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Thread: My initial take on K1 for birding

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    Default Re: My initial take on K1 for birding

    Quote Originally Posted by jaiyen View Post
    nice lighting and capture...

    Quote Originally Posted by ramukavis View Post
    Beautiful birds. And super shots. I was thinking that for birds K3 should be more than good. Till I see your pics. Hope I can afford a K1 in the near future

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    Thanks Joe and ramukavis

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    Default Re: My initial take on K1 for birding

    DA*300 shot at iso 3200
    Another action shot freeze with the higher fps at APSC mode.
    Sunbird nesting by Ken Goh, on Flickr
    Last edited by kengoh; 20th May 2016 at 02:42 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kengoh View Post
    DA*300 shot at iso 3200
    Another action shot freeze with the higher fps at APSC mode.
    Sunbird nesting by Ken Goh, on Flickr
    very nice....right timing..

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    Default Re: My initial take on K1 for birding

    Quote Originally Posted by jaiyen View Post
    very nice....right timing..
    Thanks Joe.

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    Default Re: My initial take on K1 for birding

    DAL 55-300 kit lens 100% crop @300mm FF mode with slight vignetting


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    Default Re: My initial take on K1 for birding

    Shot with DAL 55-300 kit lens @107mm, iso 2000
    At only about 15% cropped, the camera is still able to capture the details...
    Red Billed Leiothrix by Ken Goh, on Flickr
    Last edited by kengoh; 24th June 2016 at 05:42 PM.

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    Nice....any lens on your hands is a gem....

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    Default Re: My initial take on K1 for birding

    Quote Originally Posted by jaiyen View Post
    Nice....any lens on your hands is a gem....
    Thanks Joe, the K1 is good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kengoh View Post
    Thanks bro, yes you are right the focusing in not on the eye due to bird small and far, as it's just a test shot I only shot once for that "UN-natural" perch, usually I'll shoot a few and sure there will one shot that focus at the eyes.
    At least it shows that the sensor can perform under heavy crop.

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