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    any low iso pictures from the k-r?

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    Quote Originally Posted by night86mare View Post
    any low iso pictures from the k-r?
    you should definitely get the k-5 lah, master.

    the current DR is bottlenecked by the readout bits rather that the CMOS itself, that is why k-5's 14bit readout will give you 14 stop DR

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    Quote Originally Posted by poppyer View Post
    you should definitely get the k-5 lah

    the current DR is bottlenecked by the readout bits rather that the CMOS itself, that is why k-5's 14bit readout will give you 14 stop DR
    $$$

    k-5 can wait, right now i'm more excited about not having to wait for long exposure NR...

    just ordered my k-r black of course. now who wants my k20d?
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    ok, just a quick random few anyhow snap images - handheld as well.

    will post up more in the days to come , when i get to bring out the k-r for a proper test.

    100% 800x800 crop before NR

    iso6400 - i'm impressed, even though i don't really use iso6400

    100% 800x800 crop after NR

    iso6400

    image resized to 700 pixels widest, iso6400 before NR


    and after NR


    i'm happy

    oh, these were taken with fa 50mm f/1.4, at f/2.8

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    Quote Originally Posted by night86mare View Post
    ok, just a quick random few anyhow snap images - handheld as well.

    will post up more in the days to come , when i get to bring out the k-r for a proper test.

    100% 800x800 crop before NR

    iso6400 - i'm impressed, even though i don't really use iso6400

    100% 800x800 crop after NR

    iso6400

    image resized to 700 pixels widest, iso6400 before NR


    and after NR


    i'm happy

    oh, these were taken with fa 50mm f/1.4, at f/2.8
    wow . I tot u just order 5hr ago ... so fast got it liao ar. Will wait for more review from u .
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    Quote Originally Posted by night86mare View Post
    ok, just a quick random few anyhow snap images - handheld as well.

    will post up more in the days to come , when i get to bring out the k-r for a proper test.

    100% 800x800 crop before NR

    iso6400 - i'm impressed, even though i don't really use iso6400

    100% 800x800 crop after NR

    iso6400

    image resized to 700 pixels widest, iso6400 before NR


    and after NR


    i'm happy

    oh, these were taken with fa 50mm f/1.4, at f/2.8
    Nice, nice,.. pls post more K-r pictures...

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    Wah! Talk, talk, talk. Then suddenly Wham! Congrats. Look forward to your pics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by night86mare View Post
    ok, just a quick random few anyhow snap images - handheld as well.

    will post up more in the days to come , when i get to bring out the k-r for a proper test.

    i'm happy

    oh, these were taken with fa 50mm f/1.4, at f/2.8
    Wah! 双喜 Congrats...

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    双囍临门啊 :d 恭喜恭喜!

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    once he know the price simply cannot wait...
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    sample of cats would be good at high ISO...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Supersimon27 View Post
    wow . I tot u just order 5hr ago ... so fast got it liao ar. Will wait for more review from u .


    yes, i am a person who makes snappy decisions after considering and yakking about it for very long.

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    Quote Originally Posted by istDeS View Post
    Wah! 双喜 Congrats...


    i think that was pasted on the fan for my brother's wedding.....

    please show your new 645 to everyone hor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fengwei View Post
    双囍临门啊 :d 恭喜恭喜!


    thanks, is one x k-r

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    Quote Originally Posted by seefei View Post
    sample of cats would be good at high ISO...
    definitely will do so in the days to come.

    in fact, i'm raring to head out now just to try, since this is the only point that gets my heart racing when it comes to high iso.

    and of course, i did a check to make sure that the bulb mode didn't have that long exposure NR thing...

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    i tried to google - upon quick inspection i already know that the k-r doesn't take wired remotes

    on the bright side, i remember denis saying that this was easily solved by remote and the implementation was just sweet - press once to start, press once to stop

    now for the question that i can't find an answer to, but you guys could possibly help me with.....

    does the k-r use the same type of remote as the k-7, k-x, k20d, blah blah blah? thanks in advance

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    Quote Originally Posted by night86mare View Post


    thanks, is one x k-r
    wah...your pattern order the K-r is like a Samurai order a parang. I would have thought the full featured K5 would be better suited to an expert user like youself, man. Anyway congrats! I was playing with idea of upgrading the Kx but its only 2 months old. In fact, most of the cameras I owned do not last more than 6 months in my possession before being upgraded/replaced. The BBB virus is strong in me. But cannot keep up with the new model curve..so I will control!
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    Quote Originally Posted by airconvent View Post
    wah...your pattern order the K-r is like a Samurai order a parang. I would have thought the full featured K5 would be better suited to an expert user like youself, man. Anyway congrats! I was playing with idea of upgrading the Kx but its only 2 months old. In fact, most of the cameras I owned do not last more than 6 months in my possession before being upgraded/replaced. The BBB virus is strong in me. But cannot keep up with the new model curve..so I will control!
    i don't really use a lot of the features in the k20d, i realise...

    that said, i must say the k-r's ergonomics are much improved from the k100d - it's not that the k100d was bad, just that it's much better now.

    despite that though, i would think that k20d and therefore k-5 would still be much better handling wise.

    but i'm just a hobbyist, a simple camera will do in the future, especially since now i have my wings relatively clipped.

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    Quote Originally Posted by night86mare View Post
    i tried to google - upon quick inspection i already know that the k-r doesn't take wired remotes

    on the bright side, i remember denis saying that this was easily solved by remote and the implementation was just sweet - press once to start, press once to stop

    now for the question that i can't find an answer to, but you guys could possibly help me with.....

    does the k-r use the same type of remote as the k-7, k-x, k20d, blah blah blah? thanks in advance
    ya... same kind of ir remote... just be careful when wanna stop ur hand dun appear in view of the lens...
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    Quote Originally Posted by flowerpot View Post
    once he know the price simply cannot wait...
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