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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    . . . . Then, a few minutes later, with the same lens, you can take these:
    Of course, we all know that the right answer is an IQ 180 and a tripod with fantastic lenses . . . . but I'm loving the fact that a K5 with a 5 times zoom is getting interesting shots time after time without getting in the way
    Jono,

    Great series with the 18-135. We have been stuck under a stagnant low for several days. I also took my 18-135 out for a rainy day walk but photo ops were limited. Here are two that caught my eye along the waterfront.

    A patient great blue heron ISO 3200



    Left behind and hopefully not needed.

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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    @Jim
    I must play with the flash . . . it seems to stay down!
    @Roy - 'fraid I'm no Victorian . . . although Emma's grandfather was, astonishingly, born in 1848!!!
    @Joe - as for being in the rain with the IQ180 - I might not, but Guy seems to thing that weathersealing is a gimmick.
    @Rich - thank you - it was a fun afternoon, which we certainly wouldn't have gone to if it wasn't for some good fun Dutch friends.
    @Bart - thanks - they were fun to do - and perhaps they would have been better with an S2 and the yet to be released zoom . . .
    @Lee - I do have the auto-iso mode on 'fast', but it's more because I haven't got around to changing it back - I'm really not getting a problem with sharp shots.
    @Tom - I thought the word on the street was that turning of SR really didn't help - certainly, I have it turned on by default, and I've long since stopped fiddling.
    @Lee - it's just that we're all spectacularly good photographers
    @Carl-thank you - no Great blue herons around here - but it seems we have similar weather

    I'll be going out tomorrow morning, but whether the weather makes it worth taking shots is a different matter!

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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    The Fat Controller judging the heavy horses:



    Sheep Show



    The Sublime and the Ridiculous


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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post

    Holy crap Jono......this picture is right out of a movie set (or history book)...and a nice conversion to boot.

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    HI Rich
    some were bigger than others

    This is the low emissions version:


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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

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    HI Rich
    some were bigger than others
    Jono...you're right......that guy is a GIANT!!!!!

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    Jono: deny all you want...you're in a time warp! It's wonderful! You've given us the feeling that we (the viewers) are in the midst of it all...thanks for that gift. Too bad there's no sound for the chug,chug, chug of the steam engines. I'd love to see the shape of the fat controller's head under that too small for size derby...he looks like one of the mob in Alec Guiness' "Lavender Hill Mob".

    I really love these pics...more if you got them, please.

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    Carl: what really makes my toes tingle in the great blue heron pic is the ISO 3200...that's really something! Would never have guessed if you hadn't mentioned it.

    Roy Benson

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    Re: That Pentax something

    Quote Originally Posted by Sapphie View Post
    ... but it's more than that. I have thought it from the start: regardless of the absolute qualities of the different lenses in terms of sharpness etc the K5 images have a richness and tonality to them that seems to me hard to find elsewhere.
    I found this right from the K10D. Back then I was looking to substitute a Canon DSLR and began to like what was being posted on the web taken with Pentax cameras, made me opt for Pentax instead - never looked back. I do have a D700 for full-frame work with my old manual focus Nikkors and a G1 as the grab-and-go but for the rest it's the Pentax colours I go for. All I was waiting for was a body that didn't made that awful Ka-Chung sound when shooting with it and it seems the K-5 has done away with this, I'll know this afternoon for sure ...

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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    Quote Originally Posted by Rich M View Post
    Tom....I am as curious as you are on that topic. I wish I had a spare day to go out and test it.

    Have you decided to hang on to the K-5 for a bit?

    Hope you do.......R
    Its still here. I gues I wont loose any more money if I sell it 4 weeks earlier or later.
    So I want to check out some thing. I will start another thread on this.

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    Using the 70/2.8 Sigma macro lens with the K-5...a series of pics on fallen oleander blossoms.

    Roy Benson

    BTW: coming after Jono's steam engine series makes this set (and more to come) a very hard act to follow.
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    Another set with the 70/2.8 macro and K-5...same day, time as oleanders.

    Pic #!: edge of croton leaf...pic #2: the "shroud" of Boca Raton...Pic #3: rusty screw in kid's cart...pic #4: weed in pebbles but shot for very strong 3 dimensional effect.

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    Last set of Sigma 70/2.8 macro with K-5: thorny, prickly, spiny stuff...same day, time as previous two.

    Roy Benson
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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    Yep, nice machine




    K-5+DA 21mm f/3.2 1/[email protected]/8 ISO100

    As shot; DNG, default values in ACR, cropped to 1000 by 666 pixels and jpegged for forum.

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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    Great colors - did you just take the plunge?

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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    Well, I ordered a K-5 today and I blame this expense entirely on this thread. It has been, and I use a term I learned on another thread, enabling. I hope to show you some good images.

    Thanks, (I think)

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    You should be thoroughly pleased. Quite frankly, we all just blame Jono for this, LOL. Do you have len's already, or did you order with the kit lens?
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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Well, I ordered a K-5 today and I blame this expense entirely on this thread. It has been, and I use a term I learned on another thread, enabling. I hope to show you some good images.

    Thanks, (I think)

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    Quote Originally Posted by ecsh View Post
    You should be thoroughly pleased. Quite frankly, we all just blame Jono for this, LOL.
    Joe
    Welcome Tom. Yes.....Jono is perhaps solely responsible for the current spike in the Japanese GDP.

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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    BIF........biplanes, that is....

    Shot with a Sigma 100-300 EX APO at 300mm.



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    Re: Plunge

    Quote Originally Posted by JMaher View Post
    ... did you just take the plunge?
    I did indeed, the image posted was taken on the way back from picking up the camera yesterday evening.
    As many have said - All Jono's fault ...

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    Re: The Last Spin

    Quote Originally Posted by Rich M View Post
    BIF........biplanes, that is....
    Lovely image. The last spin after a hard day's crop dusting?

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    Re: The Last Spin

    Quote Originally Posted by m3photo View Post
    Lovely image. The last spin after a hard day's crop dusting?
    Yes......heading home at the end of day.

    So glad you joined the crew......looking forward to your future contributions, Michael.


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    Michael: I wish my first shots out of a new camera were as nice as this one...looking forward to seeing many more...great pics, that is...not new cameras.

    Rich: Jeepers! that's a nice shot with the yellow plane and the rolling scenery below...new lens?

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    Rich - very nice.

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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    The Fat Controller judging the heavy horses:
    More great shots Jono. Love the rambler image.
    Quote Originally Posted by benroy View Post
    Carl: what really makes my toes tingle in the great blue heron pic is the ISO 3200...that's really something! Would never have guessed if you hadn't mentioned it.
    Roy Benson
    Thanks Roy. Yes, ISO 3200 is often quite useful and acceptable with the K5.
    Quote Originally Posted by benroy View Post
    Another set with the 70/2.8 macro and K-5...same day, time as oleanders.
    Roy Benson
    Roy, Great detail and color in this series with the 70 macro
    Quote Originally Posted by m3photo View Post
    Yep, nice machine
    K-5+DA 21mm f/3.2 1/[email protected]/8 ISO100
    As shot; DNG, default values in ACR, cropped to 1000 by 666 pixels and jpegged for forum.
    Very Nice Michael and congrats for the newly acquired K5. The 21 is a great little walk about lens.
    Quote Originally Posted by Rich M View Post
    BIF........biplanes, that is....
    Shot with a Sigma 100-300 EX APO at 300mm.
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    Nice shot Rich. Were you following in another biplane?
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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    Nice shot Rich. Were you following in another biplane?
    Quote Originally Posted by benroy View Post
    ..... nice shot with the yellow plane and the rolling scenery below...new lens?
    Thanks Roy, Ben and Carl......

    Yes.....a new lens....

    http://www.pentaxforums.com/userrevi...or-Pentax.html

    I had been waiting for one for quite a while and it finally popped up.....a week after I picked up a used DA* 60-250.....always happens that way. It's pretty large.....fast focusing.....not as saturated colors/contrasty as the Pentax. I have yet to figure out if it requires any microadjustment. Hopefully this weekend I'll get some head-to-head comparisons.

    It was shot from the edge of a butte looking down....or rather across at the biplane (although following it in another biplane is a MUCH better story).

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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    Thanks Rich, benroy and Carl. I will try to please ...

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    @ALL - Thanks for your comments, they are appreciated. I need to visit here more often obviously to keep up with things!

    @ Rich - Great photo of the bi-plane, love the rolling hills as a backdrop.
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    Visited New Westminster, BC the other day, it is one of the older towns (if not the oldest) in Western Canada.

    70mm Ltd.


    70mm Ltd.


    100mm WR
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    Dead leaves with the 77/K-5 in open shade (or even more subdued lighting)..close to wide open at 1/400 and ISO 400...sharp focus on individual leaf using manual focus...too many distracting elements around the leaf causing the AF to hunt...there has been some cropping of these distracting elements where possible. Very impressed with the wide open sharpness of this lens.

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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    So, I’ve succumbed to this thread and purchased a K5. It arrived yesterday. A wonderful little camera and hand holding is a breeze. A few shots with an old Super Takumar f/1.4, all at f/1.4 or f/2 (early eight element design).

    Thanks all and to think I considered getting a Nikon

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    Great color, fine pics...you won't regret your purchase of the K-5.

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    You should be thoroughly pleased. Quite frankly, we all just blame Jono for this, LOL. Do you have len's already, or did you order with the kit lens?
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    I totally agree on partially (at least) blaming Jono and I think it's about time he's brought up into the light of justice. Expedited judgement, slow sentence, is all I have to say….

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    Quote Originally Posted by raist3d View Post
    I totally agree on partially (at least) blaming Jono and I think it's about time he's brought up into the light of justice. Expedited judgement, slow sentence, is all I have to say….

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    Hi Ricardo - first you have to find me . . . and when you do you'll be mauled to death by a vicious furball

    In this case (unlike the X100) at least I do have the courage of my convictions. I think it's a lovely camera, and mine gets used every day; it really feels more and more like the inheritor of the elusive E1 mantle.

    It seems that Sony is bringing out an A77 with a 24mp APSc sensor it'll be interesting if Pentax brings out a camera with the same sensor (K3?)

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    COLOR! Pentax 300/4.5 and K-5:

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Hi Ricardo - first you have to find me . . . and when you do you'll be mauled to death by a vicious furball

    In this case (unlike the X100) at least I do have the courage of my convictions. I think it's a lovely camera, and mine gets used every day; it really feels more and more like the inheritor of the elusive E1 mantle.
    Hehe :-)

    It seems that Sony is bringing out an A77 with a 24mp APSc sensor it'll be interesting if Pentax brings out a camera with the same sensor (K3?)
    Probably more like K- whatever number it is Canon is going to use for their next 7D type model or 5D type model :-)

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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    Quote Originally Posted by benroy View Post
    Great color, fine pics...you won't regret your purchase of the K-5.

    Roy Benson
    Thanks Roy. Your statement is already true. Love the camera and today I rediscovered the bokeh of the Super Takumar f/1.4. Three shots of the same flower, out-of-camera jpegs, no PS!

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    MORE COLOR with 300/4.5 and K-5:

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    My firsts from the K-5, I'm so happy with it. Just need to get my hands on some legacy glass and be done for a while .

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    Dartmoor was Darkmoor yesterday so boosted the files up a bit
    21mm Limited again
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    Quote Originally Posted by Karlo View Post
    My firsts from the K-5, I'm so happy with it. Just need to get my hands on some legacy glass and be done for a while .
    Pouff Karlo
    These are wonderful - especially the second one - just the kind of thing the K5 is really good for. excellent.

    David - stop tempting me with that 21 limited - it'll be too much for my willpower!

    These ones are from wet walks yesterday:








    Boringly they were all taken with the 18-135!

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    @David: Wow, that one with the white horse: it really lives up to the mystique of the moor !

    @Jono: I had some great opportunities last Saturday, but unfortunately no camera ...
    I like the second, beautiful reflections. And your country show shots brought back great memories from when I visited the Devon country show.

    @Karlo: Happy shooting with your K5 !

    @Roy: Lively colours from that 400 (I'm still not decided on what tele lens)

    @Michael: Welcome aboard.

    @Rich: What a killer shot of that bi-plane, wonderful !

    @Carl: That life jacket really jumps out of my screen.

    Apologies to anyone who I may have forgotten to mention here: great shots all

    All the very best.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post

    David - stop tempting me with that 21 limited - it'll be too much for my willpower!
    Sorry Jono
    I have packed it away to avoid further temptation and broken out the 70mm limited to do a few shots with
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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    These ones are from wet walks yesterday

    Boringly they were all taken with the 18-135!
    Jono.....great captures.....detailed and well balanced.

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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    Today my wife an I have been married for 29 years. Time really does fly.
    Rather than buy a dozen roses I bought a simple arrangement of two. Not that I am cheap, I just thought it more appropriate since there is just the two of us these days.

    I set the roses up on black and white foam board for the two shots below.. both were illuminated by light from the kitchen window. Post processed in Photoshop CS5.
    I used the Pentax K5 and the 43 Ltd for these shots.

    The first was a bit of a high-key shot while the second was just to see what it would look like with a dark background.



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    Jim

    You are one talented dude!

    Congrats on your anniversary. Phyllis and I celebrated our 41st this past September. The longer we have been together, the better it has gotten

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Radcliffe View Post
    Today my wife an I have been married for 29 years. Time really does fly.
    Rather than buy a dozen roses I bought a simple arrangement of two. Not that I am cheap, I just thought it more appropriate since there is just the two of us these days.

    I set the roses up on black and white foam board for the two shots below.. both were illuminated by light from the kitchen window. Post processed in Photoshop CS5.
    I used the Pentax K5 and the 43 Ltd for these shots.

    The first was a bit of a high-key shot while the second was just to see what it would look like with a dark background.
    First of all: congratulations with your anniversary, Jim.

    As for these fine compositions (beautiful light) I think the one with the dark background is more intense with deeper and richer colours.
    But both black and white backgrounds have their own merits.
    Difficult to pick a favourite, they do equally well IMO.

    That 43 is becoming more and more interesting ...

    All the very best.
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    Congratulations Jim, on the shots and the 29 years.

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    Congratulations, Jim on your 29th anniversary and also for the fine images of the roses. We will be celebrating our 56th this week (6/25).

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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    Jim - nice shots (I like the white background) and congratulations on 29 years.

    Roy - 56 YEARS! - congratulations.

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