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Forum: Pentax News and Rumors 07-07-2019, 06:32 AM  
HD Pentax-DA Fish-Eye 10-17mm f/3.5-4.5 ED
Posted By xmeda
Replies: 192
Views: 10,604
Better than nothing and at least they can boast that some products were launched and that company is still alive. Investment is small and result acceptable.

On the other hand there are lenses that need rebuild much more. Like DA*16-50/2.8 with sudden death motor, weak borders and big load of CA. Also HD DA 18-135 would be nice as this is one of popular lenses.
Forum: Pentax K-3 05-20-2019, 01:02 PM  
Cleaning Sensor
Posted By xmeda
Replies: 16
Views: 1,057
Just be gentle with O-ICK and cameras without classic AA filter..
Forum: Pentax K-3 05-20-2019, 12:47 PM  
The K-3 line will continue!
Posted By xmeda
Replies: 928
Views: 80,503
35Mpix canon APS-C will have horrible noise and dynamic range unless canon guys found some miracle recipe. But if they stick around 22-26mpix, that might be interesting machine.

Concerning KP vs K5/K3 series.. KP only offers slightly better hi-iso than K3, all other aspects are worse. Buffer (10x raw is laughable), FPS, card writing, battery life, shutter speed and life, IR ports, separate cable release jack, top display, PZ support, ergonomy.

Of course if you are just random turist shooting few pics on hiking trip into jpg, you don't care. (Then even K70 is great machine for you and you can save money.)

But if you are used to shoot serious stuff like reports, weddings, sport actions, racing etc, where quick response and controls ergonomy is critical. for long hours with camera in hand using different F2.8 zooms or telephotos, flashes etc. and bring home 800+ raw/day, Then you quickly notice how inadequate KP is for this task and how even original K3 mk1 beats it right away.
KP simply belongs to K-01, KS1, KS2 line of special cameras. Retro looking slightly advanced K70 brother. Not a bad camera, but definitely not top-tier APS-C machine like K7/K5/K3.

And I hope that they manage to prepare something better than KPII.. that case would be the last slap.
Forum: Pentax News and Rumors 05-13-2019, 07:15 AM  
Rumours of HD Pentax-D FA 50-300mm f/4.5-5.6/6.3
Posted By xmeda
Replies: 97
Views: 10,704
There are more missing things.. to make FF system comparable option for customers:
20/1.4
24/1.4
35/1.4
85/1.4
135/1.4
*300/2.8
*400/2.8

12-24/4
(*14-24/2.8)
(*24-70/2.8)
28-200/3.5-5.6
50-300/4.5-5.6
70-200/4
150-600/4.5-6.3

= highly unlikely to happen within next 5 or even 10 years under Ricoh. While other competitors do offer these already. And I bet, that even new R canon and Z nikon would be covered completely by modern dedicated lenses faster than our 50 years old K mount.



On the other hand DA line mainly needs 16-50 and 50-135 rebuild/refresh, HD18-135 mod and some fast F2.8 limited lenses in 16 to 20mm range. + new camera of course. Rest is covered pretty well.

Concerning removal of all current 55-300 (DA-WR, DA-L and DA PLM) lenses and build one FF 50-300, there is no need to make that lens significantly bigger than original DA55-300 and also focusing can be done same way as on current PLM.
Forum: Pentax News and Rumors 05-09-2019, 12:33 AM  
Rumours of HD Pentax-D FA 50-300mm f/4.5-5.6/6.3
Posted By xmeda
Replies: 97
Views: 10,704
I asked Ricoh multiple times and stated many times on many forums that they should ditch all DA55-300 lenses and build one FF 50/60-300 instead. It would be cheaper to produce one lens usable on both systems than running two production lines and preparing new for K1 basic telephoto lens.

So maybe they started thinking.
Forum: Pentax News and Rumors 03-16-2019, 11:31 AM  
Lens roadmap: Tanaka-san spills the beans
Posted By xmeda
Replies: 360
Views: 24,067
At least they started to listen a bit! :)

24/1.4 is one of key lenses for usable FF system, while 85/1.4 is pretty specific portrait lens and we already have 77/1.8 and 70/2.4, while there is nothing available on the wide part of range.. 20, 24, 28, ony FA31/1.8Ltd and then mediocre 35/2.. or the tamron zoom 24-70/2.8 which is not bad, but still just F2.8 tamron zoom.. nothing to write home about and nothing to attract users who can buy original tamron 24-70/2.8 for other systems cheaper.

35/1.4.. at least we still have Sigma 35/1.4 Art, so this focal length is not the most painful. But in future this should be covered by some DFA*35/1.4 too..



DFA 70-300 is obvious, but it will be cute to prepare one lens for both FF and APS-C.. some 60-300 or 55-300. Then they can remove all 55-300 models and use the same production resources.

70-200/4 again.. lets do it a bit wider to fit both customer camps... 60-200/4 will be better and nobody else has lens like that. DA*60-250/4 was pretty interesting lens.. that design can be modified to fit FF camera and then it would again be something special that others do not have... DFA*60-250/4.. why not? Put a reliable motor inside, keep competitive price and you'll see results quickly.

Ricoh should try to offer options that others do not have to attract some newcomers. If they just copy what canon, nikon and Sony already have, then there is no way, that customers would switch..


Concerning DA*16-50/2.8 successor.. I'm asking for such lens for several years. Current DA*16-50 is just overpriced mediocre lens. Sig 17-50/2-8 is optically better and cost 1/3. But if they manage to redesign it into DA*11-18/2.8 level optically, I would buy that and keep sigma for backup camera. That focal range is very important if they want to offer some hi-end APS-C cameras.
Lets hope it would be something better than just DA*16-50/2.8 with HD coating... if it takes few years to develop it, they hopefuly are working on optical redesign too :)
Forum: Pentax News and Rumors 02-14-2019, 02:51 AM  
CP+ interview question suggestions
Posted By xmeda
Replies: 129
Views: 8,280
This is one of production facilities.. not Research and Development department. That is located in Japan.
Forum: Pentax News and Rumors 02-14-2019, 01:56 AM  
CP+ interview question suggestions
Posted By xmeda
Replies: 129
Views: 8,280
1: Could you please share with us what approximately is the size of R&D departments working of cameras and lenses? It seems that during last 5+ years this department was significantly reduced.

2: After many years of SDM problems mainly with 16-50 and 50-135 lenses, there is still zero damage control visible on Ricoh side. One would expect at least statements assuring that since xxx motors were replaced in production with updated version. Or even better one would expect 16-50II and 50-135II lenses to be re-introduced with HD coating, upgraded motor and tuned optical output to remain interesting for customers. Do you plan to modernize these lenses anytime soon?

3: Could you please comment what is the idea behind releasing FF camera with limited lens support and then few years later releasing fast 50mm lens first instead of fast wide prime lenses like 20/24/35, that could make both APS-C and FF users happy?

4: Could you please share what is Ricoh's target for next 5 years?

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It is digital signal noise reduction co-processor added to improve poor PRIME computing power without the need of radical redesign of chip and board. Nothing else. It is hardware function, not any software glitch.
Forum: Pentax SLR Lens Discussion 02-12-2019, 02:14 PM  
Sigma 35 1.4 Art, Sigma 17-50 for portraiture
Posted By xmeda
Replies: 10
Views: 784



Sigma 17-50/2.8 is optically the best large aperture zoom with this range available for K mount. Other options are Tamron 17-50/2.8 which is not as good and has mechanical problems with stuck zoom (broken helicoid or inner tube over time) and Pentax SMC DA*16-50/2.8 SDM, which has a lot of CA, weak frame edges and sudden death motor. Quite overpriced thing.

Since I bought that Sig17-50, my FA*24/1, FA35/2 and FA50/1.4 are rarely used.
Sig35/1.4 is best resolving 35mm lens available for K mount to date.
Decisions on these are pretty easy. Especialy if you check customer-friendly price of that 17-50/2.8.

And as we can see, you already have them both :)


+ you can add Sigma 18-35/1.8 in list too, but try more samples to test AF alignment with your camera. Some need to be send to Sigma service for AF correction for your camera. Also be avare, that Pentax AF pretty often struggles with lenses faster than F2.8
Forum: Pentax News and Rumors 02-11-2019, 02:29 PM  
FF TC - full frame teleconverter
Posted By xmeda
Replies: 183
Views: 24,612
well...

Forum: Pentax News and Rumors 02-03-2019, 04:41 PM  
New zoom 70-200 F4
Posted By xmeda
Replies: 283
Views: 33,764
Don't expect less than €1200.. cheap pentax era is gone.


If you want cheap good 70-200 then just buy Tamron 70-200/2.8 (still available new) or Sigma 70-200/2.8 and be happy. It will be pretty hard to beat them being stopped down from F2.8 to F4 with any 70-200/4 lens wide open.


70-300 as compact and rather affordable FF lens is needed. But it is sad that they are not thinking more about majority of K mount users who have APS-C cameras. Instead of releasing several different 55-300 (DA, DA-L, HDDAWR, HDDAPLM) lenses and now some DFA 70-300 lens, they should have released one single DFA 60-300 DC WR right from the beginning or instead of that PLM. It would be interesting for both camps and it will also be more interesting than those competitors like Nikkor 70-300 or Canon 70-300 IS. Not to mention cost savings when factory is focused on one product instead of several different.


Canon EF 70-300mm f/4-5.6 USM IS
Canon EF 70-300mm f/4-5.6 USM L IS
Canon EF 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6 USM DO IS
Nikkor AF 70-300mm f/4-5.6 D ED
Nikkor AF-S 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6 G IF-ED VR
Sigma AF 70-300mm f/4-5.6 DG APO macro
Sigma AF 70-300mm f/4-5.6 OS
Tamron AF 70-300mm f/4-5.6 SP Di VC USD
Sony 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6 SSM G


Forum: Pentax News and Rumors 02-03-2019, 04:19 PM  
FF TC - full frame teleconverter
Posted By xmeda
Replies: 183
Views: 24,612
oh .. a teleconverter.. to teleconvert everything!

Forum: Pentax News and Rumors 02-03-2019, 04:03 PM  
roadmap updated
Posted By xmeda
Replies: 31
Views: 5,637
They are developing, planning, smiling, delaying...

and: Number of Pentax DSLR bodies sold in the Japanese home market in 2018 was in a 3.1% share. Compared to the previous years' results (4.2% in 2017, 4.8% in 2016, 6.7% in 2015 for Pentax)

---------- Post added 04-02-19 at 12:04 AM ----------




Forget Q, that thing is dead.
Forum: Pentax SLR Lens Discussion 02-03-2019, 04:01 PM  
HD FA35 f/2 vs FA35 f/2 - hybrid aspherical vs ground glass aspherical element?
Posted By xmeda
Replies: 45
Views: 2,993
Enjoy comparison..

????????HD PENTAX-FA 35mm F2 ????? !!! HD ??????-FA 35mm F2 ??? - ??????????by????????

Basically still the same lens with slightly improved reflection control. But the main pain - hexagonal bokeh - is still there..
Forum: Pentax News and Rumors 02-01-2019, 03:21 PM  
roadmap updated
Posted By xmeda
Replies: 31
Views: 5,637
Maybe we can expect 20/2 PenTokina later..
Forum: Pentax News and Rumors 01-30-2019, 05:25 AM  
11-18 and revamped 35mm F2 on january 31?
Posted By xmeda
Replies: 995
Views: 64,232
FA35/2 is not bad lens, but 6 blade aperture is ugly and purple fringing + CA can also be ugly. But if they manage to replace aperture with 9 rounded blades and improve optics and add WR, it might result in interesting lens... HD FA 35/2.. why not.


And at least they can have some fast 35mm for their FF system with reduced development cost, because current situation is very bad in wide angle area.. and 35/2 can be more affordable than 35/1.4 which is also missing and probably is nowhere near delivery.


Screw drive is OK, but camera must be capable of nailing focus :) It allows for small size and extreme durability.



Now lets rework FA*24/2 into HD-DFA 24/2 WR and K1 FF system would be a bit more interesting...
Forum: Pentax DSLR Discussion 01-28-2019, 02:09 PM  
K-3 ii successor? Just curious...
Posted By xmeda
Replies: 142
Views: 14,726
Accelerator is just additional coprocessor for digital noise reduction processor, which is already weak. So they added more computing power this way. It is not advantage. I'd like to have new fast powerful PRIME instead of these bottleneck workarounds.

100 000 shutter DOES NOT mean lifetime expectancy. There is no "200 000 limit" or something like that. It jus means that shutter is tested to keep proper timing after so many actuations. So 1/8000s is still within some test margin (lets say below 10% deviation). If shutter mechanism is clean and lubed it should do more than 500 000 actuations easily. Just maybe instead of 1/8000s after years it will behave like 1/6500 at that 1/8000s setting or so. Which is minor problem.

In general shutter life depends on user. If you keep a lot of dust in camera mirrorbox or you live in area, where microscopic particles of sand or salt are in air, then your shutter probably would die much faster than shutter of camera that is being used only in clean studio with constant humidity and temperature.

But on the other hand.. just few guys can hit more than 100k actuations. In most cases camera is already replaced before hitting that count.

My K5 has 125900 and unfortunately I'm forced to beat this old horse again and again, because there is no proper replacement... (K3 was not significant upgrade and KP lacks things that are important and K1 lacks lenses and FPS but adds unwanted dimensions and weight)


On board flash capable of wireless flash operation is mandatory. GPS can easily be placed in other part of camera body. Your mobile phones are tiny, yet they have GPS, WIFI and GSM antennas packed in that tiny body. K3II GPS was just horribly crude installation as they were forced to keep old body shell. And I don't understand why they decided to remove flash unit from K1.. for comparison D810 has flash. It might save some $ if they omit it, but I'd be happy to pay fer bucks more and have flash, than have none. There are many situations, where it saves the day even though usability is rather limited. (And yes, I have several external hot-shoe flash units.. but I'm not going to carry one all the time in bag. Not even my small Metz MB26 AF or Pentax AF-160s.)



Sad thing is, that I don't believe that they were able to develop something usable yet. Last year they mentioned that they started development. And it takes at least 2-3 years in healthy company to deliver camera. Ane even if they re-use many modules from previous models, it probably won't be ready until 2020..

So this year I expect some K70 replacement... or maybe KPII with some minor tweaks :(



In next camera I'd like to see:

- top display, preferably dot matrix
- flash capable of wireless command
- articulated screen
- d-li90 battery
- AF comparable to competitors both phase detect and live-view including AF auto adjust
- 4K video
- 8+ fps with buffer for at least 40 raw frames
- high sensitivity
- high dynamic range
- K7/K5/K3 line size & ergonomy
- dual card slot
- IR receivers

and that camera should be competitive even after 3 years on market
Forum: Pentax Full Frame 01-16-2019, 12:46 PM  
Ricoh Japan FF Camera Market Survey
Posted By xmeda
Replies: 37
Views: 3,542
K1 was released in 2016 after painful costly development, it was finished last year as K1II. That is not going to be replaced for next 3-4 years or so. Maybe never. With their limited resources... ehm.

K3/K3II replacement physical development maybe started last year. Maybe. I lost any trust to those smiley Ricoh marketing guys. What we know for sure KP development ended by 2017. So they maybe prepared some rough plans that year and last year they moved to early development stages (see below)



When Pentax used to be productive (2006-2010) it took them 2 years to introduce new advanced camera model and they usually reused many modules from previous body. Keep in mind that they started new thing even before previous model was released.


There is very little chance to relase new camera this year. Only if they reuse many components from K3 and KP and release some KPII with slight updates. But that would unfortunately result in camera with specs behind latest competitors. And that would be very problematic, because such camera with current tempo has to survive at least 4 years on rapidly evolving competitve market.




Development starts with marketing who collects voice of customer, then collected data is processed, design team proposes some ideas to marketing. Marketing defines product specification for desired camera and then somebody has to decide about funding. When funding is available research&development stage starts. Now we passed year or more.


Then they has to prepare concept, check it again with marketing and finances, then they have to do drawings, 3d models, board layout, start with firmware, assemble some early prototypes (2nd year passed).


Next they have prepare mechanical toolings, final board layout, some qualification samples that are almost as final camera and test them while firmware and details are still being finished. (3rd year passed)


And then they have some final qualification samples and they start heavy testing. If no serious issues are detected, then they have to prepare manufacturing line, toolings, assembly instructions etc etc.. and start production (4th year passed).
+ add some time for CE, UL and other agency testings.


Maybe somebody think that they just develop and put camera into production within a year.. but that simply is unreal.
As a process engineer working on significantly simpler electromechanical assemblies I have some insight into R&D processes. And yes, it takes a lot of time. And they do not have 400 design guys working on one product like maybe Sony can afford... they have tens of guys working on several different projects (lens A, lens B, camera A, camera B, compact camera, mobile app etc...)
Forum: Pentax News and Rumors 01-07-2019, 04:22 PM  
Nippon Camera Ricoh/Pentax 2019 Interview
Posted By xmeda
Replies: 887
Views: 48,194
99% religion 1% reality here..
Forum: Pentax News and Rumors 01-07-2019, 01:40 PM  
Nippon Camera Ricoh/Pentax 2019 Interview
Posted By xmeda
Replies: 887
Views: 48,194
Nice.. so you have two tamron lenses that are available for canon and nikon with working VC, longer varranty and are cheaper. And then you have overpriced 70-200 which has outdated AF motor, while other users can get cheaper, faster focusing and still optically excellent Tamron 70-200/2.8 G2 that ruled through many tests.. so where is the point of investing into Pentax?

Maybe your pink glasses are too pinky that you cannot see through :)




Or maybe the new DFA50/1.4 is the gem that should attract everybody?
Nope.
Others simply can buy the Tokina version... or any other 50/1.4 like Zeiss Otus, Zeiss Milvus, or own system 50/1.4 lenses or even F1.2 lenses. They DON'T CARE about that lens at all. Only pentaxians do. Its like religion.. but very weird religion.
Forum: Pentax News and Rumors 01-07-2019, 01:26 PM  
Nippon Camera Ricoh/Pentax 2019 Interview
Posted By xmeda
Replies: 887
Views: 48,194
Yes. And Customers are buying into SYSTEM. Not into camera. Ricoh can have excellent K1 (Which it is not!), but WITHOUT comparable portfolio of LENSES the whole system is messed up right from start. And what is worst, they are not even able to catch breath and deliver few new FF lenses every year. Instead we have 1-2 products per year. And considering the fact, that Pentax has lost Tokina, Tamron, Zeiss and Sigma, the situation is even worse. Because Canon, Nikon and Sony do have options to use these new lenses. Not to mention that they are able to deliver bunch of own lenses every year. Who on earth is going to invest into Pentax system over the fully established and supported systems. Just few strange gus and hardcore pentaxians or pentax believers who already have many old FF lenses. Many of them already left.. I saw several offerings of barely used K1 setups during last months as new FF systems were delivered by C/N/S.

FF battle for Ricoh is lost. But it seems that they are too slow to realize this and they, as we can see now, decided to let neglected 645 and APS-C systems die, while they are trying to do unrealistic marketing miracle with very weak FF system.

Maybe my words are strong, but we will see... K mount market share is disappearing rapidly..
Forum: Pentax News and Rumors 01-07-2019, 01:00 PM  
Nippon Camera Ricoh/Pentax 2019 Interview
Posted By xmeda
Replies: 887
Views: 48,194
Hey, Ricoh, listen bro, give me this in K3 shaped body and we'll be best friends again!

https://www.digitalrev.com/article/could-the-sony-a7000-be-the-greatest-aps-c-camera-ever-made

---------- Post added 07-01-19 at 09:14 PM ----------



Q system starting with 1/1.6" CMOS could have attracted many buyers, but somebody very "inteligent" decided to rush it into production with 1/2.3" sensor like worst low-end compact cameras have. That combined with price and "toy lenses" killed the project right away from start.

Instead the right way was to introduce camera later introduced as Q7 is and combine it with just three solid performer lenses. Some 24-60/2.8-4 + 50-200/4-5.6 and some 35/1.8 35mm equivallent lenses. Thats all for start. No toy stuff. Just proper glass+metal lenses with perfect image quality straight wide open. Zero care about initial price, just provide solid camera that many people want. Later add some faster telephoto like 75/1.8 and maybe some wide lens like 12/4 equiv.. That might have been superb tiny travell kit for people who want to travell light and still have option to play with camera on higher level with good image output. Something like film A110 used to be.





No.. instead they introduced horrible noisy and somewhat ugly camera with underdog outdated lowend sensor and with plastic crappy lenses called toys. Marketing suicide 1st level.
Forum: Pentax News and Rumors 01-03-2019, 06:22 PM  
Nippon Camera Ricoh/Pentax 2019 Interview
Posted By xmeda
Replies: 887
Views: 48,194
Top class in which world? It does not even have fast ring ultrasonic motor.. motor that was used on canon top lenses since 1990 and is professional standard for such lenses. Nikon has it, Sony has it, Sigma has it, Tamron has it.. Pentax does not. Oh yes.. top class.. sure. Get that lens, put it on K1 and go do some sport stuff. Then put 70-200/2.8 IS USM II on 5DmkIV and compare. Night and day. And funny is that even cheap 12+ years old Sigma 70-200/2.8 HSM II can refocus almost instantly..

These 70-200/2.8 expensive lenses are not aimed for landscape creators... these are supposed to be hi-end lenses for toughest stuff. For action shots, sports, fast moving objects combined with shallow depth of field.

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So you are comparing F4 lenses with F2 lenses and 300/4 with zoom.. hmmmmmmmmmmm put 150-450 there instead. Then you add price of used equipment and compare that with new fuji. At first you have to realize that you are already Pentax user, but now think about this system as a newcomer. Company cannot survive with current neglected and shrinking base of camera owners. They need to attract new guys and even lure some guys from other brands.

Btw give me some modern 23/2 with K mount, I'll be happy. My FA*24/2 is old, big and not on par with modern lenses. Not to mention that Fuji offers a lot of F1.4 versions in those focal lengths too..

Fuji is not direct competitor, Pentax does not have any mirrorless system. Canon and Nikon are main competitors because they offer DSLR. But Fuji is very attractive alternative mainly for newcomers and with current tempo it is deathtrap for our pentax.
Forum: Pentax News and Rumors 01-03-2019, 05:49 PM  
Nippon Camera Ricoh/Pentax 2019 Interview
Posted By xmeda
Replies: 887
Views: 48,194
So.. they gave 645 MF market to Fuji with no new camera expected in next few years and no lenses introduced in last few years.

Q system is dead for sure.

FF system is laughable if compared to any other current FF system because important FF lenses like 12-24, 20/1.4, 24/1.4, 28/1.4, 35/1.4, 85/1.4, 135/1.8 etc are still missing, while competitors do offer them and in most cases customers even have choice between own or 3rd party options. Not to mention telephoto lenses or special lenses like tilt-shift.

And it looks like they even left the APS-C market to competitors now.. 11-18/2.8 might be ok, but we still have same old DA* line since 10mpix camera era and no advanced body since K3..

And while we can read that xx or yy is under development again and again, competitors are fielding new cameras and lenses every year. No suprise, that Pentax now has lost 3rd party AF lens support and that most camera shops removed Pentax from portfolio completely.

They can eat that GRIII.. that won't save them.

---------- Post added 04-01-19 at 01:58 AM ----------




645Z is 2014 camera... for comparison Fuji in last 2 years prepared GFX50S and GFX50R

HD DFA645 35/3.5 is 2015 lens.. for comparison Fuji since that time released 7 GF lenses..


As a MF customer all I can see is dying Pentax 645 system and fast growing Fuji GF645 system with modern lenses. Guess where customers go...

---------- Post added 04-01-19 at 02:09 AM ----------




FF11-18/2.8 lens would be in $4000+ range. Forget that APS-C users would buy such thing in any interesting numbers.
For comparison Canon 11-24/4 cost more than $2500 and you want 11mm wide F2.8 fullframe zoom lens... that would be monster. Big, heavy and horribly expensive.


I'd rather see FF 24/1.4 or FF24/1.8 and FF 35/1.4 lenses that are good both for FF and APS-C while having at least somewhat affordable price.
And also some UWA FF lens like FF12-24/4 again both usable for FF and APS-C while keeping price that some can afford.

Also some cheap small FF 70-300/4-6.3 is missing. We have several different DA55-300 lenses but none of them fully compatible with FF cameras. This only shows how chaotic that FF project is.
Forum: Pentax K-3 10-29-2018, 02:31 PM  
The K-3 line will continue!
Posted By xmeda
Replies: 928
Views: 80,503
Once you taste something good, it is hard to go back to low-end compromises.. (K5/K3 =>KP). And I know several guys who ditched Pentax, sold lenses and started new life with D500 rather than getting KP or K1..
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