Triplet Perar

Triplet Perar

Joined on Jul 11, 2016

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  • You don't know what to look for.

  • Yuck! This is exactly what NOT to do — Medium Format is about lenses, not sensor size nor noise. Medium Format Lenses, yes lenses !, and their quality and geometry, give that distinctive look and...

  • R lenses aRe legendaRy! Love theiR RendeRing.

  • This lens is all personality! Fantastic stuff, truly unique rendering, and images bursting with life.

  • Scenes with forests from a mid-range distance are often incredibly complex. B&W surely works in a complicated scene, but sometimes, even more unusual, graphic or painterly treatment may work, ...
  • Those two lenses, DA21 and DA40, are enough for everything regarding travel and artistic flair. They are also smallest of Limited lenses, perfectly fitting the petite KP. 20-40 zoom is fine too, ...
  • Commented on article Pentax KP sample gallery

    "would anyone buy Pentax for video though?"

    Would anyone buy Nikon, Canon or Panasonic for photography?
    I wouldn't.

  • Commented on article Pentax KP sample gallery

    No one *ever* complained when the Nikon D500 came out with ISO 1,600,000, although KP's ISO of 800K, looks ways better than D500's ISO of 400K.
    But folks complain about .. Pentax .. (!?!) .. for...

  • Commented on article Pentax KP sample gallery

    No one *ever* complained when Nikon D500 came with ISO 1,600,000, although KP's ISO of 800K, looks ways better than D500's ISO of 400K.
    But folks complain about .. Pentax (!?!) .. for "resorting to...

  • When in doubt, go B&W. B&W will work most of the time, and infuse the image with mystery that calls to be unveiled.
  • Super high ISO is welcome, and is not useless nor awful. What do they think, what investigative forces used during the film era? Super-hi ASA film, pushed several stops. One example, how fast films ...
  • I think Ricoh had figured out that they cannot afford constant  depreciation of the crop flagship, only because they have no middle-range crop camera, but only two models. In the old two-model ...
  • Commented on article Fujifilm X100F Review

    Actually, I felt same every time I bought Fujifilm camera — that I have totally wasted money on a half-baked product, that does not deliver or perform as well. So I spared myself years of...

  • You see, KP has no number in its name. KP is not KP5600 or KP800. If it had 5600 or 800 in its name, the review would be there, visible in the right column of this website. But thank goodness DPR ...
  • Commented on article Fujifilm X100F Review

    Even in its first iteration, Leica Q blows X100F (4th iteration from X100) out of water, in all respects. Four chances took Fujifilm to get it there, and still their product can't compare to Leica...

  • Nikon already has everything you specified in its D500. Buy it and have fun, or, have new set of regrets. A cinch is that you, or anyone for that matter, who constantly looks above the viewfinder, ...
  • I thought it was up to 3.5 stops in practice. Or was that K3? The KP has all new SR assembly for the crop, 5-axis, 5 stops. No other crop DSLR ever had that. I think it is problem of our times — to ...
  • To be at its best, and to be forgiving enough, a 24 MP crop sensor needs some serious shake reduction. Neither K3 nor K70 offer what comes in the KP — a technology tailor-made for hi-res imagers ...
  • I do not understand — what is at stake here — the TRUTH about a product, which was NEVER reflected upon, or the whim and prejudice of a salesperson, as to a possible result of too much effort to ...
  • Exactly. And that will happen because they allowed two amateurs to make a flip-flop video about a camera they did not bother to assess, nor categorise accordingly.
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