I am worried about the FINE details at ISO6400. The ISO6400 looks REALLY clean for APS-C but I am not sure if it is because of NR applied on the RAW.
I am interested in the comparison between D700 and k-5 because if it is as good, then I probably sell my big heavy FF WA lens and get a K-5 with an ultra wide for APS-C.
Can the owners share the experience in using electronic leveling function in k5 ?
Currently about 20% of my photos taken with my lovely white k-x are not in perfect level. I need adjust them in LR by a few degrees.
Hope the electronic leveling function will help me to overcome this issue ?
I ordered my K5 and DA 35 yesterday, hope to get them soon! After trying out another brand, I find that I still miss Pentax alot..
Life is like photography, we develop from the negatives.
new K-5 firmware http://www.pentax.jp/japan/news/announce/20101029.html
The K5 is definitely a MUST-BUY. Go get one now. kekeke
Pentaxian for Life
K1, K3, DA*16-50, Sigma 70-200, FA31, 43 & FA77 Limiteds, DA18-135WR, DA50-200WR
How much is the pentax k-5 ranging from? Does it has an option for a battery grip?
Yes k5 is a very good buy & it turned out to be cheaper than D7000 though overseas price is the other way round.
Since I have it, I might as well try using it.
Found a good opportunity to put ISO12800 to use.
Fun at the Waterfront Park (Lower Seletar)
Pentax K5 ISO12800 f2.8 1/800
Last edited by pinholecam; 31st October 2010 at 10:43 PM.
(David Foster & friends. auto ISO 80-3200. 50-135. Apologies about the content - my seat was a little too far forward and I hadn't expected to take pics (snuck a few) but then he SAID to take photos )