These pics suggest this lens is really good and with max aperture of f/1.8 fast enough for most APS-C shooters.
Cool and clever combination of human interest in a natural environment.
Poetry in motion
This is really top drawer.
Can we willingly accept the word of thieves who say 10 or less clients saw this stolen photo? Small issue I realise but probably the thin end of the stolen wedge.
Agree very much with Scorehound's comments. In addition, I have handled both the 6D and the D600 and my money [when I get it gathered up!] will be for the 6D. For me it just handles better and since I have not yet got a FF camera, this will be my choice. I see this as a no frills or less frills camera that opens the gateway to FF photography. Apart from hugh difference in cost compared to the 5D III, it is a lighter camera and therefore more suited both to my budget and requirements. A built in flash would have been nice but its absence is not a concern.
NJHr: This camera is currently the bargain of the century here in the UK. The price has dropped down to £319 with the £50 cash back promotion running. I am buying as soon as I have some cash, hello Pentax you got yourself a new customer. I am sure you will make back the money on the limited pancakes I will undoubtedly buy.
I have seriously thought about buying the 18-135 lens and have read some really good stuff about its build quality and optical performance and it has WR. While WR is an asset it is not something I am overly concerned about. I think a better matching zoom is the new Sigma 18-250 that looks impressive and would have my vote.
mckracken88: This camera has noise levels ALMOST on par with the D600 and in body shake reduction, great image quality and it only gets a SILVER award mostly because of video focus?
I agree with what has been said, there needs to be a seperate VIDEO category.Personally I dont care about making movies, and i bet most here do not.
Agree - buy a video camera if you want one.
Proves there is always the potential for good pics with modestly specified cameras. I suspect most of us interested in photos concentrate too much on hardware and not the capture. Modern cameras are for the most part high quality and the outcome depends largely on the user.
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