Pentax lenses - I'm very happy with them

Discussion in 'Pentax' started by Dave, Mar 11, 2008.

  1. Dave

    Dave Guest

    I've used SLRs since the '70s and digital cameras since last century.
    I have a Pentax *ist and 4 Pentax lenses - fisheye, ultrawide,
    'standard' and long.

    All four are zoom lenses and are sharp with very little chromatic
    aberration at any focal length or aperture.

    For recent examples:
    <http://www.henniker.org.uk/html/recent.htm>

    For some fisheye pictures:
    <http://www.henniker.org.uk/html/leith16.htm>

    Never again will I mess about with chemicals in the dark!

    Best wishes to all, regards Dave.
    <http://www.henniker.org.uk> 3000 photos especially
    Edinburgh & Scotland. + 3D rendered art, old ads etc.
    Délété david for email; watch the spam filters.
     
    Dave, Mar 11, 2008
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    Zilla Guest

    Nice, which lenses do you have? I just bought a K10D and
    will invest in some lenses soon. I have Tamron lenses that
    I had with my Pentax Zx-5n, and a Sigma that came with
    the K10D.

    Zilla
     
    Zilla, Mar 12, 2008
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  3. Dave

    Dave Guest

    DA 12-24 wide, DA 10-17 fisheye, DA 18-55 'normal', FAJ 75-300.

    Dave.
    <http://www.henniker.org.uk> 3000 photos especially
    Edinburgh & Scotland. + 3D rendered art, old ads etc.
    Délété david for email; watch the spam filters.
     
    Dave, Mar 12, 2008
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    Peter Guest

    Dave,

    Thank you for sharing your images.
    I poked around your site at random. From what I see you have managed to
    convey a real sense of place. Your pleasure in your images comes through.

    Just nitpick (that's in my nature,) if there was a slide show mode I
    probably would have looked at a lot more of your images.
     
    Peter, Mar 12, 2008
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