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    Re: Fun with images taken with the Pentax K1

    Jessie, our 12 year old Chocolate Labrador. K1, 77mm F/1.8 Limited, @F/2.2.


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    Quentin: Thanks for the lovely Jessie image...my long-hair dachsie, Ivy, is getting gray in the muzzle also.
    77 is a great lens, put to its best here.

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    Proud Mauritian Shopkeeper: K1, Sigma 35mm F/1.4 @ F/2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quentin_Bargate View Post
    Proud Mauritian Shopkeeper: K1, Sigma 35mm F/1.4 @ F/2.
    Wonderfull picture Quentin! Is it a single shot, or did you ask him to freeze?
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    Wonderfull picture Quentin! Is it a single shot, or did you ask him to freeze?
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    Thanks, Thorkil! Single shot. He didn't pay attention to me. There were other customers just out of shot and he ignored them too. I used SilkyPix to decode the raw file and for some shots it works well. Interface is weird though.
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    Thanks, Thorkil! Single shot. He didn't pay attention to me. There were other customers just out of shot and he ignored them too. I used SilkyPix to decode the raw file and for some shots it works well. Interface is weird though.
    I admire your patiently skills Quentin (and the results!). I have a realistic view of my own mental capacities in that area. So I better stick to my Nikon D700 (even though, for the future, I think colors from that require a Whibal pocket card in the pocket all the time (and remembering shooting it), to have a decent start point). Somehow I do understand the Mauritian Shopkeeper, customers can be really annoying (if they just send the money instead, they shan’t hear a word from me )
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    I am in a village near Lecce in southern Italy with my family as a guest at a wedding, and it has been the most wonderful event.

    I took a number of shots with the K1 at the wedding, and it has performed admirably. Here are two - the Mayor with the happy couple and a sunset shot at the reception.

    Unfortunately even the K1 cannot capture the full atmosphere and flavours of this awesome place! K1 with Pentax 24-70mm F/2.8



    Sunset at the reception



    I'm a guest, not here as a photographer, so it's been a lot of fun with no pressure. The 24-70mm F/2.8 Pentax has performed well, as has the 77mm Limited.
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    Lovely images, Quentin.
    Enjoy!
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    Quentin: The picture of the bridal couple is marvelous...thanks for sharing...love those glowing smiles!

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    Quentin: The picture of the bridal couple is marvelous...thanks for sharing...love those glowing smiles!

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    Roy, thanks. The bride is Sophie, the daughter of my first cousin, who married Roberto from this region of Italy. Although we are invited as family members, it is sort of "understood" that I will take a few shots, which I was very happy to do (they also had a pro candid photographer). KI excelled, particularly at high ISO.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Quentin_Bargate View Post
    I am in a village near Lecce in southern Italy......
    Wonderfull pictures Quentin!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Quentin_Bargate View Post
    I am in a village near Lecce in southern Italy with my family as a guest at a wedding....
    PS., Quentin, the first one is the 77 and the latter the 24-70....right???
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    PS., Quentin, the first one is the 77 and the latter the 24-70....right???
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    Both with the 24-70mm, which is getting it's second wind

    Just realised I left the tripod plate behind in the UK. We head off in to Lecce itself today so will probably use the tried and tested Sigma DP2M and pano head for shots there. Bit of blast from the recent past. Or I might just sit in a cafe and drink coffee...
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    Lovely images - Quentin and Michiel !

    Here is my dilemma - Which wide angle would you choose - the 35mm f1.4 Sigma or the Pentax 31mm?

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    Both with the 24-70mm, which is getting it's second wind

    Just realised I left the tripod plate behind in the UK. We head off in to Lecce itself today so will probably use the tried and tested Sigma DP2M and pano head for shots there. Bit of blast from the recent past. Or I might just sit in a cafe and drink coffee...

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    Lovely images - Quentin and Michiel !

    Here is my dilemma - Which wide angle would you choose - the 35mm f1.4 Sigma or the Pentax 31mm?

    Thank you,
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    Get the Sigma 35mm F/1.4. More modern design, silent focussing, low distortion, very sharp.
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    Quentin,

    Thank you for the prompt reply. Keep those Great K1 images coming - very inspirational - You are demonstrating what this camera is capable of!

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    Both with the 24-70mm, which is getting it's second wind

    Just realised I left the tripod plate behind in the UK. We head off in to Lecce itself today so will probably use the tried and tested Sigma DP2M and pano head for shots there. Bit of blast from the recent past. Or I might just sit in a cafe and drink coffee...
    Coffee at a cafe looks like a proper solution, but after a couple of cups, you ought to put the 24-70 back on to the K1 and take a walk in the streets of Italy, and let the circumstances rule. Its seems that, especially in the top-picture of the two, is really not that bad at all as you once stated, actually it is surprisingly sharp and well balanced, it looks (and even withdrawn of your postabilities, it ought to be given a fair chance, I think, (right?))....so time for some Italian streets, right? (and let the DP rest for a while)
    All the best cappucini's..!!!
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    Get the Sigma 35mm F/1.4. More modern design, silent focussing, low distortion, very sharp.
    I've got both, first bought the sigma and was very disappointed by 'yet another' de-centering lens issue.
    This lens is also too big for me.
    So I sent it back and took the Pentax 31mm instead (despite some negative reviews).
    This is a nice small, sharp lens.
    Very good/appealing results on the K1.
    AF (slow but I don't really care for a WA) and pricetag being the major drawbacks of it.

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    Sunset in Gallipoli

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    Not very original, but there we are.
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    have you guys experimented with SR + B&W photos? does it give that leica monochrome (or generally monochrome camera) look?
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    Quote Originally Posted by anGy View Post
    I've got both, first bought the sigma and was very disappointed by 'yet another' de-centering lens issue.
    This lens is also too big for me.
    So I sent it back and took the Pentax 31mm instead (despite some negative reviews).
    This is a nice small, sharp lens.
    Very good/appealing results on the K1.
    AF (slow but I don't really care for a WA) and pricetag being the major drawbacks of it.

    Sometimes more modern doesn't mean better
    I am very happy with the FA 31 as well. My most used lens at the moment.
    Also the Voigtlander SL 40/2 is a very sharp and wonderful lens on the K-1 and very small!
    It is very rare in PK mount but I know one for sale (not mine). PM me if interested.
    I am now sort of waiting for the Laowa 12mm Zero-D. if you google it you find a couple of good reviews on that lens.
    I think I try this lens instead of the 15mm or 11mm Irix. Well I wait for some more reviews....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    I am very happy with the FA 31 as well. My most used lens at the moment.
    Also the Voigtlander SL 40/2 is a very sharp and wonderful lens on the K-1 and very small!
    It is very rare in PK mount but I know one for sale (not mine). PM me if interested.
    I am now sort of waiting for the Laowa 12mm Zero-D. if you google it you find a couple of good reviews on that lens.
    I think I try this lens instead of the 15mm or 11mm Irix. Well I wait for some more reviews....
    Good to know. The 77mm Limited is excellent.

    The Sigma 35mm F/1.4 Art is exceptional, however. The problem, though, with all "silentwave" or hypersonic driven lenses, like the Sigma 35mm F/1.4 Art, is size. I love the small size of the Pentax 77mm Limited and the 100mm F/2.8 Macro WR, but not the noise of the screw drive.
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    The 15/2.4 IRIX lens is now for sale at Amazone Europe for Nikon and Canon mount. Pentax has to wait till the end of the month's by law of commerce. But it gives us time to read the experiences of others first. No independent reviews yet as far as I know.

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    Hi Michael

    I was not aware that Irix will make the 15mm in the K mount. Is that confirmed now? If so great news as this promises to be an interesting optic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul2660 View Post
    Hi Michael

    I was not aware that Irix will make the 15mm in the K mount. Is that confirmed now? If so great news as this promises to be an interesting optic.

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    It is confirmed, only a few weeks later. They are already listed on several internet sellars here in the Netherlands. http://www.cameranu.nl/nl/c50915/obj...vast-brandpunt
    Could not find anyone selling IRIX lenses in the USA.

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    Michiel,

    The images you are creating with the 31mm and 77mm lenses on the K1 are extraordinary!

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    Thank you much, Mike!

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    Wat een machtige plaat, Michiel. Echter dan echt kan haast niet, fantastisch.
    Ik zou bijna ook een K1 aanschaffen ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    Wat een machtige plaat, Michiel. Echter dan echt kan haast niet, fantastisch.
    Ik zou bijna ook een K1 aanschaffen ...
    Dank Bart
    Maar het is ook een fantastische camera, alleen niet mirrorless en geen Sony

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    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    Wat een machtige plaat, Michiel. Echter dan echt kan haast niet, fantastisch.
    Ik zou bijna ook een K1 aanschaffen ...
    ...no doubt Dutch is a fantastic language....but for a Dane the automatic Google translation perhaps give a hint:

    "What a powerful album, Michael. But then really can not rush, fantastic.
    I would even purchase a K1 ..."
    "But it is also a fantastic camera, not just mirrorless and not Sony"


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    Quote Originally Posted by Thorkil View Post
    ...no doubt Dutch is a fantastic language....but for a Dane the automatic Google translation perhaps give a hint:

    "What a powerful album, Michael. But then really can not rush, fantastic.
    I would even purchase a K1 ..."
    "But it is also a fantastic camera, not just mirrorless and not Sony"


    Thorkil
    A more accurate translation


    What a powerful ( mighty ) picture, Michiel. More real then reality is almost not possible.
    I almost want to purchase a K1..

    Answer
    In deed it is a fantastic camera, although not mirrorless and not a Sony

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    Thank you Michiel.
    That is more meaningfull.
    Google is just for emergency's
    The Fuji X-T2 and the Pentax K1 are two very attractive camera's.
    So I guess it will only take me about a very few years to decide....
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    Re: Fun with images taken with the Pentax K1

    3 part pano, 4 exposures to each segment ( still hate the way the K1 handles bracketing, as you can't bracket in M mode without bracketing both aperture and shutter speed), HDR in LR and Pano from LR.

    Used the 15-30 @ 17mm and F11. ISO 100 for all segments.

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    Re: Fun with images taken with the Pentax K1

    From Lecce, Puglia, Southern Italy, with the K1 and 24-70mm F/2.8 Pentax, save the third, which was with the 15-30mm Pentax





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    Cornish Beach, K1, 15-30mm F/2.8 Pentax, ND grad, Lee little stopper, 6 secs, F/10 - Pixel shift, and for that reason, initial decoding done in SilkyPix.



    EDIT: Image re-processed less aggressively; SilkyPix is still a bit of mystery!
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    Beautiful image!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul2660 View Post
    3 part pano, 4 exposures to each segment ( still hate the way the K1 handles bracketing, as you can't bracket in M mode without bracketing both aperture and shutter speed), HDR in LR and Pano from LR.

    Used the 15-30 @ 17mm and F11. ISO 100 for all segments.

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    Excellent image - Quentin.

    Reminds me of Weston Beach in Carmel, California. I would love to go back there with my K1.

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    Cornish Beach, K1, 15-30mm F/2.8 Pentax, ND grad, Lee little stopper, 6 secs, F/10 - Pixel shift, and for that reason, initial decoding done in SilkyPix.



    EDIT: Image re-processed less aggressively; SilkyPix is still a bit of mystery!
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    Re: Fun with images taken with the Pentax K1

    K1 + FA 24-70, Dawn @ Kaszuby from boat .
    I love numbers of greens.
    Post LR + a bit of PS
    More here Kaszuby - krochmal
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    Re: Fun with images taken with the Pentax K1

    Two from the Autumn garden. Pentax 100mm F/2.8 Macro.



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    Re: Fun with images taken with the Pentax K1

    Ault, France

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    Ault

    A 24/2.8

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    Re: Fun with images taken with the Pentax K1

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    Michiel:

    I'm really enjoying your French town series.
    Have you compared a PS K-1 image to one from a 645Z, if so, I am very interested in your observations.

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