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    Thanks!

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    dfa 100

    IMGP2079 by Unforgiven28, on Flickr

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    FA85...



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    K1 + DFA100WR - APSC mdoe

    Used the APSC mode for the extra reach, it was high above, used live view with APSC mode to get this shot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ranchy View Post
    K1 + DFA100WR - APSC mdoe

    Used the APSC mode for the extra reach, it was high above, used live view with APSC mode to get this shot.
    Nice!
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    Quote Originally Posted by felixcat8888 View Post
    Nice!
    Thanks felix...

    One shot of FA85 to keep u happy also.. hehe

    [url=https://flic.kr/p/TjoA8z][/url

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    Quote Originally Posted by ranchy View Post
    K1 + DFA100WR - APSC mdoe

    Used the APSC mode for the extra reach, it was high above, used live view with APSC mode to get this shot.
    Very nice.
    Worth the trip imo

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    Quote Originally Posted by pinholecam View Post
    Very nice.
    Worth the trip imo
    Thanks JK , if you are going, update me. I still got one more ticket to go lolx!

    one more with the K1, pushing ISO to 12800.. i think still quite good and usable for showing on flickr..

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    20170326-IMGP7995-1 by jenkwang, on Flickr
    K1+FA77ltd with one softbox.

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    FA85...


    So sweet!
    K-5IIs, DA16-85, DFA50, DFA100, DA*60-250, 540FGZ II, 160FC, 201FG

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    Nice photos from everyone in here. I seem to have no time to shoot as much as I would love to shoot this year. After getting the K1 I have seemed to slow down.
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    K1 + D-FA 28-105 3.5-5.6

    The "consumer zoom" for the K-1 should not be called one. A forumer on PF said of the DA16-85 that it is a lens with no weaknesses within its specs. The same, IMHO, goes for the DFA28-105. Sure, you may sometimes wish for wider apertures or (as occasionally in my case) wishing it would go wider or more tele, but that's not what it is designed to do. Within its specs, it does it's job commendably. Reasonably fast AF, good IQ across the frame, good colours. Coupled with the advantage of a light, compact, WR design, it does make a great travel lens.

    28mm, F8, 1/50, handheld


    45mm,F22, 1/6, on tripod


    80mm, F8, 1/125


    105mm, F5.6, 1/125

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    Quote Originally Posted by GSiGuy View Post
    K1 + D-FA 28-105 3.5-5.6

    The "consumer zoom" for the K-1 should not be called one. A forumer on PF said of the DA16-85 that it is a lens with no weaknesses within its specs. The same, IMHO, goes for the DFA28-105. Sure, you may sometimes wish for wider apertures or (as occasionally in my case) wishing it would go wider or more tele, but that's not what it is designed to do. Within its specs, it does it's job commendably. Reasonably fast AF, good IQ across the frame, good colours. Coupled with the advantage of a light, compact, WR design, it does make a great travel lens.

    28mm, F8, 1/50, handheld


    45mm,F22, 1/6, on tripod


    80mm, F8, 1/125


    105mm, F5.6, 1/125
    I love the 2nd photo of the waterfalls. It has an extra eye-catching subject.
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    dfa 100

    IMGP2262 by Unforgiven28, on Flickr

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    Quote Originally Posted by felixcat8888 View Post
    I love the 2nd photo of the waterfalls. It has an extra eye-catching subject.
    Haha! Yes, that was the intention.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GSiGuy View Post
    K1 + D-FA 28-105 3.5-5.6

    The "consumer zoom" for the K-1 should not be called one. A forumer on PF said of the DA16-85 that it is a lens with no weaknesses within its specs. The same, IMHO, goes for the DFA28-105. Sure, you may sometimes wish for wider apertures or (as occasionally in my case) wishing it would go wider or more tele, but that's not what it is designed to do. Within its specs, it does it's job commendably. Reasonably fast AF, good IQ across the frame, good colours. Coupled with the advantage of a light, compact, WR design, it does make a great travel lens.
    So far from what I have read, the impressions of the DFA28-105 has been very good, as your picts has shown too.

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    Vignetting with 35mm macro limited:
    IMGP0508 by Jian Wah, on Flickr

    (Camera body got 'stuck' in M mode that day - mine from 3rd shipment.)

    IMGP0554 by Jian Wah, on Flickr
    Last edited by jianw; 6th April 2017 at 11:19 PM.

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    Default Re: The Pentax K1 Thread! - Post all your K1 picts and impressions

    Quote Originally Posted by jianw View Post
    Vignetting with 35mm macro limited:
    IMGP0508 by Jian Wah, on Flickr

    (Camera body got 'stuck' in M mode that day - mine from 3rd shipment.)

    IMGP0554 by Jian Wah, on Flickr
    Nice photos. The vignette makes the photo nicer somehow.
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    Thanks! Didn't realize can view it (vignette) this way...

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    Quote Originally Posted by GSiGuy View Post
    K1 + D-FA 28-105 3.5-5.6

    The "consumer zoom" for the K-1 should not be called one. A forumer on PF said of the DA16-85 that it is a lens with no weaknesses within its specs. The same, IMHO, goes for the DFA28-105. Sure, you may sometimes wish for wider apertures or (as occasionally in my case) wishing it would go wider or more tele, but that's not what it is designed to do. Within its specs, it does it's job commendably. Reasonably fast AF, good IQ across the frame, good colours. Coupled with the advantage of a light, compact, WR design, it does make a great travel lens.

    28mm, F8, 1/50, handheld


    45mm,F22, 1/6, on tripod


    80mm, F8, 1/125


    105mm, F5.6, 1/125
    nice photos, Adrian!

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