Brett St Pierre

Brett St Pierre

Lives in Brisbane, Qld
Works as a Finance
Has a website at www.pbase.com/shreder
Joined on Jan 13, 2004

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  • Oh miss my now dead ME Super :( Those days we very different

  • Actually Pentax has the biggest range of APS-C specific lenses. An FF body IS the missing piece however but that would require updating a lot film era lenses

  • Commented on Hands on with the Pentax 645Z article

    Well said Robgo2!!

  • Commented on Hands on with the Pentax 645Z article

    Same as the other digital medium formal the sensor has approx 60% extra surface area over FF sensors. That's quite a bit..

  • Commented on Hands on with the Pentax 645Z article

    He obviously is ignorant of history of medium format / professional photography and Pentax's long history with such classics as the 67.

  • I got an Eye-Fo Mobi a few months for a cycling/camping trip so that I could update my blog using my iPhone everynight. I shot all images on my Pentax DSLR in RAW and at the end of the day then...

  • I got an Eye-Fo Mobi a few months for a cycling/camping trip so that I could update my blog using my iPhone everynight. I shot all images on my Pentax DSLR in RAW (Eye-Fi Mobi doesn't see these)...

  • I got an Eye-Fo Mobi a few months for a cycling/camping trip so that I could update my blog using my iPhone everynight. I shot all images on my Pentax DSLR in RAW (Eye-Fi Mobi doesn't see these)...

  • I got an Eye-Fo Mobi a few months for a cycling/camping trip so that I could update my blog using my iPhone everynight. I shot all images on my Pentax DSLR in RAW (Eye-Fi Mobi doesn't see these)...

  • But importantly I think you need some silver lenses to go with it. Conversely, I bought the DA20-40mm in Silver, the very first Limited I have got in silver (DA15, DA21, FA31, FA43 and FA77 I all ...
  • .. the Super Tak 135mm F2.5 is the one on the right.. a LOT of glass :)
  • Back in the late 80s/early 90s, I had a manual focus K mount Carl Zeiss Jena 28mm F2.8. It was exactly the same as the Sigma 28mm at the time, body etc. looked exactly the same except branding.  I ...
  • Replied in Neither
    I tell you where they come in handy for photography, sharing photos with friends and family and I'm not talking about them viewing on their /your smart phone, I'm talking about getting the photos ...
  • I agree.  The retina display ipad is my preferred method of viewing pretty much all photos now, just it's a bit small. Normal screens are almost impossible to look at after that. I just wish I ...
  • Yes mate, it has been that long! When I started posting here I wasn't even a father and that now our oldest son is only 2 years from high school! You'll see below the photo I took when we met in ...
  • Ah Andrew, I figure mine has paid for itself considering the use it's had and trotted around the globe more than once. As i mention elsewhere it is still in use as my 9 year olds camera and he is ...
  • Hey Tim, long time no speak. That FA24-90 , thanks for the reminder, its at the back of my dehumidifying cabinet -- wonder how it can perform on the K-3?  Now there is a test!
  • Hi Jim, my sentiments entirely. And very sad about Richard Day. You might remember I met with him and a number of other forum members in Paris (and Provence) in 2006. It was great to spend a ...
  • Hi James, nice to see the old names popping and I well remember your ode to your *istD.  It's the only one that I kept too when I traded up. These days my 9 year old is using it as his camera with ...
  • Replied in Lenses
    LOL Rod. I got the DA20-40  in silver, to be different from the rest of my lenses but my wife spotted it on it's very first outing; "I didn't know you has a silver lens - where did that come from ...
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