Msroberts

Lives in United States Boston, MA, United States
Joined on Jul 16, 2006

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  • I recently posted this on the PDML and I'm re-posting it here for those who may be interested. I've never seen an L-bracket made specifically for the K-1 but I've tried a few generic brackets that ...
  • Yeah, the FA-J isn't going to win any image quality contests with Pentax primes or DA zooms. But stop it down to f/8 or so and it's surprisingly good. I'm not surprised about getting mixed reviews ...
  • I just remembered that you're looking for a lens that can be used with film, therefore full-frame, so the DA 14 and DA 12-24 can be eliminated. But here's one everyone has forgotten: The FA-J ...
  • I'd forgotten the DA 14mm f/2.8 — I've never tried one but it has a good reputation. But if you're willing to eschew prime lens purism I can highly recommend the DA 12-24/4.0! It's not that ...
  • Ringo is quite a good photographer. He's published a book of hie work: https://www.shutterbug.com/content/photography-ringo-starr-capturing-world-beatles-ultimate-insider
  • UV filters are the work of the devil ;-) You might want to scour eBay for the cheapest polarizer you can find, remove the glass from it and mount the tulip hood on that. You'll have to manually ...
  • Looks like they're reaping what they sow. They're filing for bankruptcy. https://petapixel.com/2018/04/23/dxo-labs-in-receivership-bankruptcy-case-opened-report/
  • Pentax made several wider-than-28mm lenses for film-era cameras. I have the FA*24/2.0 and the FA 20/2.8 and both are superb on the K-1. For an APS-C camera you'll probably want 20mm or wider. The ...
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