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Forum: Photographic Equipment for Sale 6 Days Ago  
For Sale: Sigma 400mm F5.6 APO (AF) Tele-macro
Posted By gimmepizza
Replies: 1
Views: 740
FYI all interested, I am going to post new photos since my K30 is now fixed and I can use that rather than my old K-x.

UPDATE: Due to a family trip we moved up, this is being delayed; apologies.
Forum: Photographic Equipment for Sale 12-19-2020, 07:02 PM  
For Sale: Sigma 400mm F5.6 APO (AF) Tele-macro
Posted By gimmepizza
Replies: 1
Views: 740
PentaxForums.com Marketplace Listing

Item for Sale
Sigma 400mm F5.6 APO (AF) Tele-macro

Asking Price
475.00 USD

Item Location
Minnesota (United States)

Item Description
I bought this really nice lens used when I was much more into photography some years back. I have not used the lens much, and really can't justify it sitting around when someone else could be enjoying it and I could do something else with the money! Plus, I have amassed far too large a lens collection over the years -- so this baby is going, sadly.

As far as I have seen (from monitoring the Marketplace and eBay from time to time), this appears to be a fairly rare lens, and users like it a lot -- see reviews at Sigma 400mm F5.6 APO (AF) v3: 1995 > Lens Reviews - Sigma Lenses - Pentax Lens Review Database -- average user rating is 9.00 / 10! It is fun to use because of both its reach and its macro capability. And SO much cheaper than the Pentax-FA 400mm!!!

I cannot discern any functional or optic flaws in this copy hence the rating of Excellent, though I am not an expert. Note that there is some stickiness of the finish on the body near the lens; the review page states this can happen with age.

Note that the sample photos taken with the lens were some quick shots I grabbed on a cloudy day using a lowly K-x (my beloved K-30 is being repaired), and all hand-held, all jpgs with not much regard for getting all the settings right -- I was in a hurry. The shot of the barn was taken about 1/5th mile away from that barn! And with a good T/C you could get even more reach.

Case, tripod mounting bracket, and both end caps included. Will pack very well.

Note that I will be out of town 12/22-1/3/2021, so I can either ship on 12/21, or you'll have to wait until after 1/3/2021. I meant to get this out in the Marketplace before now, but have been so busy; you know how life goes. I am not in a rush to sell so low offers will not be considered.

Are you the original owner of the item being sold?
No

Are you selling or trading this item?
Selling

Item Condition (Key)
Used
Excellent

Shipping Destinations
United States

Shipping Charge
35

Shipping Services
UPS

Accepted Payment Types
PayPal

Return Policy & Additional Details
No returns unless not as described; then buyer pays return shipping, fully insured for the purchase price.

UPS shipping to you will be insured for amount of purchase price.

Please send me a private message if interested in the item!
Forum: Troubleshooting and Beginner Help 08-08-2020, 05:41 PM  
AF540FGZ - will not fire
Posted By gimmepizza
Replies: 18
Views: 2,142
Yes this is an old thread, but I was experiencing the same problem as the OP and now it is fixed. I will share all I did, in the hopes that this may help someone else, because I was about to sell it as broken for a small amount on eBay, and now I am happily able to use it!

Nutshell:
- power on
- press Mode button to cycle through the modes
- when get to P-TTL, the Ready lamp (Test button) lights up for about 1 second, then goes off
- with flash on camera, get ready to take a shot that will require flash -- half-press shutter and hold half down
- cycle through modes again; when you reach P-TTL and the Test button lights, fully depress shutter to take photo
- flash fires!
- flash becomes Ready and STAYS ready as it should -- and never returns (so far) to that bad state it was initially in!

More things I tried:
- fairly fresh batteries
- since I'd bought the flash used and the prev owner had left batteries in it, and a battery got corroded, I used steel wool to clean the battery contacts well
- tried cycling through other things, zooming, etc.
- when I once saw the light on and pressed Test and it fired, it did NOT return to normal operation; it only did when I fired the flash from the camera, taking a photo
- turned no and off several times
- it is possible that I initially mounted the flash on the camera without pushing it FULLY into the hotshoe; it may have had imperfect contact, therefore, with the camera
Note: I have not tried wireless mode.

My guess is that the flash got into some sort of incorrect internal state, and whatever I did allowed it to fire and reset to the correct state. It lost its mind, then got it back. :) But that is just a guess.

As far as I know, the flash has not been abused or handled roughly, but as noted, I was not the original owner.

Hope this helps someone!
Forum: Pentax K-30 & K-50 08-17-2016, 08:25 PM  
Survey with shutter count and aperture block or shutter failure.
Posted By gimmepizza
Replies: 256
Views: 35,684
K-30 bought slightly used on eBay late January, 2013, manufacture date 2012:06:28.

Definitely has symptoms of "the dreaded aperture block failure", but I have not had that diagnosis confirmed by a technician; I am assuming that is the problem.

I first noticed the underexposed photos when shutter count was around 8986 (that is the oldest photo in my collection I can find quickly when I am certain the symptoms were manifested); that was just over a year ago, and I have seen the incidence of the underexposure increase. I had had no problems before that time that I recall.

I first thought it was the lens, because it seemed to occur only when using one lens -- the Sigma 70-200mm F2.8 EX DG Macro HSM II. When it started happening with other lenses, I was not sure whether to be sad or relieved -- at least the problem was not the expensive lens!

It at times seems to be worse / more likely to occur when I am pointing the camera down even slightly; I have not noticed any other tricks or tendencies with my particular K-30 body.

At this point, I continue to use the camera, though it is frustrating losing so many shots, and am considering the K-3ii or K-70 once I can save up some dough for one. It seems not worth the cost to fix. Sad, as my K-30 was an upgrade to my K-r, which had the problem front-focusing in tungsten lighting... from one problem child to another. I may just shelve the K-30 for now and use my backup, a K-x.

Thanks for starting this thread and for the survey.

I have not read through this thread, so maybe it's been suggested ... but my plea to Pentax would be to somehow offer those of us with failed cameras a coupon for $ off an upgrade, perhaps with a trade-in ...
Forum: Pentax Price Watch 06-20-2013, 03:46 PM  
Red K-30 with 18-55 WR for $533 at Amazon (free shipping)
Posted By gimmepizza
Replies: 3
Views: 1,452
Item name: Pentax K-30 lens kit Red with DA 18-55 WR Weather-Sealed 16 MP CMOS Digital SLR 3-Inch LCD Screen
Price: $532.99 w/free shipping, new
URL: Amazon.com: Pentax K-30 lens kit Red with DA 18-55 WR Weather-Sealed 16 MP CMOS Digital SLR 3-Inch LCD Screen: Camera & Photo

My excited dad just picked one of these up; only 12 more in inventory at the moment.
Forum: Sold Items 01-15-2013, 06:51 AM  
Wanted - Acquired: Sigma 70-200 DG HSM or HSM II
Posted By gimmepizza
Replies: 7
Views: 635
PM sent.
Forum: Sold Items 01-10-2013, 10:23 AM  
For Sale - Sold: Pentax K20D body (low shutter count), 18-55 II kit lens, complete plus extras
Posted By gimmepizza
Replies: 11
Views: 1,978
PM replied to; sale of K20D body pending.

---------- Post added 01-10-2013 at 01:57 PM ----------


K20D body and accessories has been sold.
Forum: Sold Items 01-02-2013, 04:38 PM  
For Sale - Sold: Pentax K20D body (low shutter count), 18-55 II kit lens, complete plus extras
Posted By gimmepizza
Replies: 11
Views: 1,978
18-55 lens is sold.
Forum: Sold Items 12-31-2012, 04:35 PM  
For Sale - Sold: Pentax K20D body (low shutter count), 18-55 II kit lens, complete plus extras
Posted By gimmepizza
Replies: 11
Views: 1,978
PM replied to.

---------- Post added 12-31-2012 at 05:36 PM ----------


PM replied to.

---------- Post added 01-01-2013 at 09:49 AM ----------


18-55 lens sale pending.
Forum: Sold Items 12-27-2012, 02:55 PM  
For Sale - Sold: Pentax K20D body (low shutter count), 18-55 II kit lens, complete plus extras
Posted By gimmepizza
Replies: 11
Views: 1,978
PM replied to.

---------- Post added 12-28-2012 at 04:48 PM ----------


Willing to split; plus combined price lowered to $410, includes shipping and Paypal fees!
Forum: Sold Items 12-18-2012, 08:33 AM  
For Sale - Sold: Pentax K20D body (low shutter count), 18-55 II kit lens, complete plus extras
Posted By gimmepizza
Replies: 11
Views: 1,978
One PM not announced here was replied to.

Also, added to list of what is included:
Original finder cap

I'd forgotten about that little bugger.
Forum: Sold Items 12-15-2012, 03:09 PM  
For Sale - Sold: Pentax K20D body (low shutter count), 18-55 II kit lens, complete plus extras
Posted By gimmepizza
Replies: 11
Views: 1,978
PentaxForums.com Marketplace Listing

Items for Sale
Pentax K20D body (low shutter count), DA 18-55 AL II lens, complete plus extras

Asking Price
K20d body, accessories, extras, box: $360 *SOLD* shipped to CONUS and paypal'd
DA 18-55 AL II lens (with box and accessories) only: $70 *SOLD* shipped to CONUS and paypal'd

Item Location
Rochester, MN (United States)

Item Description
Lightly used K20D kit plus extras -- includes the following:

The body:
K20D body, SN 3028326, with shutter count, as reported by PhotoME, of under 1900 clicks!
Original Pentax battery
Original Pentax battery charger
Original Pentax strap
Original cables (USB, PC video out)
Original documentation (K20D Operating Manual, K20D Quick Guide, Software manuals)
Original software CDs
- Pentax Remote Assistance 3
- Pentax Photo Browser 3
- Pentax Photo Laboratory 3 (powered by SilkyPix)
Generic body cap
Original hotshoe cover
Original finder cap (to cover viewfinder if not using it, so no light gets in there; e.g. on tripod)
Original kit and lens boxes
One additional Pentax battery
One additional Pentax battery charger (so you can charge both batteries at once if needed!)
One additional K20D Operating Manual
8GB Sandisk Extreme III Class 6 SDHC memory card
(Note: The additional strap in the photo is not included.)

The lens:
SMC Pentax-DA 18-55mm F3.5-5.6 AL II (original hood, original front cap, generic back cap)
(Note: The lens hood DOES come with its little side cover; I initially could not find it.)

As noted, I am not the original owner. This was a backup body for awhile for me, and I purchased it from a man probably in his 50's who bought it new, took some classes, and decided it was just too much camera for him, which explains the low shutter count. Because I am not completely sure how it was treated before I got it, and because it is not quite perfect, I listed it in Excellent condition rather than Like New.

The lens appears to me, and works, Like New.

PM if interested or you have questions!















Are you the original owner of the item being sold?
No

Are you selling or trading this item?
Selling

Item Condition (Key)
Used
Excellent

Shipping Destinations
Continental U.S. Only

Shipping Charge
Included to CONUS

Shipping Services
USPS, UPS

Accepted Payment Types
PayPal, Money Order, Cashiers Check

Return Policy & Additional Details
Will ship to Canada if buyer pays additional shipping/customs-related charges.

No returns unless item is not as described here, and then only in same condition shipped, and buyer pays for half of return shipping.

Please send me a private message if interested in the item![COLOR="Silver"]
Forum: Pentax News and Rumors 11-04-2010, 06:06 AM  
DxOMark rates Pentax K-r
Posted By gimmepizza
Replies: 72
Views: 15,760
Hi all, great discussion. I do look at DxO numbers, but all the reviews I can get my "eyes on" as well.

As for K-x vs. K-r, some say sensor is essentially the same or exactly the same, others say different. I'd like to make one observation that is solely based on the PhotographyBlog review: If we trust that the reviewer took the sample images for both cams under the same conditions, then the sensor in the K-r does appear to be different: the RAW shots of the K-r seem to be cooler than those of the K-x. See Pentax K-x Review - Image Quality | PhotographyBLOG versus Pentax K-r Review - Image Quality | PhotographyBLOG , and note the RAW shots in the Noise section.

When I was originally deciding which brand to buy for my first DSLR, I did notice that Pentax DSLRs tended to produce warmer toned photos, or what I'd at first glance call yellowish, though that can of course be adjusted with white balance and post-processing. I liked what I saw as the finer-detailed output of the Pentax, and didn't mind the warmer tones, and I have been happy with my K10D ever since I gave Pentax the nod. However, it appears from the PhotographyBlog's samples that the warmness difference may no longer be true, with the K-r. Do others see this? Is this a good or bad thing? Should I have started a different thread to discuss this?
Forum: Pentax DSLR Discussion 05-23-2010, 08:03 PM  
K-x image similar to Point&Shoot
Posted By gimmepizza
Replies: 26
Views: 5,140
As for the increased resolution making it more noticeable, I was having that exact thought when I read your post! :-) I would have liked to have seen some comparison shots -- the subject of this thread compares the K-x to a P&S: how 'bout some shots taken with a P&S of similar resolution, and the K-x, then show 100% crops of both -- or do some more experimenting with the two, side-by-side.

I used to think that base ISO should be noise-free across the frame, in all situations. I found from both experience and reading that dark colors, shadow regions, etc. are indeed prone to noise -- so little light reflected from such dark regions, I think. I still have a bunch to learn... thanks for participating in this great thread, everyone! I am looking to get a K-x sometime soon... that high ISO performance is wooing me sweetly...
Forum: Sold Items 05-23-2010, 04:36 PM  
Wanted - Acquired: Pentax AF 360FGZ
Posted By gimmepizza
Replies: 2
Views: 1,913
sending PM...
Forum: Pentax SLR Lens Discussion 01-13-2010, 06:48 AM  
Trap focus, K10d, s-m-c TAKUMAR F1.4
Posted By gimmepizza
Replies: 14
Views: 3,467
Hey all,

Old thread, I know; but I just learned about this "trap focus" technique, so thought I'd try it out last night. I tried with a Pentax-A 50mm f2, and with a Sears 135mm f2.8, both wide open (my goal is low/moderate indoor light photos of a staged production).

Trap focus worked for me, but results were not as good as I'd hoped. I tried coming at the focus point from both far and near, both adjusting quickly and slowly. Because of low light conditions, I was not able to get a decently-exposed shot in less than 1/15th second, and was hand-holding, so was likely not able to stop adjusting focus and be still enough to get as good results as I could have; however, I had greater success with manually "focus bracketing". By focus bracketing I mean switching to MF, getting to where I think focus is best, backing off a bit, then, while holding down the shutter in continuous mode, moving focus to and past the point I thought was best. I fire off between 6 and 10 shots, and every time I tried this, I got one or two well-focused shots, which always were in better focus than the one I'd taken using trap focus.

My testing was limited to wide open aperture, in only one lighting condition, with only those two lenses. I will likely use the focus bracketing technique at a dress rehearsal of a play my kids are in, with the 50mm lens, next week.
Forum: Sold Items 12-01-2009, 05:26 AM  
For Sale - Sold: K10D body, DA 18-55mm kit lens, Tamron DiII AF18-250mm lens; Tamrac Velocity 8
Posted By gimmepizza
Replies: 9
Views: 4,853
All items now sold, thanks, everyone, for your interest!
Forum: Sold Items 11-29-2009, 10:00 AM  
For Sale - Sold: K10D body, DA 18-55mm kit lens, Tamron DiII AF18-250mm lens; Tamrac Velocity 8
Posted By gimmepizza
Replies: 9
Views: 4,853
All PM's answered.

Sales pending on:
- K10D body
- 18-55 kit lens
- 18-250 Tamron lens

Tamrac camera bag still available.

Will update main posting when sales final. Thanks so far, all -- some great deals, methinks!
Forum: Sold Items 11-28-2009, 09:52 AM  
For Sale - Sold: K10D body, DA 18-55mm kit lens, Tamron DiII AF18-250mm lens; Tamrac Velocity 8
Posted By gimmepizza
Replies: 9
Views: 4,853
Bump for lowered prices AND Tamrac Velocity 8x bag, like new, added to list of items for sale.
Oh, and will ship anywhere I can track shipments; let me know where you are, including address or zip code, for me to figure that out.
Forum: Sold Items 11-27-2009, 11:29 AM  
For Sale - Sold: K10D body, DA 18-55mm kit lens, Tamron DiII AF18-250mm lens; Tamrac Velocity 8
Posted By gimmepizza
Replies: 9
Views: 4,853
All PMs responded to.
Forum: Sold Items 11-25-2009, 01:49 PM  
For Sale - Sold: K10D body, DA 18-55mm kit lens, Tamron DiII AF18-250mm lens; Tamrac Velocity 8
Posted By gimmepizza
Replies: 9
Views: 4,853
Items for Sale
* K10D body, all that came with it in original box; shutter count 4948 (according to PhotoME)
* SMC Pentax DA 18-55mm F3.5-5.6 AL (K10D kit lens), both caps and lens hood
* Tamron DiII AF 18-250mm LD Aspherical (IF) Macro lens, both caps and lens hood
* Tamrac Velocity 8x camera bag (see mfr description)

Asking Prices (DO NOT include shipping, DO include Paypal fees)
K10D body: $320 [SOLD]
18-55mm lens: $30 [SOLD]
18-250mm lens: $340 [SOLD]
Tamrac camera bag: $40 [SOLD]

Shipping Destinations
Anywhere I can track the shipment

Item Description
I bought a second K10D as part of a package, but my wife and I decided we just can't afford to keep a backup at this time. I'd REALLY like to keep that Tamron lens, but that has to go, too. *SIGH* I have used all these items myself, and found everything to work very well, though I am relatively new to DSLRs, so can't say I am an expert by any means. I am doing my best to grade this stuff conservatively and to the best of my knowledge!

I am new to PentaxForums.com and have no feedback here; however, I have perfect feedback of well over 400 on eBay, id = gimmepizza (just like here). Feel free to contact me via eBay and I'll confirm from that email that it's me. :-)

Further details as follows:

K10D: To me, looks basically new and functions perfectly as far as I can tell. I'd have marked it "Like New" but since I am not the original owner and it has 4948 clicks on it, I thought I'd better stick with "Excellent".

18-55 Pentax lens: The lens looks NEARLY new. The one exception that I noticed, and the reason I had to mark this lens as "poor" condition (see
condition key), is one very small bright spot (reflects light more when shone on it) on the very outer edge of the front glass surface, which might be a fleck missing from the coating. I have read elsewhere that these spots may just be contamination that can be washed off gently; however, I am worried I'd damage the lens more if I do this, so I am simply taking some off the price and will sell it as-is. I have noticed no problems with image quality, though I do not really "pixel peep" the images I take. See the close-up of the lens below -- the "bright spot" is next to the "55" written on the ring around the outer element. One other thing I must disclose is that, when examining the lens very carefully, I did notice a very little stickiness in the zoom mechanism toward the wide end. I never noticed it in actual use, but it could possibly be an issue to you.

18-250 Tamron lens: This lens looks brand new to me, though as noted earlier, I am not a seasoned expert. So I list it as "Like New" rather than "Mint". I was surprised that the manual focus ring has a "gritty" feel/sound to it, but read that this is normal with this lens, even brand new.

Tamrac camera bag: Complete with all velcro-adjustable pads and straps, looks like new to me. I decided to just make due with another, cheaper bag I have.

Are you the original owner of the item being sold?
No

Are you selling or trading this item?
Selling

Item Condition (Key)
All used;
K10D: Excellent
18-55 lens: Poor -- SEE DESCRIPTION ABOVE
18-250 lens: Like New
Tamrac bag: Like New

Item Location
Minnesota, USA

Shipping Charge
Actual cost, insured if buyer wishes, at buyer's expense; no "handling" charges. I will pay the extra for "delivery confirmation".

Shipping Services
USPS

Accepted Payment Types
PayPal (preferred), Money Order

Return Policy & Additional Details
Returns only if different than advertised here. Purchase price and original shipping refunded if items in same condition I shipped them in, in same packing I shipped them in. Buyer pays return shipping.

Please send me a private message if interested in any of the items.

Attached Images

K10D front view:



K10D back view:



K10D top view:



K10D with original stuff:



Pentax 18-55 lens, side view:



Pentax 18-55 lens, front glass:



Pentax 18-55 lens, back glass:



Pentax 18-55 lens, front glass small coating damage (?), at edge below "55":



Tamron 18-250 lens, side view:



Tamron 18-250 lens, front glass:



Tamron 18-250 lens, back glass:



Tamrac Velocity 8x bag:
Forum: Pentax News and Rumors 11-17-2009, 03:13 PM  
K-x Comparometer
Posted By gimmepizza
Replies: 64
Views: 14,685
I agree. I compared the K10D at 1600 to K-x at 3200, and the red cloth/napkin details are there on the K10D but not K-x. Also, on the cloth/napkin that is pink and white, two below the lower red one, the K10D shows true colors, while the K-x has substituted gray for pink, and pink for white!!! Please, oh please fix this, Pentax! The K-x was going to be my high-ISO dream come true -- but now I'm getting cold feet! :(
Forum: Welcomes and Introductions 11-08-2009, 02:52 PM  
A new Pentaxian in Minnesota
Posted By gimmepizza
Replies: 3
Views: 784
Thanks! Awesome photo! Gotta get me one of those lenses, no matter HOW manual it is! :-)
Forum: Welcomes and Introductions 11-07-2009, 08:14 PM  
A new Pentaxian in Minnesota
Posted By gimmepizza
Replies: 3
Views: 784
Greetings, all!

My dad shot 35mm film using Canon (can I say that here? ;-) bodies, and still does, back when I was a kid; I only shot 410 back then; but as soon as digitals became inexpensive enough for the average consumer, I was hooked. My first digicam was the Agfa1280, which was great for its time; went on to own a Canon A60, then S3 IS, then for low light, the Fuji F20. But alas, my cams never did give me results I wanted in better than bright light (and then not at 100%); and the dream of someday getting a DSLR was born in me.

Since that time, I've spent more time than I care to admit reading reviews (dpreview, steves-digicams, cameralabs, dcviews, imaging-resource, etc. etc.), looking at samples, comparing specs, etc. and wondering how in the world I'd ever make a decision when and if I had the money. As time went on, I decided that I'd ask for money (for birthdays and Christmas) toward a DSLR, and would just have to be patient, as my kids and wife's needs had to come before this "dream". Well, just a few weeks ago, I received money for a birthday and found that I had enough to start shopping!

It was a hard decision: I loved the high-ISO performance of Canon, but Canon images were almost TOO smooth and silky; I really like to see an object or person for exactly what they are, including the texture and details, which I thought Pentax was better at. I joined both this forum and photography-on-the.net, a Canon forum site like this one, and watched as gear was offered for sale, read reviews, etc. I was a just a FEW MINUTES TOO LATE to snag an incredible deal on a Canon XSi with lens, or I would not be "here" at this time. While I am sure I would have enjoyed the Canon, I'm glad I did not get to it in time. Within a week, I found, on craigslist (can I say that here?), someone's ad for a K10D with 2 lenses, and found out from them that they had bought it new less than 2 years ago, and just did not have the aptitude for something electronic with so many controls and features, and never did get to learn how to use their cam well, so were selling it. The price was very good, and they even threw in another lens to sweeten the deal! It was just what I could afford, so I am now a proud K10D owner; the cam has a shutter count of only about 1250, and looks brand new! It is built like a tank and I love it! I have so much to learn, but it should be an adventure.

I very much appreciate Pentax for their decision to continue with the K-mount family in digital -- a second reason I chose Pentax was that there are gazillions of (sometimes very inexpensive) old (yes, in many cases manual) lenses out there that I can use on my K10D -- that would enable me to own more than one lens and to learn more about manual exposure and focusing -- as well as to learn more about the history of photography (you can't read much about these older lenses without picking up some history!). What fun!

I also want to add that I really appreciate all of you who have contributed advice, reviews, opinions, etc. on this forum -- I have already learned a lot, collected many great links, learned about the famed Eric and other places I could get good service, etc. Keep up the good work! This forum and all of you will help me enjoy my hobby, and I hope to be able to contribute someday here as well.

My gear, currently:
K10D with 18-55mm kit lens; Quantaray 70-300mm AF (I think rebadged Tamron if I understand what I've read correctly), and (from memory, may not be correct) a 400mm prime ProSpec (you see now why he "threw it in" -- budget lens, so I've read). Someday I will own a Pentax 50mm f/1.7, likely an M with my small budget.

- Gordie
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