What's good and bad about K30

Started Jan 23, 2013 | Discussions thread
essH Contributing Member • Posts: 839
Re: What's good and bad about K30

Bob Corson wrote:

Simon Devlin wrote:

I like the shutter noise, you know you've got a proper camera and you definitely know you have taken a photograph.

Your subjects also know you have finished and can stop smiling or posing and leave. You don't get the 'Did you take one?' question!

The "leave" oart can be a problem if you are trying to get wildlife shots or candid photos of people even . . .they act differently when they know they are being photographed.

That's true for some cameras, but in truth the K-30 is not loud; it's noticeably quieter than some of its Pentax predecessors; it just isn't as near-silent as the K-5, which is unexpectedly restrained for a DSLR.

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