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Forum: Photographic Industry and Professionals 11-17-2010, 03:20 PM  
Professionals using Pentax :: Feasible?
Posted By Ash
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OK then...

Good for you.

Nothing stopping you from getting a 5D then; since it's a good value FF option and all...
Forum: Photographic Industry and Professionals 11-17-2010, 12:53 PM  
Professionals using Pentax :: Feasible?
Posted By Ash
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5D MkII = 21Mp FF sensor
645D = 40Mp MF sensor
:lol:

You want to compare more fairly, then see prices of Leaf, Mamiya and Hasselblad dMF offerings...

Take your pick.
And appreciate extreme DoF all you like. :)
Forum: Photographic Industry and Professionals 11-17-2010, 12:16 AM  
Professionals using Pentax :: Feasible?
Posted By Ash
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The best results for *most* applications can be had with an APS-C camera just as well as a FF camera. Those who disagree will be mainly those who are depth of field extremists in their line of work - in which case FF is a clear advantage. But then why stop there when you can get a 645D...
Forum: Photographic Industry and Professionals 11-12-2010, 01:53 PM  
Professionals using Pentax :: Feasible?
Posted By Ash
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Well those are the people who would never be convinced it is worth paying money for photos.
And that may well be a culture shift as a result of access to and affordability of good gear, and perhaps more cheapskates (or less disposable income), but it all says value is placed elsewhere and/or ignorance abounds...
Forum: Photographic Industry and Professionals 11-11-2010, 06:31 PM  
Professionals using Pentax :: Feasible?
Posted By Ash
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There is no substitute to good photography.

Some people are cognisant of this and are willing to pay for quality artwork (not just photos).
Those who are happy with ol' uncle Joe photographing for free their one and only event where they invest all that money in dressing up and looking the best they can have little appreciation for the value of photographic memoirs of their lives.
Amateurs may have reasonable skill to create decent work, but you take that gamble for those life events you'd want recorded for good...

Pros do it for a living, and for the most part do a great job at it - consistently and professionally. No gambles.
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