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Forum: General Photography 09-13-2019, 12:15 PM  
What is the actual benefit of mirrorless?
Posted By 6BQ5
Replies: 151
Views: 4,678
Wow, lots of replies here! Must be a hot topic.

Mirrorless cameras offer a live view of the image before it is actually taken. Characteristics like white balance, in-camera saturation and styles for JPG shooters, etc are all presented to you live. You can add overlay additional information like focus peaking and histograms in the view. It is also possible to select an area of the image to zoom into to really nail that focus. This can be especially useful when shooting with faster manual lenses that do not send any information to the camera body.

Continuing with focusing capabilities, since you are focusing according to information from the sensor (vs. a split off light signal going under the mirror) you will no longer have front/back focusing issues. You can also have an extremely large number of focus points which can work together in a selected area to increase focus speed/triggering.

Without a mirror needing to go up and down you can have very fast burst rates. This can be useful in sports were you may be presented with unpredictable and fast action.

I understand there can be some advantages to lens design as well, especially wider angle lenses.

My first mirrorless experience was with a first gen Olympus M10. I still have that little camera. It focuses by contrast detection which is pretty slow and practically useless for action bursts. Still subjects are perfect for it. I never, ever, ever missed focus on it. Seriously. If I choose to focus on the closest eye then that eye will be razor sharp. Don't trust the focus? Zoom in on it. Seeing the information in the viewfinder was a huge revelation to me.

My second serious experience with mirrorless is with my Fuji X-T3. It's like my Olympus but on serious performance enhancing drugs. The camera has almost no problem on fast approaching subjects coming at me between 10 and 30 feet. I set the focus point where I want it and track the person keeping their face in that square. If I can't pan accurately then of course I miss focus and get a soft image. I can kind of see when that happens as I'm doing it. A soft image flashes in the EVF and I can make a quick correction. The X-T3 quickly locks on and continues capturing.

Can a mirror'ed camera do the same? Not everything but it can come pretty close. A big, bright, beautiful optical viewfinder with a simple B&W histogram overlay in the bottom right hand side would be awesome! More focus points can probably be. How many does the K-1 have? 27, 29 or something like that? I thought some of the advanced Canon and Nikon bodies offered something in the 50's?

EVFs can of falter in low light. The same grain and noise we see in high ISO images is often times in the EVF when you crank up to 6400 and beyond. An optical viewfinder may be dimmer but it will certainly be cleaner. EVFs also seem smaller to me ... but then again, a lot of viewfinders of any kind will feel small compared to the K-1. :lol: The K-1 viewfinder is huge! Ok ... maybe the OVF in my ME Super or MX is bigger. :p

I don't think one VF is better than the other. Use the one you like and understand what you are getting vs. what you are letting go. I use both happily and appreciate them for what they are.
Forum: Pentax News and Rumors 09-09-2019, 12:43 PM  
Sigma stops K-Mount support
Posted By 6BQ5
Replies: 129
Views: 8,614
On the one hand, I feel bad for Ricoh and the Pentax K-mount ecosystem. Less advanced lenses will mean the system as a whole will begin to stagnate. Sigma recently recently a 40mm f/1.4 which is probably one of the sharpest consumer lenses on the planet. It's a huge barrel of glass. The lens is seemingly so awesome that Sigma welded an extension tube on the mount end so it would work natively with Sony's FE mount ... which makes the lenses even bigger. We will probably never see a lens like that in K-mount. If anyone is going to make some super-duper lenses for K-mount it will probably be Ricoh and we know how quickly they churn them out. Not very fast.

On the other hand, I don't feel bad for Ricoh. They made a conscious decision not to enter the mirrorless market at a time when the market was seriously taking off. In fact, they withdrew from it. They started with the Q and let it die. Ok, fine ... it was a tiny format doomed from the start. But, they did have the K-01. It was chunky, clunky, and weird but it was the right camera. They could have gone further in a K-02 of sorts to advance focusing, add a EVF, better ergonomics, etc. Instead of advancing it they let it go. They noted mirrorless was taking off and simply said they will watch market trends. Well, here's your market trend. It's frustrating for me to see that opportunity squandered. Instead of a super powerful, super slick K-1 that would rival a Sony A7R in resolution/noise/dynamic range and rival the Fuji X-T3 in AF and buffer performance we have a studio camera.


Maybe in the end it really doesn't matter. Lenses don't decay or rot like food. A 20 year old FA 31mm today ought to work just as well in 20 years when it turns 40. That lens is pretty darn good. Just know that lens, and whatever Ricoh trickles out, is it.
Forum: Video and Pentax HDSLRs 08-31-2019, 10:33 AM  
K-1 II/K-3 II or Sony a6000 for basic "studio" work
Posted By 6BQ5
Replies: 14
Views: 818
Video is definitely a weakness of Pentax when compared to other ecosystems. If you are looking to get more into video then look into a Lumix body or something like the Fuji X-T3. Their capabilities are very impressive. I see a standard looking 1/8” mic and headphone jack on my X-T3.

I recently shot some high frame rate video with the Sony RX10 IV and I agree with your displeasure of Sony’s proprietary jacks. :(
Forum: Photographic Industry and Professionals 08-27-2019, 12:14 PM  
DxOmark lens "scoring" versus facts - the good, the bad and the really ugly
Posted By 6BQ5
Replies: 30
Views: 1,338
The only measurement from DxO that I like are the field maps. Their numbers give an indication of what you might possibly see. You would need to follow a couple different reviews and correlate the individual results. Assuming minimal variation between individual lenses of the same design, make, and model, I find the individual results generally track each other to some degree. Better indications can be found in sample images, from DPReview's Studio Comparison tool to real world images on sites like ePhotoZine. Some images can be used to determine corner sharpness while others can help determine contrast. If you can download the raw files and process them yourself then you will get more insight. Renting a lens is an even better test. Buying and using a specific copy under your own conditions is the ultimate best test.
Forum: Pentax K-3 08-13-2019, 11:56 AM  
Pentax K-3 vs K-1
Posted By 6BQ5
Replies: 19
Views: 1,750
The K-1's low light performance is a big leap forward compared to the K-3.
Forum: Pentax Lens Articles 08-08-2019, 12:54 PM  
Give this man some love! (Cameraville)
Posted By 6BQ5
Replies: 19
Views: 1,219
I watched the full first half the video and then skipped around in the second half.

I have both telephoto lenses, the Fuji 100-400 and the Pentax 150-450. The video is a fairly accurate representation of the two lenses.

The Pentax build quality is very superior to Fuji's. My Fuji lens doesn't wobble like his and it's solid enough to be "solid" but it's not Pentax-solid. You could probably hammer nails into solid concrete with the Pentax lens. In a pinch you could probably use the Pentax lens as a rolling pin to knead dough too.

IQ from the Pentax lens at the long end is (very) noticeably better than Fuji's when you pixel peep. Pentax's colors, contrast, and general rendering is much better.

When panning across left to right at near infinity distances the K-1's focusing performance is great or definitely good enough. It's the closer distances, like 100 meters and below, when subjects are quickly running straight toward you, where a Fuji X-T3 way, way, way outshines a Pentax K-1. Select your focus point in the Fuji, keep your subject in point, and press the shutter button. The Fuji can give a you a ridiculous amount of sharp images from a burst. My K-1 lags in triggering focus, tracking, and writing data to SD cards. Suppose you have a runner coming at you full speed. I ask the K-1 to focus and fire the shutter when focus is confirmed. 9 times out of 10 the face is blurry/soft but the feet which are further back will be sharp. Why? The face has moved forward is out of the focus plane and the feet moved to the distance where the face was. Remember, runners lean forward. This is not a front/back focus calibration problem. Stationary objects or those at near infinity are ridiculously super razor sharp on my K-1. 36 MP is an amazing amount of pixels.

The 150-400mm can focus very fast if the camera commands it to and that's where the problemis . The K-1's focusing system is not very commanding (demanding?). I'm hoping Ricoh can one day make an auto-focus, SD card writing beast of a machine.

I sold all my K-mount zoom lenses except for the 150-400mm. That lens, plus my primes, is what keeps me in K-mount. Fuji doesn't have anything like the trio of FA Limited lenses.

Smaller sized zoom lenses, superior auto-focus performance, and write performance pulled me to Fuji.
Forum: Sold Items 01-01-2019, 09:12 PM  
For Sale - Sold: Pentax D-FA 24-70mm f/2.8 lens
Posted By 6BQ5
Replies: 2
Views: 646
PM replied.
Forum: Sold Items 01-01-2019, 05:15 PM  
For Sale - Sold: Pentax D-FA 24-70mm f/2.8 lens
Posted By 6BQ5
Replies: 2
Views: 646
PentaxForums.com Marketplace Listing

Item for Sale
Pentax D-FA 24-70mm f/2.8 lens

Asking Price
600.00 USD

Item Location
Minden, NV (United States)

Item Description
I would like to offer my Pentax D-FA 24-70mm f/2.8 lens for sale here.

The lens zooms, focuses, and operates the aperture perfectly. I used this lens a lot so there may be some dust on the barrel and knurled grips. Nothing really to notice unless I told you about it beforehand ... like, now. :lol: The lens elements are clean and clear. There is a dust sized mark or two on the front element but nothing that would affect image quality. Please see the pictures for more details.

I am selling it because the lens is too big and heavy for me. My K-1 is dedicated to primes and my u4/3 and X-mount bodies are for zooms.

Asking price is $600 plus shipping. Shipping will probably cost around $15 inside the US. I am happy to ship worldwide. Ping me for an exact cost.

I would like to be paid through PayPal but will happily accept cash, checks, and money order if the buyer insists.

Buyer has 7 days after receiving the lens to evaluate it. The buyer can return the lens for a refund of the lens price. Buyer pays for return shipping.

Feel free to ask questions! :)

Are you the original owner of the item being sold?
Yes

Are you selling or trading this item?
Selling

Item Condition (Key)
Used
Excellent

Shipping Destinations
Worldwide

Shipping Charge
15

Shipping Services
USPS

Accepted Payment Types
PayPal Check/Money Order Other (Elaborate)

Return Policy & Additional Details
7 day evaluation. If not satisfied then buyer may return lens for refund of lens price only. Buyer pays return shipping,.

Please send me a private message if interested in the item!
Forum: Sold Items 12-30-2018, 01:12 PM  
For Sale - Sold: Sigma 12-24mm f/4.5-5.6 DG Full Frame Ultra Wide Angle Zoom
Posted By 6BQ5
Replies: 0
Views: 586
PentaxForums.com Marketplace Listing

Item for Sale
Sigma 12-24mm f/4.5-5.6 DG Full Frame Ultra Wide Angle Zoom

Asking Price
320.00 USD

Item Location
Minden, NV (United States)

Item Description
Up for grabs is my Sigma 12-24mm f/4.5-5.6 DG ultra wide angle zoom lens. This lens is an official refurbished product from Sigma and I am the original owner. I am selling this lens because I have moved to u4/3 and X-mount for zoom lenses and only use K-mount for the primes.

This lens is in excellent condition. It was never dropped or abused. The optics look clean and clear. Zoom, screw drive focus, and aperture control work well. Nothing out of the ordinary. The center is plenty sharp, especially at f/8 - f/11. Corners and extreme edges suffer as can be expected from an old design but you can recover with some selective sharpening. Shoot into the sun for some nice flare. :)

All original packaging and paperwork is included.

Shipping inside the US will probably be $10 - $15. I am happy to ship anywhere in the world as long as the buyer pays the actual cost.

The price is $320. I would like to be paid through PayPal but will accept other forms of payment like cash, check, money order, etc.

Buyer has 7 days after receiving the lens to evaluate it and can return it for a refund of the lens price. Buyer is responsible for return shipping.

Feel free to ask questions! :)

Are you the original owner of the item being sold?
Yes

Are you selling or trading this item?
Selling

Item Condition (Key)
Used
Excellent

Shipping Destinations
Worldwide

Shipping Charge
10

Shipping Services
USPS

Accepted Payment Types
PayPal Check/Money Order Other (Elaborate)

Return Policy & Additional Details
7 day evaluation. Buyer pays return shipping. Refund of lens price only.

Please send me a private message if interested in the item!
Forum: Pentax SLR Lens Discussion 12-28-2018, 10:32 AM  
2019
Posted By 6BQ5
Replies: 16
Views: 1,403
AF-C with depth control and 8 FPS. Would that be too much to ask for?
Forum: Pentax News and Rumors 12-24-2018, 09:35 AM  
DP Review puts K-1 Mark II as second worst camera of 2018
Posted By 6BQ5
Replies: 996
Views: 57,446
Calling the K-1 II the worst camera of the year for any reason is not justifiable. There is plenty worse out there.

However, I think we can use this event as a moment of reflection. You have to admit there is very *little* product buzz. I mean, look at how the world shakes and rumbles with releases from the big boys like Sony, Nikon, and Canon. Even small fry Fuji cause a rumble with their X-T3. I think Ricoh is more than capable of releasing a power house camera body and generate some excitement.
Forum: Pentax DSLR Discussion 12-07-2018, 01:38 PM  
From Fuji to Pentax? May be yes, may be not.
Posted By 6BQ5
Replies: 293
Views: 15,667
These are gorgeous pictures showing what the photographer can do. :D ;)



I'm not too crazy about extremely thin DoF where only the eyelashes are in focus and everything like the nose and ears is soft.

In general, if you are looking for thinner DoF then you need to get into the largest sensor format you can afford, like full frame, and get the largest aperture lenses available.

Mitakon makes a series called Speedmaster with very low f-stop numbers, like f/0.95. The lenses are all manually focused and can be challenging to focus. The DoF is so thin that any wobble from you and/or your subject can push or pull features out of focus. That's what other people say. Personally I do not have these lenses. Google it. You will hear many user stories. Some love it. Some don't.

The problem with those lenses is compromises were made to make the lens small and affordable. Those compromises keep the lens from being very sharp at the edges and borders at smaller apertures, like f/4.

Really, you must think of what compromises you want. Do you want even performance across the lens? Then forget the f/0.95 lens. Do you want shallow depth of field? Then forget about even performance across the frame. Do you want both in one package? Then get ready to spend a serious amount of money.

Personally, I like small packaged systems. The K-1 with it's big heavy zooms were too much for me. If it could focus and burst like the Fuji X-T3 then I'd keep the zooms. Instead, I'm keeping it for my small Limited series primes. Fuji's APS-C is still a little chunky for me but the performance of the body and the excellent lenses is worth it. My ideal size is something like Oly M10. It's small, light, and very sharp. I have my small zooms and primes and shooting wide open at f/2.8 or f/1.4 in u4/3 is probably as shallow as I want to go.

Here are some shots from my Fuji X-T3 and the small XF50mm f/2 lens.

Shot at f/4.
_DSF4248_ISO400_f4_50 mm by Boris, on Flickr

Shot at f/2.8

_DSF4231_ISO160_f2.8_50 mm
by Boris, on Flickr

Shot at f/4.5
_DSF4147_ISO160_f4.5_50 mm 1 by Boris, on Flickr

That's enough DoF play for me. :)
Forum: Pentax DSLR Discussion 12-06-2018, 10:20 PM  
From Fuji to Pentax? May be yes, may be not.
Posted By 6BQ5
Replies: 293
Views: 15,667
Yeah, my X-T3 eats through batteries really fast when blasting through bursts. Thankfully spare batteries are pretty cheap. Considering the AF and burst performance I'm OK with the compromise.
Forum: Pentax DSLR Discussion 12-05-2018, 08:35 AM  
From Fuji to Pentax? May be yes, may be not.
Posted By 6BQ5
Replies: 293
Views: 15,667
I have an Oly M10, the first version. It’s a wonderful camera! I don’t mind shots at ISO 6400 if I am not printing big. Social media sharing is also fine if you lower resolution. Over the years I have built up a kit of zooms and primes that are very, very, very sharp and also very portable! I took this kit with me to Kazakhstan this summer for 3 weeks. Other than fast tracking action shots the Oly M10 served me well. I never found a situation where the camera did not perform the task I needed it too.

On-sensor focusing is slow because it is only contrast based. But, it is very accurate. No front/back focus issues. Seeing the live preview and histogram in the EVF is a huge benefit. I shoot in RAW format and I can say the files are beautiful. They process real easy in Capture One. Colors, contrasts sharpness, etc. All good! You will like it.

I feel like the lenses for u4/3 are usually more affordable than in other mounts. That doesn’t mean anything is cheap. :) What I mean to say is that everything felt within reach for dedicated amateurs and enthusiasts like me. There is also a huge variety of lenses available.

My M10 is only 16 MP and I never feel a need for more. More is nice but not necessary. I have printed wonderful images at 12”x18” with no loss of enjoyment.

You will not regret getting into the u4/3 ecosystem with your Oly M5.
Forum: Pentax DSLR Discussion 11-30-2018, 08:45 AM  
From Fuji to Pentax? May be yes, may be not.
Posted By 6BQ5
Replies: 293
Views: 15,667
I disagree with your logic that there is no upgrade path for Fuji since there is no FF offering - just MF. You can say the same about the K-1. Once you get there it's a dead end too. Where are you going to? A 645Z? Fuji seems to have found an upgrade path not through different sensor formats but through technological advances in auto focus performance, burst rates, improved EVF, etc. The current X-T3 and X-H1 are not the ends of the line. I'm sure they'll keep going forward especially as 4k video takes on a more prominent role inside a traditional stills camera. There's also the natural, but slow, advancement in sensor performance. I fully expect computational photography to start taking off too. In this regard Pentax has a very, very long upgrade path ahead of them. There is so much they can still add to their system.

Getting back to the numbers game on lenses :) I think it's easy to say that every mount has enough lenses for everyone. No matter what you are looking for there is a >90% chance you will find it. I mean, how many do you really need? A trio of lenses + 1 and a trio of primes + 1. Maybe you have a superzoom and one or two specialty or artsy lenses on top of that for a rainy day. That brings you to 9 - 11 lenses. Do you really need more? It's just an accumulation after that vs. lenses you would actually use. With that in mind, I say Pentax (and everyone else) is overflowing with glass. :D
Forum: Pentax DSLR Discussion 11-29-2018, 12:54 PM  
From Fuji to Pentax? May be yes, may be not.
Posted By 6BQ5
Replies: 293
Views: 15,667
While there are lots of APS-C lenses available in K-mount and there are even more APS-C lenses available for other mounts.

Looking at Adorama, I see they offer 143 lenses in Fuji X-mount. They offer a total of 140 lenses in K-mount but that includes FF and APS-C together. We can keep that 140 number since FF lenses will work just fine on APS-C. While those numbers sound good they begin to pale when compared to the 152 Sony E (APS-C) and 229 Sony FE (FF) lenses which when combined offer 381 lenses. But even that pales to the 529 offered for Nikon and the 613 offered for Canon. :eek:

Ok, ok ... I know that number game is pretty silly and it's a bit of a stunt but it does show the extent of support.
Forum: Pentax DSLR Discussion 11-29-2018, 08:27 AM  
From Fuji to Pentax? May be yes, may be not.
Posted By 6BQ5
Replies: 293
Views: 15,667
People have already heavily mentioned the difference in the EVF, construction, lens sizes, and availability. Two things that should be further emphasized is the lack of IBIS in the X-T[x] series and the AF capabilities.

I shoot with a X-T3 alongside my K-1 so I was used to IBIS and having stability with super slow shutter speeds. When shooting with the X-T3 I always have to think twice about speeds like 1/20 which would be a no brained on the K-1. Thankfully those use cases are pretty slim for me. You may find yourself in a different boat so keep that in mind.

Second, the AF capabilities of the X-T3 are wonderfully insane compared to the K-1. The tracking capabilities, burst rates, and accuracy are simply outstanding. I wouldnít say itís perfect-perfect-perfect but itís so far ahead of what Pentax offers that Pentaxís capabilities look seriously mundane and outdated. Also gone are the front/back focus errors. I can photograph kids running ... running!! ... toward me and darn near every frame is sharp. How Fuji does that is beyond my comprehension. Oh, and the buffer doesnít overflow and slow down the photographer.

If you arenít shooting action then the K-1 will probably blow away a lot of what any Fuji can do. The sensor in the K-1 camera is simply amazing! Color, dynamic range, noise, tones ... Pentax seriously hit a home run with the K-1. Match that performance with their lens designs and, like some have said here already, you are approaching medium format territory.

Lastly, think of print sizes. If you print big, like 40x60 inch posters then the extra megapixels in the K-1 will help you a lot. I printed a 15x60 panorama from my K-1 and that is starting to push the limits of the K-1 sensor. Otherwise, 12x18 inch prints look superb on the Fuji X-T3.
Forum: Pentax Price Watch 11-22-2018, 04:38 PM  
20% off at Rakuten.com, up to $60 max-$78 for the 35mm 2.4 for example
Posted By 6BQ5
Replies: 6
Views: 500
I've ordered through Rakuten before. The first time Adorama was the seller and the second time Focus Camera was the seller. Now I've ordered a third time and Focus Camera is the seller again.
Forum: Pentax Price Watch 11-21-2018, 04:22 PM  
15% Off your Ebay Mobile Cart
Posted By 6BQ5
Replies: 3
Views: 546
This is a good deal. Oddly enough, I start out looking for camera gear to buy and end up buying something completely different and unrelated instead!
Forum: Pentax Q 11-09-2018, 08:21 AM  
this was posted on youtube today... new camera?
Posted By 6BQ5
Replies: 33
Views: 3,402
I too would have loved to see a fully develop Q series camera but when cell phones are sporting their own 1/2.55” sensors (and two -or three- of them at that) then there is truly no hope that the Q will come back.

I’ve been casually shopping around for a new phone to replace my iPhone 6s. Some of those new android phones with multiple cameras are truly impressive. With the right app you can even get DNG files out of your camera. I can understand how the cell phone market decimated the “P&S” sized camera segment.

Let enjoy the Q for what it was in a historical context and as a still valid creative tool. :)
Forum: Pentax News and Rumors 11-05-2018, 07:30 PM  
Kenspo moves on
Posted By 6BQ5
Replies: 305
Views: 25,362
Jumping in a bit late here ...

From what I remember the R/W speeds are based on the interface between the camera and the SD card. Ricoh took so long to develop the K-1 that the communications protocols changed a few generations. Rather than update the SD card interface to something newer and faster they chose to keep the old one. Why? They didn't want to delay the release of the K-1 anymore. There didn't seem to be a technical challenge at the time. Why didn't they take the time between the K-1 and K-1 Mk II? Who knows ... maybe they felt they had other more pressing issues.


Yeah, the slow xfer from the buffer to the SD cards is a pain point. I always felt it but tolerated it.


Should Ricoh decide to update the frame rate and the xfer speeds to the SD card then be ready to buy new SD cards that support the higher speeds. They are not exactly cheap.
Forum: Repairs and Warranty Service 10-24-2018, 08:40 AM  
FA 50 1.4 aperture blade fell off!
Posted By 6BQ5
Replies: 7
Views: 864
Yep, I had this happen too. The blade didn’t fall off completely but it was dislodged such that the aperture was stuck at f/22 after being closed down. I had to send my copy to Erik Hendrickson for a CLA. He said it’s a fairly common fault of the lens. All was well after the CLA.
Forum: Pentax SLR Lens Discussion 10-22-2018, 09:24 PM  
Good quality telezoom on a budget
Posted By 6BQ5
Replies: 42
Views: 2,303
The Tamron 70-200mm f/2.8 is a solid performer. Sharp, crisp, clear. With good light you can snap away all day at f/4 to f/8 depending on how much DoF you need. Action shots where fast AF isn’t needed will come out great. Think of shots where you pan or something is basically happening at inifinity +/- a bit so the screw drive focus won’t be racking back and forth.

If you ever decide to go with a K-1 then be ready to carry some weight around. It won’t feel heavy at first but after a while it will feel like a truck full of bricks. FF zooms and FF lenses in general will only get bigger as the market embraces monster, coffee can sized barrels of glass.
Forum: Pentax News and Rumors 10-21-2018, 09:55 AM  
Yay! Ricoh Imaging will announce a new camera this month or next month! (Nokishita)
Posted By 6BQ5
Replies: 343
Views: 24,241
Hmmm! Could the IMX204 be a sign for a new revived Q?
Forum: Flashes, Lighting, and Studio 10-19-2018, 07:13 AM  
Batteries for Flashes.
Posted By 6BQ5
Replies: 48
Views: 2,405
I’ve been using Bonai batteries, with a 2800 mA capacity. They seem to hold up well popping off full power flashes. I have no idea about their discharge curve.

I use generic chargers mostly and the original Eneloop model I got years ago. They all seem to work fine.
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