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    Jim, those are spectacular. It might be very appropriate to get one printed large and framed as a gift for your thirtieth anniversary.
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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 .
    The first image with the single cloud is incredible! Thanks for sharing it with us!
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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    Quote Originally Posted by DavidL View Post
    Dartmoor was Darkmoor yesterday so boosted the files up a bit
    21mm Limited again
    David, to my eyes the DA21 has nothing special in its rendering and I am happy enough with a much cheaper Vivitar 24/2.

    That said, any lens is good in the hands of the right person. And I really enjoy those photos.... make me want to be right there with you in the countryside.
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    Always on the alert for wildlife pix...drinking dove: 50-135...coiled lizard: 300/4.5.

    Roy Benson

    BTW: no safari need for these pics...they were taken at the end of my driveway. The lizard is residing in hollowed out wood supporting my mail box.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Pouff Karlo
    These are wonderful - especially the second one - just the kind of thing the K5 is really good for. excellent.
    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    @Karlo: Happy shooting with your K5 !

    Quote Originally Posted by rparmar View Post
    The first image with the single cloud is incredible! Thanks for sharing it with us!
    Thank you all for your feedback, seeing this thread and all the wonderful pictures in it just makes me love my K-5 even more.

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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    Quote Originally Posted by benroy View Post
    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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    Hi Roy - I've been looking at these again - the rusty screw is wonderful,and so is the 3rd shot in the next sequence - excellent!

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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    Still playing around with the Sigma 100-300 EX APO......focuses very fast and doesn't hunt at all. Needed major micro adjustment (+9)....but now it's fine. The K-5 is not a sports camera by any means, but there were a few keepers.

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    Rich: looks like the new lens is a keeper...first shot (parasail) with great color...you'll join the long lens addicts yet. Are you hand-holding? What ISO and shutter speed combination were you using?

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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    Hi all,
    got out to the Kemble airshow in the Cotswolds on sunday with my significantly better half(or so she keeps telling me)and a few other friends.
    good day out with great light at times,just not always when and where you'd like it!stormy,overcast,sunny etc.
    A few shots from the day,all with the Bigma O/S,apart from the biker,which was with my new toy a Lensbaby.A bit of a Marmite lens(either love or hate it)first real shot with it,so we'll see!
    The RAF Red Arrows and a very famous prop plane(no apologies for the corny processing on the Spitfire
    Cheers
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    Aerial pics are eye-popping, Malcolm...enjoyed them all, especially #2.

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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    Malcolm .....WOW!!! I love second shot....the eight plane group (IGP3264.jpg). Classic.

    Care to discuss your focus settings.....single shot....continuous?? I find with the Sigma 100-300 that I get more keepers with the continuous focus....but nowhere near what I used to get with my 1DIII.

    I didn't know the Lensbaby was in a PK mount....it's an acquired taste .

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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    Quote Originally Posted by benroy View Post
    Rich: looks like the new lens is a keeper...first shot (parasail) with great color...you'll join the long lens addicts yet. Are you hand-holding? What ISO and shutter speed combination were you using?

    Roy Benson
    Roy....all hand held. Bright conditions let me stay at ISO 100-200 and still shoot at 1/1000, f/4.......with +0.7EC.

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    Hi Roy and Rich,thanks for the kind comments.
    Rich,like you I find continuous focus works ok.I use single spot focus and mainly spot or center metering 99.9%Cant speak about Cannon but I know Nikon AF is better than pentax too.Wont it be great when Pentax crack AF?last piece of the puzzle i feelTell you what I find with the K5,,for some reason I find myself needing to dial in ev compensation less than most other bodies ive used!wierd?maybe me or the lens or perhaps the clouds are usually so dark you can meter off themI see you used +.7 on you 100-300 shots(which are great by the way.i feel unqualified to comment too much on all the great shots on this forum) which i would expect,so perhaps the latter!
    Are you happy to have left your 1d mk111 behind other than the AF?
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    Some more fun with this great camera . Mind you all my photos are shot with the kit lens ( waiting for my 50 1.2 and 100WR Macro to pass customs).
    The pics are sharp as i have seen yet from any of my digitals but my resizing is probably not doing them justice as they are not as sharp here...

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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    Rich you are eventually going to convince me to buy a long lens. As usual great shots!

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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    Malcom,

    All very nice but I like this one the best.



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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    So as not to be seen as a slacker.

    One from last night . A friends 19 year old daughter.


    To be 19 Again by jmmtampa, on Flickr

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    Good one, Jim...brimming with teen energy.

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    The 21's turn in the daily rotation of Pentax mount lenses: I will not editorialize...I got into "foot in mouth" for this last week.

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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    Quote Originally Posted by MalcolmP View Post
    Are you happy to have left your 1d mk111 behind other than the AF?
    Malc....I do miss the AF speed and accuracy....and the USM motors focus in a snap. However, I am quite happy to leave it all behind.....many reasons......some sound rather piddly (like attention getting white lenses), but additively, for me, the K-5 and the Pentax primes I own fit a niche that Canon never did.

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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    Great images all. I'm still learning to use the K-5. Another with the 50mm super takumar @f/1.4. This lens has a yellow cast from the radioactive thorium used in the formulation and interestingly, the auto WB takes care of it (at least the yellow part, not the radioactive part).

    Tom

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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    Tom,

    Very moody and interesting.

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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    These pics definitely show that you are outstanding in the field, Michael.

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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Great images all. I'm still learning to use the K-5. Another with the 50mm super takumar @f/1.4. This lens has a yellow cast from the radioactive thorium used in the formulation and interestingly, the auto WB takes care of it (at least the yellow part, not the radioactive part).

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    Hi Tom
    Don't know nothing about thorium . . . but that's a great photo.
    Really fine

    all the best

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    Quote Originally Posted by benroy View Post
    These pics definitely show that you are outstanding in the field, Michael.
    If that's the case it also demonstrates he is one hell of a runner. Only ten seconds to get to that spot?
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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    A few late evening snaps with the 55-300 and K5.

    Wet Robin



    Watching the wet robin



    This one prefers chipmunks

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    Carl: "when the red, red robin goes bob-bob-bobbin along" in the water...really caught the action...nice light, color with the two cats.

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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    Thanks Jim and Jono.

    Attached is another using the same lens. I really like the rendering of this lens.
    I'm finding the K-5 to be very hand holdable, which is very liberating for somone accustomed to using the Pentax 67 film camera. Having a 40-year-old lens which is stabilized at any ISO is really something. Birch leaves in three stages of emergence


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    Re: Outstanding

    Quote Originally Posted by benroy View Post
    These pics definitely show that you are outstanding in the field, Michael.
    Har, har!
    Talking of outstanding; Very dark kitchen+handsome cat = K-5 at 6400ISO:



    K5+70mm Limited f/2.4 - 1/[email protected]/3.5 ISO6400

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    Michael: 6400 ISO gets a big WOW! That's really impressive...why the hostile look on the cat?

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    Re: Hostile cat

    Quote Originally Posted by benroy View Post
    ...why the hostile look on the cat?
    He'd been asleep on top of the fridge all morning and I woke him up without knowing he was there. It's his way of saying I'm a clumsy idiot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by benroy View Post
    Carl: "when the red, red robin goes bob-bob-bobbin along" in the water...really caught the action...nice light, color with the two cats.

    Roy Benson
    Thanks Roy. It is so easy to shoot in low light with the K5 and not worry about high ISO.
    Quote Originally Posted by m3photo View Post
    Har, har!
    Talking of outstanding; Very dark kitchen+handsome cat = K-5 at 6400ISO:
    K5+70mm Limited f/2.4 - 1/[email protected]/3.5 ISO6400
    Michael,
    Very nice example of ISO 6400 performance with the elegant looking cat. My blond tabby shot above was also ISO 6400. K5 is an amazing low light machine.
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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    Quote Originally Posted by JMaher View Post
    So as not to be seen as a slacker.

    One from last night . A friends 19 year old daughter.
    Jim....nice capture of youthful exuberance....

    Quote Originally Posted by m3photo View Post
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    Michael.....about time you started posting....I mean you've had the camera for what....about a week already.


    Oh....and my interpretation of the look on your Siamese's face is the same one many cats give to their underlings....kind of a "s**t for brains" look that says I barely tolerate your existence.


    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    A few late evening snaps with the 55-300 and K5.

    Wet Robin
    Great shot Carl.....with another "underrated" lens.


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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    Reviving the 16-50 keeper-non keeper debate (debacle?)...picked up a Sigma 15-30/3.5-4.5 DG Pentax mount lens...a bit longer than the 16-50...about the same weight...balances OK on the K-5...over the fence and into the garden we went...here are some examples (with the usual apologies for lack of mountains or street scenes):

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    Second set: Sigma 15-30. First set dealt with close-up stuff in the 30mm range...this set deals with the 15mm end of the range...I have straightened lines...I see no indication of vignetting...had trouble focusing at infinity with AF...MF worked better...don't put your Leica and Zeiss wides in the drawer yet.

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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    Roy,

    These look good. Have fun with the new lens.

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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    Roy:

    I like the mailbox; I've thought of starting a photo project of interesting mailboxes (none of the ugly Rubbermaid ones permitted!). I like the rusty metal shot as well, I would like to see it in flat light without shadows.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Roy:

    I like the mailbox; I've thought of starting a photo project of interesting mailboxes (none of the ugly Rubbermaid ones permitted!). I like the rusty metal shot as well, I would like to see it in flat light without shadows.

    Tom
    +1 Love the rusty metal and mailbox shots.
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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    Jim, Tom, and Carl: thanks for the kind words...interesting lens...could be very interesting on full frame, and it is available on FF for Canon and Nikon...on eBay for around $265 - $275 (Canon, Nikon)....makes for budget alternative to 16-50.

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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    A landscape with the FA31.....pretty much straight OOC, no added saturation or contrast.



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    Mitch: that image could have been taken in the Georgia mountains (except the soil would be redder)...only thing missing is the outhouse out back...pic holds its own with any of Jono's "bucolics". 31FA is a fine lens, isn't it.

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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    Rich,

    I agree with Roy - very nice.

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    Nice Rich....

    I'm still on the fence on the K-5. The autofocus capability is the primary issue. I currently shoot a Nikon D300 and D7000. The D300 is fine in bright light but that's about it. The D7000 has the dynamic range but the metering is a little unpredictable and the color cast requires too much PP fiddling. I turned 51 recently and with that achievement I've swallowed a large dose of reality as I contemplate my inevitable mortality. That's a long way around the barn to say I really don't want to spend so much time in PP.

    I'm headed to Florida for a month this summer and would like a setup specifically to shoot kids surfing, landscapes, sunrises...your basic beach stuff. I need the dynamic range of the K-5 in order to get the best sunrise/sunset shots but I'm unsure how it would perform for ocean action shots. I'm considering the 60-250 and the 50-135 and then a prime for the landscapes (basically because the QC of the 16-50 seems unpredictable).

    My other choice is to with a Canon (7D) because of their highly regarded 70-200 f/4 IS.

    Any advice or recommendations? Thanks!

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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    I am not Rich but ...

    I am not an action shooter so what I say may not be meaningful to you. With that said, I have borrowed a 7D and don't think the image quality or DR is on par with the K5. The image quality of the K5 is much more in in line with my 5D2.

    I do understand that the autofocus on the 7D is probably the best of the 3.

    The Canon 70-200 f4 IS is truly a fantastic lens. With that said I pick up the K5 and the lowly 18-135 much more often then the 5D2 and the 70-200 and I am never unhappy with the results.

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    gmack: My mortality is a little more inevitable than yours...I'll be hitting 80 next February.
    I have a D700 and have had no problems with it. I have a K-5 and have had no problems with it...some of my K-5 colleagues have issues with AF...I have had none (knock on wood). I would highly recommend the 50-135, 200/2.8, and a hard to find 300/4.5...you'll have to talk to Jono about the 60-250. The 16-50 can be "unpredictable" from the QC point of view, but it is sure fun to use, if you are not too fussy about corners and edges.
    Enjoy your Florida visit...from a long-time Florida resident (Boca Raton)...by the way, if you are spending a lot of time on the beach, bring plastic bags to cover the lenses...salt spray can do a number on them.

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    Jim.... thanks for your view and opinion and you are right on point. The 7D has the autofocus and the lens, but does not even compete in regard to DR. Coastal shots where you need both the shadows of the clouds and the brightness of the sun require DR.

    Roy.... congratulations. I have a new found reverence and respect for anyone who has earned their honorary Ph.D. in Geriatrics! We will be spending the month at the Hammock Beach resort in Palm Coast. I have two young daughters and they will be the primary subject as they enjoy the Florida surf. The plastic bag advice is appreciated. Plastic bags are on the shopping list.

    Now... as a NJ resident....time to muster up the courage and move someplace where I can educate my kids, buy a home worth the money, and make a little art along the way.

    Thanks!!

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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    Quote Originally Posted by Rich M View Post
    A landscape with the FA31.....pretty much straight OOC, no added saturation or contrast.



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    Beautiful landscape Rich. The 31 seems to be a fine lens.
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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    For Tom: rusty screw in kid's cart...overcast skies...50-135 lens in use at the time...DOF limited by overcast.

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    For Tom: rusty screw in kid's cart...overcast skies...50-135 lens in use at the time...DOF limited by overcast.

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    Roy,
    Great color and detail. Rust, peeling paint, and weathered wood are some of my favorite things to photograph.
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