Cat caught two mice last night, I free'd one at about 11pm and she found another one at mid-night which I was to tired to do anything about (in typical cat fashion she released it in the lounge). Found it when I got home from work this afternoon and managed to free it from under the couch. Cat still thinks its somewhere in the house...
Taken in 2017 with 10 year old Nikon D5100 and kit lens 18-105mm f/3.5-5.6. Honestly nothing other than IQ can beats the images from MFT systems as far as I can tell from the posts on this site.
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Dong-Cuan Red Earth - a hot scenery spot since 2010, approx 170km NE of Kunmin (the capital city of Yunnan Province of China). Naturally the earth of that area is rust-red due to enrichment of the ferric oxide, and the terraced fields are mostly for cultivation of the rape flowers and lavenders. In fall the red earth is exposed after yearly harvesting, in addition with the remaining flowers, making the aerial view spectacular. The place now is well known as "God's palette".
K-01 speed is still soooooo slow and it appears to have developed the wierd shutter issue the K-30 is known for. Fingers x-ed its just intermittant. The 15mm f4 continues to impress - pretty sharp close up, and I mean very very close.
Giving the Pentax K-7 some exercise with the 50mm f1.8 DA - the camera has some quirks but it takes great images, is very responsive and feels great in the hand. Anyone looking for a cheap way to dip into the K-mount could do worse than checking out a K-7.