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Forum: Pentax News and Rumors 09-12-2019, 05:35 PM  
"Ricoh/Pentax has no plans to announce a new camera this fall"
Posted By PDL
Replies: 464
Views: 21,369
And this is a surprise?

Just about what I expected.:fedup:
Forum: General Photography 09-10-2019, 01:11 PM  
LED light causes vision damage.... What????
Posted By PDL
Replies: 48
Views: 1,645
Sun? I live in the Pacific Northwest..... What is this sun thing your are talking about? :hmm:

Must be some Southern Hemisphere conspiracy. :hmm:
Tell, me does this so-called sun move left to right when you face the equator? If not, then that might be the problem -> generalization <- everyone knows things in the sky move left to right ->end generalization<- :hmm::hmm:
->end sarcasm<-

---------- Post added 09-10-19 at 01:30 PM ----------

You get your health information from a financial site? Yikes. I stopped paying attention to Forbes after they raised the false flag about Super Micro server motherboards "secretly sending information back to China". As if the network people at Amazon, Google, etc. could not detect all that traffic leaving their datacenters. As a ex-datacenter server administrator their statements were simply laughable. I suggest that anyone using Forbes as a source take what they publish with a little salt. Bonneville comes to mind.

As for headaches from EVF's, that is most likely a result of the flickering. When I spend way too much time staring at my monitors (note the s on the end of that word) I tend to have eye issues too. The flickering of the displays are why I don't like live view. My uncorrected eyesight is so bad that when I use live view I have to get close enough to where I can see the pixels as discrete squares - and yes they flicker. Looking at the LCD for any length of time is really tiring and requires me to remove my glasses. So I end up looking like a fool, trying to anticipate what my next shot is going to be by flipping my glasses on and off and getting really close to the back of the camera.
Forum: General Photography 09-09-2019, 03:53 PM  
LED light causes vision damage.... What????
Posted By PDL
Replies: 48
Views: 1,645
While it is true that it is impossible for our current society to carry out double blind studies to determine the effects of 5G even in the short term. The sticky issue with trying to answer even short term exposure to supposedly "bad" things is that when the "thing" you are trying to test becomes part of the overall background. If 5G is going to kill us, then the effects should show up in us all since 5G will be everywhere.

The major downfall of 5G, as I see it, is its shortened range. For those people in rural areas or people on the edge of the existing 4G network, there will be no true advantage to getting a 5G device. Even if your 5G device will switch back to LTE as necessary, the benefits of 5G will be mostly for those who are living/working/playing near enough to the 5G towers to get a good signal. I expect that there will not be enough 5G capable towers to serve more wide spread customers and the installation of new cell towers is a on-going political battle. Don't expect 5G to become as wide spread as LTE unless there are enough people or existing infrastructure to support it.
Forum: General Photography 09-09-2019, 12:38 PM  
LED light causes vision damage.... What????
Posted By PDL
Replies: 48
Views: 1,645
Forum: General Photography 09-08-2019, 09:49 PM  
LED light causes vision damage.... What????
Posted By PDL
Replies: 48
Views: 1,645
Let's put a stop to all this random talk about ionizing radiation and 5G.

Take a look at post #28, 5G frequencies are on the other side of the visible spectrum from ionizing radiation. It is microwave/radio -> heat => visible light ->near UV then -> x-rays. It is physically impossible to get the same effects from 5G and X-Rays. The two do not interact with bodily structures in the same way.

We are bathed in microwave radiation on a nearly continuous level, our phones, radars, AM/FM, television, Wi-Fi etc. blow through our bodies all the time. X-Rays are very rare in proportion to radio waves. You have to actively seek out devices that produce X-Rays and if we were "bathed" in X-Rays the way we are bathed in Radio waves we would be growing extra arms out of our heads. X-Rays penetrate deep into our bodies and can go through our bodies - they tend to be really disruptive and nasty little buggers.

Lets keep the discussion on track - we either talk about 5G or ionizing radiation.

As an aside, there is a lot of false information floating around 5G, a major provider of fake information is Russia. They support the idea that 5G will cause Cancer, liquify your brain and is a plan of the "deep state". Meanwhile, they are forging ahead with implementing 5G as fast as they can. Maybe we can do a little better research/inquiry work before quoting more conspiracy theory's

(You see what I did there?) As for LED's causing vision issues, LED's are narrow band emitters and if the LED's is producing photons in the UV area of the spectrum, then - Yeah, there could be long term issues. So, just don't stare into your LED UV flashlight for hours on end.
Forum: General Photography 09-08-2019, 03:59 PM  
Filter ?
Posted By PDL
Replies: 10
Views: 511
What you have is a Polarizing filter. Yes, they are useful when used on todays SLR cameras (they work on film SLR's and DSLR's and Mirror Less cameras). The only caveat is to be careful with mechanisms based on half silvered mirrors within the camera body.

When I used my filter on my *istDs back in the day, I noticed that I had to watch the exposure since it could change as I rotated the filter. -->> set/lock the exposure first, then rotate the filter for effect. Also, be careful with autofocus as the AF mechanism uses a half-silvered mirror to "light up" the AF sensor in the floor of the light box.

Polarizing filters tend to show their greatest effect when placed 90 degrees from the sun. A easy rule of thumb is that if you place the sun in line with your shoulder, you are facing the area (of the sky, if that is what you want) that will show the greatest effect. Some people obsessed with having the same shade of blue in the sky really do not like Polarizing filters.
Forum: Product Suggestions and Feedback 09-08-2019, 03:45 PM  
What are your thoughts on this ND 100000 Filter?
Posted By PDL
Replies: 9
Views: 672
Actually, the image you show is more a display of shutter speed than ND filters. Images such as this had a effective shutter speed around three millionths of a second using specialized cameras where the image sensor (film) was stationary and shot a single frame. The cameras were known as Rapatronic cameras. Rapatronic camera - Wikipedia
"For a film-like sequence of high-speed photographs, as used in the photography of nuclear and thermonuclear tests, arrays of up to 12 cameras were deployed, with each camera carefully timed to record sequentially. Each camera was capable of recording only one exposure on a single sheet of film. Therefore, in order to create time-lapse sequences, banks of four to ten cameras were set up to take photos in rapid succession. The average exposure time used was three microseconds."
ND filters were not used during the tests.

Remember the exposure triangle - from that you can guestimate the ASA (ISO) and aperture of the camera. By the way, nuclear explosion's produce a lot of light.
Forum: Pentax DSLR Discussion 09-07-2019, 12:58 PM  
Letís Guess the name of new gear in the future?
Posted By PDL
Replies: 51
Views: 1,844
Maybe I should try to trademark the phrase "formerly known as" ------ just look at my signature :D
Forum: Pentax News and Rumors 09-04-2019, 06:57 PM  
Pentax: The Story Continues...
Posted By PDL
Replies: 55
Views: 7,641
What's with all the faux dirt and scratches. Back in the day, if I showed someone a film (I was shooting Super 8) with filthy film, then I would be laughed out of the room. Today when looking at the "faux film users" output, the film has dust all over it. I know it is faked, because when you look at two images next to each other, the same dust is in the same place of the image.

The garbage in the clip is, to me, highly unprofessional. It is sad to see Pentax stoop to such drivel.
Forum: Pentax Camera and Field Accessories 09-02-2019, 04:05 PM  
What is absolutely, positively necessary to carry in your camera bag ?
Posted By PDL
Replies: 50
Views: 2,297
Besides my camera and selected lenses:
At lease one fully charged battery (I have four batteries that I rotate through)
Two SD cards (K-3II ya know)
18% grey card. (4x5 in)
X-Rite Color Checker (Classic)
Lens Pen
Micro fiber cloth
Mechanical pencil (with extra leads)
Ball point pen
small notebook (at present a Moleskin 65x104mm)
LED flashlight (1 AA battery)
6 in plastic ruler (former Archaeologist - gotta be able to measure stuff or show scale)
View finder cover (for self timed shots)
Edit: A cheap blower about 2 inches in diameter.
On some occasions, my Gossen Digipro F Light meter (just to tic off the "equivalence crowd") usually carried along with my flashes for flash metering if I am going to be pedantic.
As for flashes, I am going to be carrying my Yongnuo 585ex with batteries and a plastic difuser and a PTTL hotshoe cable.
All of this would be in my one bag.
Forum: Visitors' Center 09-02-2019, 03:30 PM  
Digital backs for the 645
Posted By PDL
Replies: 5
Views: 562
You forgot - or ignored - Phase One backs and specialty cameras. The backs are very expensive: i.e.
Phase One IQ3-100 Achromatic Digital Back - Black and White 100 Mp - on sale at Ebay for 29K USD
Phase One IQ3-100 Achromatic Digital Back | eBay

Phase One is currently pushing the IQ4 series of backs meaning that the IQ3 is "old".

Phase One bought Mamiya in 2015.
Forum: General Photography 08-30-2019, 01:26 PM  
National Geographic Photo Gallery to close down and transfer all images to Instagram
Posted By PDL
Replies: 10
Views: 749
I bet he has his Linkedin contacts list mined as well. I know that a few of my personal contacts have Linkedin accounts and I have never been asked to contact them. My Linkedin account only goes to those I have chosen, it asks to link to other social media platforms, but I do not have them... so I don't get diddly squat. I do get recruiter emails and such since recruiters can't read my profile that says ------ Retired.

---------- Post added 08-30-19 at 01:32 PM ----------

Phone's are the future indeed. I think this is going to be the next step in the downfall of "real" cameras. Back in the day, the default picture was a 4x6 inch print from your local drugstore. Now the future looks like images are going to be about 4x6 images on mobile devices. No need for anything over 6 - 10 MPs. Really sad after all.

As for the best Instagram size - Why in the name of heaven is this information not available on their site? I did look, there is nothing there about suggested formats, sizes or just about anything that is the least bit technical.

I went to the site for today's "voting" and it is disabled. So, as of today, you can not upload or vote on images. I sent a message to NG yesterday and I have heard nothing. On the editors blog, they basically say "we had a good run, but now that run is over".

I have to correct myself, they are not automatically migrating submitted images to Instagram, I think the expect the user to do that. So they want me to take my 4,845 x 3,104 (my largest submission) pixel image and set it down to the "best" IG size of 1,080 x 566-1,350 pixels. Well, there goes anything showing quality, plus I have to get them up there by using my phone. DSLR photo sharing is dead, NG does not support other sites for this purpose, they have sold their sole down the toilet In My Opinion.
Forum: General Photography 08-29-2019, 05:48 PM  
National Geographic Photo Gallery to close down and transfer all images to Instagram
Posted By PDL
Replies: 10
Views: 749
I agree that Google is pretty close to being as bad as Facebook. Thanks for the information about Android, but that begs the question. How to you get Pentax images loaded up to Instagram if it only runs on a phone? I had read that the Windows App would run from a desktop, but now it appears that it only uploads from touch screen devices or that it is so old that it won't even start.

Instagram appears to be biased to iPhone and Android phone users only. I think it is stupid to have to load images off of your desktop onto your phone in order to add the images to your feed. If anything, this will eventually kill cameras as we now know them off. Maybe we should hope that Facebook gets broken up - then again that will most likely kill off Instagram in the long run.
Forum: General Photography 08-29-2019, 03:47 PM  
National Geographic Photo Gallery to close down and transfer all images to Instagram
Posted By PDL
Replies: 10
Views: 749
I logged on to do my daily voting and was told that NG Photo Gallery is shutting down on Oct. 31st. The powers that be will migrate their images to the NG Instagram account. So along with PPG now NG Photo Gallery is dead.

I do not have a Instagram account because I have a repulsion to Facebook and their data mining, Copyright infringing tactics. I also do not use Flicker, Twitter or other so called Social Media sites other than Linkedin. I use Linkedin to sent messages to friends at work places that I am no longer at - but that is all.

So just for giggles, I checked out the Instagram desktop App in the Windows store and the App requires Windows 10 version 10240.0 or higher. My version of Windows 10 is 18362.295, meaning that the App has not been updated in - literally - years. Reading the reviews the App does not have anywhere near the functionality of the App on other platforms. In fact the latest reviews state that for some the App will not even open. There are other "Instagram" uploaders available, but I would imagine that Facebook will sue them out of existence. I know that Facebook hates Microsoft (the people I know who work there - and at Google) are told to stop using Microsoft when they are hired - even ex-Microsoft people.

Doing a little search about the Instagram App on Windows 10 PC desktop - this is unreal.
"Currently only users with a touchscreen PC can upload, edit & post photos on Instagram Windows 10. Users without a touchscreen PC can use the same features available on the Instagram browser app (view photos, send messages, etc)."

So if you have a NG Gallery get ready to delete your images before Facebook gets ahold of them. It appears that NG has joined the anti-Microsoft and now the shoot only with phones cabal.

I have been a member of the NG Society for over 40 years, I will now review my continued support. If you only shoot with a phone, you should be happier than a clam.
Forum: General Photography 08-27-2019, 12:09 PM  
Pentax Photo Gallery (PPG) inquiry to Ricoh
Posted By PDL
Replies: 11
Views: 635
I have used the quote before and it came back to life. But, now PPG is dead to Ricoh and should be dead to those of us who have images out there. I am sure that one of these days, the hosting platform will try to get ahold of someone at Ricoh to shut it down for good. Ricoh, of course, will not respond because they do not realize that PPG is even there and the site will be a memory.

The site was a child of Pentax USA, which does not exist anymore. When the latest certificate died, I sent a message via the site and never got a response. I asked Adam to question Ricoh about PPG last year and almost got banned by this site.

So it goes.

PPG is dead, upload the images you have on it to some other site if you want to show your work.
Forum: General Photography 08-26-2019, 03:19 PM  
Pentax Photo Gallery (PPG) inquiry to Ricoh
Posted By PDL
Replies: 11
Views: 635
It's dead people. Move on.
Forum: Pentax SLR Lens Discussion 08-24-2019, 04:01 PM  
lens light-gathering abilities
Posted By PDL
Replies: 284
Views: 6,474
So you failed to read the following?

However, there is no sensor size in mm provided in the EXIF.

Read more at: lens light-gathering abilities - Page 18 -

---------- Post added 08-24-19 at 04:03 PM ----------

And I answered the question. FOV has no place in exposure nor does "total light".
Forum: Pentax SLR Lens Discussion 08-24-2019, 02:15 PM  
lens light-gathering abilities
Posted By PDL
Replies: 284
Views: 6,474
Sorry, but the EXIF does contain image size in terms of pixels.

from ExifTool
[EXIF] Image Width : 6080
[EXIF] Image Height : 4032

[Composite] Image Size : 6080x4032

When viewed in Windows Photo the size is 4000x6016. The larger size in pixels is the number of pixels before de-mosaicing from the Bayer Layer, the 4000x6016 is total number of pixels after running through the Windows Photo de-mosaic function (i.e. Adobe DNG codex)

Data for other bodies
*istDS: (PEF)
[MakerNotes] Pentax Image Size : 3008x2008 or 3040x2024
K-10D (PEF)
[Composite] Image Size : 3936x2624
3872 x 2592 in Windows Photo
K-20D: (PEF)
[Composite] Image Size : 4864x3136
3104 x 4672 in Windows Photo

However, there is no sensor size in mm provided in the EXIF.

As for sensor images, those things you are seeing are pixels, yes. But they are not pixels that you see when you view an image on your screen. You do not see the "RAW" pixels, you see the de-mosaiced pixels when you see an image on your screen. (Sorry, I just didn't see the need to republish close ups of a sensor).
For instance, when you zoom into a digital image and begin to see individual pixels, you do not see the pixels as seen on the sensor which are either Red, Green, Blue (RGB - remember?). Those RGB values are only detected by the sensor as luminance values and are basically B&W. The de-mosaic algorithm employed by your software (Adobe RAW, Capture One, DarkTable, OSX, Windows etc.) converts those B&W voltage levels to color values by combining the luminance values with the RGB filters on the Bayer Layer. Then the combined color pixels are displayed on your monitor. Please look at the EXIF information above - there are two values given for pixel count - one before de-mosaic and one after.

---------- Post added 08-24-19 at 02:20 PM ----------

Exposure is Shutter speed, ISO & F:stop ... FOV is not a parameter in the equation. Also note: there is no discussion of "total light", that is a made up term.

"In photography, exposure is the amount of light per unit area (the image plane illuminance times the exposure time) reaching a photographic film or electronic image sensor, as determined by shutter speed, lens aperture and scene luminance. Exposure is measured in lux seconds, and can be computed from exposure value (EV) and scene luminance in a specified region."

Exposure (photography) - Wikipedia

---------- Post added 08-24-19 at 02:32 PM ----------

Dude, you turn the focus knob. The projector does not care - it can not think.
What does happen is that in order to project an image on the wall, the projector lens has to be a known distance from the slide in order to be focused. In fact my slide projector is a automatic focus device. It uses a light and sensor at 45degrees from each other to move the lens mechanism to "focus" the picture on the wall/screen. The lens is a zoom, so that is how you control the size of the projected image. The relationship between the slide and the focus point of the lens is what changes. This has consequences on my slide projector, as the light passing through the slide heats it up (poor heat control internally to the projector) the slide will move/flex etc. and the focus function will move the lens to reestablish good focus. So the projector will re-focus for each slide, which can be a hassle.
Forum: Pentax SLR Lens Discussion 08-21-2019, 11:46 PM  
lens light-gathering abilities
Posted By PDL
Replies: 284
Views: 6,474
This is the problem with the equivalence people. Instead of talking about a single lens used on two different bodies they (you) always talk about making the FOV the same from the same spot. The only way you can get the same FOV with two different sized sensors is change the lens to match the FOV for the bodies sensor. We get that.

I, for one, do not care at all about getting the same FOV from two bodies with different sized sensors because I only have APS-C cameras. Now, truth be told, I have some 35mm SLR's and I could go through all that "stuff" to get a equivalent FOV from two formats. Or, I could just take pictures using the features of each format to display different images. Why in the name of heaven would I want to replicate the images between formats? That is a colossal waste of time and effort, as a photographer I gain zip, nada, nothing, bubkis...

As for exposure? Well if I have my light meter set at ISO 400 and it says to use f/8 at 1/250 of a second......
When I expose for my APS-C camera, my film SLR (ILFORD HP5) and my 4x5 monorail (ILFORD HP5). Guess what --------- I use the same "exposure triangle" for each camera. As I said before, there is no "sensor size" setting on my Gossen Digipro F. Again, this exercise would be a colossal waste of time, effort, film/developer and disk space.

Further, if I have a object (box) that is projected on a sensor as image of 10mm high using my FA 50mm f/1.4 on a 35mm film camera and I put the same lens on my K-3II (or K10D or K20D) the box will be..... wait for it 10mm high on the sensor. In other more simple words, exactly the same size. If it is set to f/8 and the shutter is tripped at 1/125 at ISO 400 then the exact same number of photons will hit the 10mm area on the sensor of both the film (so called full frame) and the APS-C sensor. That is because the lens obeys the laws of physics. The physics of the lens is not changed because the sensor size is different.

Good Grief - get real.
Forum: Pentax SLR Lens Discussion 08-21-2019, 04:22 PM  
lens light-gathering abilities
Posted By PDL
Replies: 284
Views: 6,474
Crop factor only concerns field of view - nothing else.

If crop factor was all that important, then all of the hand held light meters would have a sensor size input. Guess what, they do not.

As for differing fields of view quickly accessed - here is a blast from the past. A FOV equivalence by film format from 1975 "Kodak Professional Photoguide" pg. 28. Please note the important part THE INFOGRAPH DOES NOT SAY A THING ABOUT EXPOSURE OR LIGHT "GATHERING because that is not effected by crop factor.
Forum: Non-Pentax Cameras: Canon, Nikon, etc. 08-20-2019, 04:49 PM  
$$$ony loses major client.
Posted By PDL
Replies: 20
Views: 1,114

---------- Post added 08-20-19 at 04:56 PM ----------


Phase One should buy Pentax as low cost models.

We would be the benefactors of the deal:
Capture One would support Pentax Metadata.
Pentax 645x cameras would get Capture One support.
Maybe we would get native tethering.
Additional development of new/updated bodies/lenses might be in order (Phase One is very close to Sony for sensor development - eg. IQ4)
Forum: General Photography 08-20-2019, 04:38 PM  
What's in a Name, or Why don't all PF Members post their images along with titles?
Posted By PDL
Replies: 55
Views: 1,948
The company I worked for was developing medical equipment with developers in the USA (multiple sites), Europe, Israel, India, Japan and Singapore. There were no quiet periods on the companies global network. If fact, we had to change our monthly system maintenance from Sunday to Saturday so we would not impact Corporate functions in Asia. The Aussies and the Japanese got really ticked off when we shut them down for 8 hours on a Monday morning. (Our site hosted the companies medical division's SAP instance) We did have non device related outages during our maintenance window. Like when a UPS (Uninterruptable Power Supply) technician dropped a wrench into one of our UPS's when the diesel backup generator was being serviced and the other UPS was having its batteries swapped out. Good Times, especially when I explained what was going on to my supervisor who was based in MA not WA. The site came back on-line before our deadline, but there were company middle managers in high level panic mode.

---------- Post added 08-20-19 at 04:46 PM ----------

And for those people who are looking at your galleries? Why not just say what/where it is.

Having just gone through a photo workshop with a portfolio review, just throwing up pictures is a non-starter. Heck I use Capture One and on export I use the Job Identifier field as part of the photo name. At least it provides basic information where _IGP1234.JPG is in my eye a sign of being either lazy or holding the viewer in disregard.
Forum: Troubleshooting and Beginner Help 08-20-2019, 04:19 PM  
K3 video stabilisation bug
Posted By PDL
Replies: 25
Views: 660
Again, check your settings for Live View and see if tracking is turned on.

Run your SR on, SR off test again, but with Live View set to --- grid and turn off video SR. Just try it and see what happens.

You say you are using Back Button Focus - OK.
You agree that the sensor is locking on (tracking) the highlights of the water.

Just change the Live View mode to anything other than tracking. It appears to me that the tracking mode of Live View is being carried over to video, since you have to be using Live mode to shoot video.
Forum: Troubleshooting and Beginner Help 08-19-2019, 09:34 PM  
K3 video stabilisation bug
Posted By PDL
Replies: 25
Views: 660
Really, AF changing all the time is a bug-a-boo in the few times I have attempted video on my K-3II. One of the reasons that I really don't like shooting video due to the focus slowly shifting. Your mileage may vary.

To each their own, the least the OP could do is to check and see if in LV he has "tracking" enabled. To me it appears that the sensor is locked onto the highlights of the water - moving left to right.


"The K-3 will autofocus during recording whenever you press and hold the AF button. The focusing is very slow (likely to keep audible noise levels down) and tends to hunt with longer lenses"
Forum: General Photography 08-19-2019, 06:12 PM  
What's in a Name, or Why don't all PF Members post their images along with titles?
Posted By PDL
Replies: 55
Views: 1,948
I see this attitude among the so-called "Artsy/Serious" wanna-be's and it drives me nuts.
At least put the location - ya know - city, state/provence, general area, continent, planet .... you get my drift.
Pictures with no context are just that - pictures that if they raise questions - just can't answer the most simple ideas. Who is this (does not have to be specific to a person but in general), where is this (throw us a bone, give us a hint) and possibly why is this.

When I take pictures of doors and other such trivia, at least there are clues as to where it is.

---------- Post added 08-19-19 at 06:15 PM ----------

Since I am using a K-3II, for the most part I leave in the GPS so you can look it up if you are interested. If you don't know how to do that, well then read the file name - I tend to label things or add in keywords (the Instagram generation calls them "tags")

---------- Post added 08-19-19 at 06:26 PM ----------

Most laptops do not have NIC's anymore as they are wireless. Wireless is inherently slower than ethernet. And even the ethernet connections are subject to the slowest component. Just go work for a large company and have your internet provider have a router puke three or four hops away. Everything drops to the lowest speed device. Pipe size matters.

For instance, I was working at a site that had a world wide private network managed by one of the big telecoms. Well, we negotiated a new contract and the old contractor decided to drop our Fiber interconnect between the US and Europe to a "more efficient" link. So instead of running over fiber across the Atlantic we were switched to a combination of satellite and old copper cables. Needless to say our business connectivity (and our software development teams) were none too happy. We lost the equivalent of several days of dev time since our global software repositories could not be synced.

I live with a DSL line and get about 1mbs upload and on a good day, when my wife is not streaming Netflix, I get about 6.6mbs downloads. And I live less than two miles north of Redmond WA (Ya know the home of Microsquish?)
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