K-1, Sigma 35mm f1.4 Art
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The fun has just begun! The more you use it and explore with it, the more you will like it! Very flexible tool in creative hands. Great start!I had a chance to use my newly acquired K-1. I'm very impressed with this camera. I had some fun using it with a 1960s era 8-element Super Takumar, a lens of some fame. All handheld at f/1.4 or f/2.0.
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Yes, you can also export any of the four pixel shift exposures using RawTherapee. You can also export a black&white motion mask if you like.Alan:
Another question: is it possible to use only one of the four exposures involved in pixel shift? I ask since that if so, that single image could be applied as a layer with a mask to correct any movement artifacts.