allows ... J
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