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For those without the exif details , these shots from me have been with the Pentax K1 and the very cheap DA35/2.4 plastic prime. Which in theory is a crop sensor lens, but in reality is based on the old FA35 optics and merely gives a little bit of vignette on the bigger sensor. I actually really like how it renders on this sensor. You often hear "film like" from digital photogs - I don't think it's really film like but this sensor output does feel smoother and less digital.

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It's interesting that they're getting some pretty good feedback.

I hadn't bothered with my SLRs for several years, but I'm trying to streamline my camera setups and forced myself to use the Pentax stuff again to make some decisions. This camera is giving me some serious food for thought. It's bulky, but with primes attached not prohibitively so. The IQ from the 36mp sensor is very very nice and that's without even using the Raws. I think it's killed off any need/want for Fuji aps-c. And then, if this becomes my specialised use camera, do I really need the largish G9 ? Or should I down size to the smaller MFT bodies again? I'm certainly not giving up MFT , not even remotely. But I may settle on a FF/M43 combo and therefore place more value on the compactness of the EM5/PenF/Gx9 size. Or I may just sell out of FF/DSLR's and stay happy with my mirrorless gear. The K1 certainly won't fit in a jacket pocket.......

Some important decisions ahead. But no great rush.

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For those without the exif details , these shots from me have been with the Pentax K1 and the very cheap DA35/2.4 plastic prime. Which in theory is a crop sensor lens, but in reality is based on the old FA35 optics and merely gives a little bit of vignette on the bigger sensor. I actually really like how it renders on this sensor. You often hear "film like" from digital photogs - I don't think it's really film like but this sensor output does feel smoother and less digital.

JPEGs sent to phone, some contrast, shadows lifted and watermark added in Snapseed, posted online.


It's interesting that they're getting some pretty good feedback.

I hadn't bothered with my SLRs for several years, but I'm trying to streamline my camera setups and forced myself to use the Pentax stuff again to make some decisions. This camera is giving me some serious food for thought. It's bulky, but with primes attached not prohibitively so. The IQ from the 36mp sensor is very very nice and that's without even using the Raws. I think it's killed off any need/want for Fuji aps-c. And then, if this becomes my specialised use camera, do I really need the largish G9 ? Or should I down size to the smaller MFT bodies again? I'm certainly not giving up MFT , not even remotely. But I may settle on a FF/M43 combo and therefore place more value on the compactness of the EM5/PenF/Gx9 size. Or I may just sell out of FF/DSLR's and stay happy with my mirrorless gear. The K1 certainly won't fit in a jacket pocket.......

Some important decisions ahead. But no great rush.

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IMHO it's horses for courses.

What do you like to take photos of?

What do you NEED?

I was at nature photo workshop and the instructor had a K1 with a (kit?) zoom. He mainly liked it for the resolution and weather sealing. I thought it was a nice camera with nice ergos and a good deal for what it costs.

But I wouldn't want to carry around any FF camera with big lenses. I like small compact cameras and bodies that are easy to carry with me, which makes it more likely that I'll have the camera with me when the right moment comes.
 

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Oly and Pana are quite rightly lauded for their IBIS, they are remarkable.

But it was interesting to see that Pentax arent that far behind with their stabilised K1. This was a quarter of a second at 75mm, handheld, focus on the rocks foreground right. Pretty good for a 36mp FF sensor, imo. I took a couple of shots of this, with one sharp and the other less so. I have to really concentrate on technique, but it IS four or so stops under the 1/focal length rule. Not as repeatable as my G9 but good nonetheless.

What i forgot to check was my exposure, i was too curious about how slow i could handhold it. So Try to Ignore the blown highlights in the water, lol ! Thats one massive advantage of an evf. With this sensor i could have underexposed by a stop and easily pushed the shadows back up.



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Iso1000 , in camera filter.

One thing I've quickly found is that I don't like 3:2 for portrait orientation and I'm starting to instinctively frame knowing I'll crop to 4:3 in post.


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Handheld jpeg comparison. G9 and K1. Iso1000 , f/4 , 35mm fov. K1 trimmed to 4:3 aspect. Sized to 4000 pixels on the long edge.

K1 obviously less dof. I'd forgotten to remove the curve adjustments on the G9 and you can see clearly the darker blacks. K1 chose 1/3 second, G9 took 1/4 second, so the Pana (assuming iso values are comparable) underexposed by a little.

Not meant to prove anything, I was just interested in how the two would photograph the same scene.


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