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Forum: Pentax SLR Lens Discussion 11-10-2017, 03:35 PM  
Will next tamron 24-70 G2 come as a Pentax FA* lens
Posted By builttospill
Replies: 69
Views: 9,173
They currently stock the FA 35 and the FA 31. I'd be surprised if they are researching another 35. Instead, I'm hoping for a good 135mm, and dreaming of an aperture of f/1.8.
Forum: Pentax SLR Lens Discussion 11-10-2017, 03:30 PM  
Will next tamron 24-70 G2 come as a Pentax FA* lens
Posted By builttospill
Replies: 69
Views: 9,173
I'd rather Pentax produce lenses which don't need a tune up. I understand there are variances in manufacturing, but I think the dock gives an excuse for loose tolerance. None of my FA* and FA Limited lenses have ever needed adjustments; they are sharp, as they should be.
Forum: Pentax Price Watch 11-06-2017, 09:20 PM  
FA J 18-35 for $89 or Best Offer
Posted By builttospill
Replies: 5
Views: 348
I have this lens, and although the build is cheap, the optics are decent on the K-1 and the photos are sharp.

Pentax FA 18-35mm f4-5.6 SMC J AL Lens 18-35/4-5.6 #052 | eBay
Forum: Pentax Medium Format 10-25-2017, 07:33 PM  
K-1 or 645D? I did it (not the sensible choice)
Posted By builttospill
Replies: 24
Views: 1,915
Welcome to the Forums.
Forum: Pentax Medium Format 10-09-2017, 03:45 PM  
K-1 or 645D? I did it (not the sensible choice)
Posted By builttospill
Replies: 24
Views: 1,915
People often discuss replicating the CCD look, and maybe some actions/presets get coloring close. But no amount of processing will replicate the noise-free ISO 100 of a CCD sensor. That said, no amount of editing will get a high-ISO image from a CCD sensor to be as clean as a high-ISO CMOS image.

Even more than color, I think the greatest advantage of CCD is the noise-free ISO 100 shots.
Forum: Lens Clubs 10-08-2017, 12:17 AM  
F* & FA* club!
Posted By builttospill
Replies: 796
Views: 152,660
K-1 and FA* 80-200:


Forum: Lens Clubs 10-08-2017, 12:14 AM  
The FA Limited Club
Posted By builttospill
Replies: 9,704
Views: 1,482,428
K-1 and FA 77:


Forum: Pentax SLR Lens Discussion 10-02-2017, 06:26 PM  
All Purpose Lens
Posted By builttospill
Replies: 22
Views: 1,078
Keep in mind two things:
1) a zoom is never optically as good as a prime,
2) superzooms are a compromise. The greater the focal length range, the lower the image quality. This is why lenses like the 20-35mm and the 24-70mm are so highly sought after. Fixed-aperture zooms are way higher quality than variable-aperture zooms. I avoid the latter.
Forum: Troubleshooting and Beginner Help 10-02-2017, 01:04 PM  
Blurriness in pictures - K1 with HD PENTAX-D FA 28-105mm
Posted By builttospill
Replies: 29
Views: 1,152
I agree with bickmackcam. A shutter speed of 1/200 is not fast enough to freeze motion, especially in a scene with tall trees exposed to a light breeze.

A shutter speed of 1/500 is the minimum to freeze motion. There are areas in focus in your photos, and areas with a little blur. This solidifies the idea of a requirement for faster shutter speeds.

If this doesn't correct it, and depending on the areas not sharp, I'd stop down a bit and try again. This will tell us if the issue is more serious with the lens.
Forum: Pentax SLR Lens Discussion 10-02-2017, 12:02 PM  
All Purpose Lens
Posted By builttospill
Replies: 22
Views: 1,078
Uncle makes a great suggestion. Review focal lengths on some shots and then get the first FA Limited lens closest to that range. Then buy the other two FA Limited lenses. They are small, lightweight, and very high quality.
Forum: Pentax DSLR Discussion 09-26-2017, 10:55 AM  
Ks, 1s, and 0s - My Journey from the K1000 to the K10D to the K-1 (Lots of Photos)
Posted By builttospill
Replies: 8
Views: 791
LONG LIVE THE K10D!!!

The K-1 is quite a bit larger than the K10D, but there really isn't much of a weight difference. The battery grip for the K-1 is taller than the one for the K10D. This adds to its height. When people talk about solid, dense, well-built bodies, the K10D is unlike any other DSLR. As far as the weight goes, the empty K-1 is just under a half a pound heavier. But the K10D's battery is bigger and heavier. Add the grip with an additional battery and the remote, and there's not much difference in weight between the K10D and K-1 with grips.

Thank you, Pioneer. I still love your K1000 tribute post, too.

The battery grips are kind of like the FA Limited lenses. You can't get away with having just one. If you get spoiled with a grip, you'll want them for other cameras too. I have grips for my K2 DMD, ME Super, MZ-3, and *ist, and when I owned the LX, PZ-1p, MZ-50, and ZX-60 I had grips for all of them.
Forum: Pentax DSLR Discussion 09-26-2017, 10:46 AM  
Ks, 1s, and 0s - My Journey from the K1000 to the K10D to the K-1 (Lots of Photos)
Posted By builttospill
Replies: 8
Views: 791
Thank you for the kind words, everyone.

They really are magic, and because of this I have no desire for the newer 70-200. My screw-driven 80-200 will last for years to come.

The K10D is all business. It really is a photographers' camera.


I have all the K-series bodies, but there's a sentimental attachment to the K1000.
Forum: Pentax DSLR Discussion 09-24-2017, 02:51 PM  
Ks, 1s, and 0s - My Journey from the K1000 to the K10D to the K-1 (Lots of Photos)
Posted By builttospill
Replies: 8
Views: 791
Summary
My K-1 arrived in April 2017. Itís exceeded my expectations, but I thought Iíd tell the story of moving from my K1000 to my K10D workhorse to the K-1 for those who are still wondering if the K-1 is for them.

The Cult Classic: Pentax K1000


The first time I held the K1000 it just felt right. It fit perfectly in my hands and the solid body had some weight to it. I was 12 years old. My parents gave me a box of expired 12-exposure rolls of film. There was no ownerís manual included. It would be a long time before the Internet or Google would be invented. I quickly learned what not to do after getting the first couple rolls developed, leading me to learn what to do correctly.

Pentax K1000, JCPenney 2X teleconverter, 70-210mm, Can't remember the film


K1000, Centon 50/1.7, Fuji 200


K1000, Centon 50/1.7, Fuji 200


As a teenager I didnít have a lot of money. Gasoline was $0.83 a gallon and I needed to refill my carís tank. At 18 years old, I sold the K1000. I regretted the sale. In my early 20s I tracked it down and was able to get it back. I still have and use this K1000 (along with a few other K1000s Iíve collected over the years).

Photographed with the K10D and FA 43


Can a Camera be Magic? The Iconic Pentax K10D
After buying and selling several digital cameras that didnít feel right, I decided to dust off my old lens collection and bought a new Pentax K10D. It immediately felt good in my hands. There was magic in this camera. It felt like a natural extension to my hands and arms. A paintbrush should feel natural in a painterís hand, much like a camera should feel to a photographer. Beautiful equipment helps me create beautiful art. I guess like things that shoot (cameras and guns), because Iíve sold several guns because they didnít fit or feel right in my hands. I sold the 18-55 kit lens through the local classifieds and bought the FA 43 Limited. It was love at first sight. Everything about this lens matched the feel and quality of the K10D. Iím not sure which was more jealous: me when the lens was mounted to the camera, or the K10D when I would hold the lens and run my fingers across the smooth, cold metal surface. The two were meant to be together. The FA 43 by far has been my most-used lens on the K10D.

K10D, photographed by K-1 and FA 77


Iíve shot with the K20D, K-x, K-5 II, K-50, K-3, K-70, and 645Z. Each had nice features, but none could compare with the K10D so I didnít buy any of them. The first one to catch my attention was the K-3 due to the 27 focus points in the viewfinder. But the AF point selection method drove me crazy. I had to press a separate button before using the four-way controller buttons to move my AF point. I move my AF point with nearly every exposure. I rarely adjust my white balance. I never adjust my custom image settings, so dedicated buttons to each is a waste. This is the same reason I gave the K-5 II back after a couple days. I was happy to return to the K10Dís intuitive and responsive button layout. The 645Z is an amazing camera, but itís enough weight to hike with my F* 250-600 without the 645Z and medium format lenses.

During the last few years, Iíve been able to shoot with a lot of different cameras, from the Pentax 645Z, a Canon 5D mk ii to a mk iv, 6D (hated this one), 70D, 80D, T3i, T4i, T5i, and T6i; a Nikon D810, D800, D600, D7200, D5200, and D3200, a Sony a7 and a6500 (hated these two), and some Panasonic model (hated this one too).

The Flagship Arrives: Pentax K-1
Then the K-1 was released. There was a menu option to disable the white balance and other options used by the four-way controller buttons, resulting in dedicated AF point selection buttons. How come more people arenít talking about the LEDs? I love these, and wonder how long before other cameras copy this idea. They are so simple, yet effective when mounting a lens in the dark.

K-1, photographed by K10D and FA 43


The K-1 is a mechanical marvel. I love the extra dials, the extra AF points, and the familiar Pentax intuitive design and menus. I can use my K10D with my eyes closed. I know where every button is and what they do. Iím getting better with the K-1, but I still occasionally have to pull the viewfinder from my eye to adjust settings. Another year with the K-1 and I should be able to use the buttons in my sleep.

Some Initial Differences

Cellphone pics, sorry for low quality




Speaking of getting used to the buttons, Iím hoping in a year or two Iíll pick up the K10D and the grip will feel odd. Right now the K-1 grip is nowhere as comfortable as the K10Dís grip. The hand grip is a gentle curve, with a nice, large area for my middle finger to rest against below the shutter release button. A second gentle curve is found against the body of the camera, right where my fingertips slightly rest against the space between the grip and the lens mount. The thumb grip on the back is large and smooth, with another gentle curve. I can carry the K10D all day without any discomfort to my hand. The K-1 has a narrow, deep hand grip. The curve is sharp rests abruptly against my hand. There is a very small protrusion for my middle finger below the shutter button. The front e-dial is angled, unlike the K10Dís front dial, so it take my finger longer to find it. There is no gentle curve as the grip molds into the body, so my fingers just stop when they reach the space between the lens mount and the grip. The thumb grip is much like the front grip. Itís functional, but it is a different shape and takes time to get used to. The slope is much steeper with less surface area to rest against.

K10D detail, photographed with K-1 and FA 77




K-1 detail, photographed with K10D and FA 43




The hand grip squeaks on the K-1, or at least it does on my copy. Because of this, the K10D feels slightly sturdier. It feels more rigid. When I firmly grip the K10D, there is no give. There is no movement. When I hold the K-1 tightly, there is just a little flex in the bottom of the grip, and as it moves it squeaks.

The delete image button is awkwardly placed just to the left of the viewfinder, and the eyecup gets in my way every time I try to press the delete button. Maybe this isnít as big of a problem for someone who is left-handed, but itís not easy to use my right hand to press the button. Iíve pretty much stopped using that button and just delete the images from the SD cards on my computer.

The K-1 is beautiful. The top of the camera is well-designed and itís hard not to love the prism housing. The camera is balanced and is easy to hold for hours while shooting with small, or large lenses. The battery grip has a large attachment wheel, much easier to turn than that on the K10Dís grip. Itís much easier and more comfortable to hold the K-1 by the battery grip. Itís surprising the K10D has a better hand grip, but the K-1's battery grip is so much better than the former. The front e-dial is straight and the soft rubber makes it easy to grip. All e-dials on the K-1 are made of a soft rubber. The K10D battery gripís front e-dial is hard plastic, much like the rest of the e-dials on the body. Time will tell how the soft rubber dials on the K-1 will wear. The K10D gripís front e-dial is slightly angled, much like the front e-dial on the K-1 near the shutter button. This left me wondering why the dial is not angled on the K-1's grip like the e-dial on the body, but Iím glad itís not. After all the improvements to the battery grip, Iíd still take the one belonging to the K10D for one reason: It stores the Pentax Remote Control F. Itís really disappointing they removed this storage in newer grips. Iíve never used AA batteries in the grip, but I use the remote, so Iíd give up the battery compatibility for remote storage again.

Battery Grip D-BG2 for K10D, photographed by the K-1 and FA-77




Battery Grip D-BG6 for K-1, photographed by the K10D and FA 43


The shutter button of the K-1 doesnít have a solid click after the half-press. A gentle squeeze of the button and the exposure happens. During the first couple days of use I was surprised when the shutter opened suddenly with no tactile feedback from the button. Iím now used to this, but it took some time as I was used to two very sturdy clicks, or positions of rest, in the K10Dís shutter button. In other words, you know exactly when the photo will be taken after the strong second click after passing the half-press.

The K10D can take a photo the instant you move the power switch to the ON position. There is no delay, no lag, no waiting. The K-1 takes some time to power up before an exposure can be taken. I donít know if this is due to the CMOS sensor warming up, or if itís the computer booting due to all the advanced features in the camera. I donít use Live View, and keep the rear screen turned off while in shooting mode.

Battery life is much longer on the K10D. But to be fair there is no Live View or advanced features like the K-1 has requiring more battery power.

The SD card door on the K10D is fantastic. I love watching other people, even those who have experience with newer Pentax bodies, borrow it. Most canít figure out how to open the door to insert their card. And I donít say anything, because itís more fun to watch them for a minute or so, then Iíll assist. The reason I love the door is because there is no way it will never open by accident. The K-1's SD card door is just like every other cameraís door, which isnít like Pentax. I love having two SD cards inside, but the door isnít anything special.

FA* Lenses Come Alive
The FA* 80-200 always performed well on the K10D, but just like the magic created with the combined FA 43 and K10D, the same magic happens with the FA* 80-200 and the K-1. In fact, the FA 43 is no longer my most-used lens.

K-1 and FA* 80-200












The FA* 24 is also incredible on the K-1. The extra AF points really help here, as itís easier to nail focus on your subject with a wide-angle lens when you have more points to choose from.

What surprised me most was how my FA 43 performs on the K-1. Again, itís magic on the K10D, nearly impossible to take a poor picture. However on the K-1, the lens hunts with auto-focus. About half the time it confirms focus and I make the exposure, yet the picture is blurry. Not just a little blurry, but focus is way off. The other half the time focus is sharp. The FA 77 performs flawlessly on the K-1.

K-1 and FA 43


CCD and CMOS
Over the years itís always easy to see the benefit of CCD at ISO 100. Itís also easy to see the benefit of having CMOS at higher ISOs, Live View, and video requirements. If you donít often shoot in situations needing high ISO, use Live View, and shoot video, then CMOS really doesnít give you an advantage.

Below are a few examples from each camera, one in poor indoor lighting, one outside during light rain today, and one during a recent shoot of a model from South Africa. In the last example, the scene is backlit with harsh afternoon sunlight.

K10D and FA 77
Unedited JPEG from camera, only resized and watermark added
Manual exposure: Spot meter
White balance: Manual 3500K M1 B1
Shutter speed: 1/40
Aperture: f/2
ISO: 400
No flash
Saturation: Normal
Sharpness: Normal
Contrast: Normal
Image tone: Bright


K-1 and FA 77
Unedited JPEG from camera, only resized and watermark added
Manual exposure: Spot meter
White balance: Manual 3500K M1 B1
Shutter speed: 1/40
Aperture: f/2
ISO: 400
No flash
Saturation: 0
Hue: 0
Contrast: 1
Sharpness: 0
Clarity: 0
Skin tone: Off
Image tone: Bright


K10D and FA 77
Unedited JPEG from camera, only resized and watermark added
White balance: Auto


K-1 and FA 77
Unedited JPEG from camera, only resized and watermark added
White balance: Auto


K10D and FA 77
Unedited JPEG from camera, only resized and watermark added
Manual exposure: Spot meter
White balance: Manual 5000K
Shutter speed: 1/160
Aperture: f/2.8
ISO: 100
No flash
Saturation: Normal
Sharpness: Normal
Contrast: Normal
Image tone: Bright


K-1 and FA 77
Unedited JPEG from camera, only resized and watermark added
Manual exposure: Spot meter
White balance: Manual 5000K
Shutter speed: 1/160
Aperture: f/2.8
ISO: 100
No flash
Saturation: 0
Hue: 0
Contrast: 1
Sharpness: 0
Clarity: 0
Skin tone: Off
Image tone: Bright


K10D and FA 77
Unedited JPEG from camera, only resized and watermark added
White balance: Auto


K-1 and FA 77
Unedited JPEG from camera, only resized and watermark added
White balance: Auto


K10D and FA 77
Unedited JPEG from camera, only resized and watermark added
Manual exposure: Spot meter
White balance: Auto
Shutter speed: 1/4000
Aperture: f/3.2
ISO: 400
No flash
Saturation: Normal
Sharpness: Normal
Contrast: Normal
Image tone: Bright


K-1 and FA* 80-200 at 123mm
Unedited JPEG from camera, only resized and watermark added
Manual exposure: Spot meter
White balance: Auto
Shutter speed: 1/500
Aperture: f/4.5
ISO: 200
No flash
Saturation: 0
Hue: 0
Contrast: 1
Sharpness: 0
Clarity: 0
Skin tone: Off
Image tone: Bright


Moving Forward
I still use the K10D occasionally, especially for landscape images due to the CCD sensorís clean, unbeatable ISO 100. But I reach for the K-1 first 90 percent of the time now. Overall, Iím very happy with the camera and prefer it to the K10D. Above I critiqued a few things Iím not a fan of, but did so for others to learn from. Some of them are fairly minor and will not bother me with time. Hopefully my experience and photograph samples here represent a small part of what this camera can do.
Forum: Pentax Film SLR Discussion 09-24-2017, 01:18 PM  
:cool: Lets see those ''film'' shots
Posted By builttospill
Replies: 16,194
Views: 1,879,675
K1000, Centon 50/1.7, Fuji 200
Forum: Pentax DSLR Discussion 09-15-2017, 06:33 PM  
Is my K10D dying?
Posted By builttospill
Replies: 9
Views: 448
Sad to hear about the issues with your K10D. I bought mine new and it still performs flawlessly. I too love the CCD output, especially at ISO 100.


It sounds like your K100D had issues. What's surprised me most with the K-1 is the lack of "instant" that my K10D provides me with. The K10D powers-on immediately, where the K-1 has to "boot up."
Forum: Pentax News and Rumors 09-14-2017, 05:20 AM  
K-1 Firmware UPDATE: v1.42
Posted By builttospill
Replies: 67
Views: 5,522
Wow.

You wouldn't think it was so underwhelming if you were experiencing instabilities using the previous firmware. I'm sure there will be some happy users. (I'm not experiencing any problems, but just saying...)
Forum: Pentax DSLR Discussion 09-05-2017, 08:35 PM  
Focusing Points
Posted By builttospill
Replies: 90
Views: 3,809
As Dan mentions, you can cycle through AF points very quickly with the rotating dial. For those who aren't familiar, the higher-end Canon bodies have a dial, much like the K10D's directional dial, that rotates clockwise with a separate joystick in the center. Most new to this dial hate it, but then get used to it and love it. Once used to it, the thumb can cycle through AF points much quicker by rotating this dial.

Pentax has an extremely accurate auto-focus system. But you're right Ian, the tracking isn't the best. The K-1 has a lot of options to set up frequency with tracking and AF-C, but if you don't get settings right, it doesn't perform opimally.
Forum: Pentax DSLR Discussion 08-29-2017, 07:42 PM  
Focusing Points
Posted By builttospill
Replies: 90
Views: 3,809
There are a lot of complaints about the Pentax AF system. We really don't have it that bad. I'd agree with Dan's comment:

We are lucky to have such a nice focusing system. Is it the best? I don't know if there is a "best." Use the tools that best fit your shooting styles and subjects. I teach photography at a university. I get to use just about any camera I want, from a 645Z to a Canon 5D mk iv, to a Nikon D810 or a Sony a7 to a Sony a6500. Which ones do I use the most? My K-1, my K10D, a Canon 80D, and a Nikon D7200.

My K10D has 11 AF points, 9 of which are cross-type at f/2.8! This is a big deal.

I'm impressed Dan, especially with the beautiful bird-in-flight image. The 6D has 11 AF points, only one is cross-type, the center one, at f/5.6 or smaller apertures. You've been able to master your tools to get sharp images without cross-type sensors.

Nikon's sensors are only cross-type at f/4 and smaller, meaning you don't get horizontal and vertical focusing if you use f/2.8. Using a split-prism focusing screen in an older film camera gave us a horizontal split. Imagine having a horizontal and vertical split to achieve focus! This is what a cross-type AF point is. Here's an image (not mine) for those who didn't use older Pentax cameras with split-prism focusing screens:

Unless you're using a top-of-the-line Canon, you don't get cross-type sensors unless you use f/5.6. Using f/4, or any focus point other than the center one, you don't get that advantage and my students get less "keepers" due to slightly out-of-focus images. It takes time to learn how focus systems work and their "sweet spots." Going back to Pentax, my K10D has 9 out of 11 cross-type sensors at f/2.8, and the K-1 has 25 of 33 cross-type AF sensors at f/2.8. Pentax might have a slower AF, but at least it's accurate, and it certainly works well for me.

K10D and FA* 80-200


100% Crop Screenshot


200% Crop Screenshot
Forum: Lens Clubs 08-19-2017, 01:40 PM  
The FA Limited Club
Posted By builttospill
Replies: 9,704
Views: 1,482,428
K10D and 43


K10D and 77


K-1 and 43


K-1 and 77
Forum: Lens Clubs 08-19-2017, 10:03 AM  
The FA Limited Club
Posted By builttospill
Replies: 9,704
Views: 1,482,428
Whoa! The background looks like a watercolor painting. I love this.
Forum: Product Suggestions and Feedback 08-05-2017, 10:25 PM  
More XS Lenses
Posted By builttospill
Replies: 19
Views: 704
Everything sounds good except the DC focus. This adds size, weight, and more parts to break.
Forum: Product Suggestions and Feedback 08-04-2017, 08:33 PM  
More XS Lenses
Posted By builttospill
Replies: 19
Views: 704
I've used Canon's 24mm STM quite a bit and it is fantastic. It's about the size of the 40 Limited. Their EF (FF) 24/2.8 is much larger.

While 24mm would be a nice pancake, I have the FA* 24 and LOVE it. I'd imagine Pentax releases a high-end 24 one day, so I suggested an inexpensive 28mm XS so it doesn't take away from a future DFA* 24.


I owned the DA 40 Limited and FA 43 Limited at the same time. The DA Limited couldn't compare to the quality of the FA Limited, so I sold it. When the K-01 came out, I bought the XS from a Forums member and have really enjoyed it. Both the 40 XS and 43 serve different purposes and each gets lots of use.
Forum: Product Suggestions and Feedback 08-04-2017, 07:48 AM  
More XS Lenses
Posted By builttospill
Replies: 19
Views: 704
The DA 40 XS is fantastic on my K-1, K10D, and Super Program. It is sharp, it focuses quickly, and makes a smaller camera, e.g., KP or Super Program, pocketable.

Please develop the XS line with a couple more lenses. I would love to see a 28mm f/2.8 XS and an 85mm f/2.8 XS or similar focal lengths. These would make great compact full frame lenses.
Forum: Pentax Film SLR Discussion 08-03-2017, 06:02 PM  
Well...just won a KX
Posted By builttospill
Replies: 41
Views: 1,507
Start looking for your second film body now: the MX.

I'm impressed by the list of cameras here. I've sold quite a few bodies I didn't use as often over the last few years, such as the S3, K2, LX, and PZ-1p. I'm probably missing a few, but here goes.

Pentax:
SV
KM
KX
K1000
K1000 SE
K2 DMD
K2 DMD
MX silver
MX black
ME Super
Super Program
MZ-3
MZ-50
ZX-60
*ist

Other:
Kodak Vigilant six-20
Kodak Retina
Yashica FR
Canon Elan
Nikon N65
Eastman view
Mamiya 645
Forum: Pentax Price Watch 07-31-2017, 11:02 PM  
Pentax FA-J 18-35 FF Wide Angle AU$99
Posted By builttospill
Replies: 6
Views: 738
It's been so long since I've had an 18-55 I can't be of much help. I'd say the 18-55 has a slight edge in build quality to the 18-35.
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