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Old Nov 21, 2010, 8:28 AM   #11
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Great shots and examples of the high ISO capabilities of the K5. Having just purchased the K7 last year I will have to wait a year or two before moving up.
Patients is a virtue, but I dislike her.

Not owning any fast glass beyond the 50mm 1.7, being able to take low light shots at high ISO would be a real benefit to me.

I'm envious!!!


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Old Nov 21, 2010, 8:33 AM   #12
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#9 is my favorite. it has less of the background distraction than some of the others, and i like the lighting on it, the contrast between the darker clouds and the bright reflection. very nice.
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Great shots and examples of the high ISO capabilities of the K5. Having just purchased the K7 last year I will have to wait a year or two before moving up.
Patients is a virtue, but I dislike her.

Not owning any fast glass beyond the 50mm 1.7, being able to take low light shots at high ISO would be a real benefit to me.

I'm envious!!!


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Thanks Lou,

I did that just with the K-7, having got the k20 to close to the appearance of the K-7.
Was always envious about how much better the autofocus and interface was.
And skipping one version isn't that bad, only ... I hate it to
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Old Nov 21, 2010, 9:44 AM   #14
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#9 is my favorite. it has less of the background distraction than some of the others, and i like the lighting on it, the contrast between the darker clouds and the bright reflection. very nice.
Thanks Vole
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Fascinating series - all are great captures of the mood & action, and just right lighting! For some reason #1 draws my attention the most...

Keep on enjoying that new camera & sharing your great results!
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