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  • Untitled by petra16

    It looks like a harebell to me.

    • 24 Jul 2007 10:01PM
  • Morning at Ramsbottom by lsauld

    At first glance it does look like a sepia image, but looking again you see the really nice subtle colours.

    • 9 Mar 2005 11:47AM
  • Erg Chebbi Big Climb by matthew wright

    Great colours. Simple, but dramatic composition.
    • 9 Mar 2005 11:16AM
  • trees by imjam

    Very nice. Well spotted, and good composition.
    • 9 Mar 2005 11:28AM
  • Rainbow over Grasmere by spt

    Yes, I knew at the time that I wasn't in the ideal location, but the rainbow didn't stay bright for long. I might experiment with making the vehicles a bit less intrusive.
    • 21 Nov 2004 4:27AM
  • Branch reflected by scragend

    A beautifully peaceful shot. I like the almost abstract nature of the picture.
    • 21 Nov 2004 3:42AM
  • Big Dune - Moroccan Sahara by matthew wright

    Really nice. I've just seen this after looking at your latest upload. I liked that, but I like this even more
    • 9 Mar 2005 12:00PM
  • Pentax MX shutter

    That's good. At the moment the MX seems to be behaving itself, but if I do decide to get it serviced then I might well make use of them. That cost sounds pretty reasonabl...
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  • Darkroom chemicals by mail order

    Nova Darkroom don't require a minimum order but P&P is 5. This price is regardless of the size of the order so it might be worth getting a couple of bottles or maybe so...
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  • Hitech / Cokin ND grads

    "SRB Filters sell a wallet for about 5 that holds 8 P-size filters (you'll need to open the PDF price list as the HTML link doesn't work)." Thanks for mention...
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  • Distortion in Tamron 28mm f/2.5 lens?

    Yep, the sideways stretching of elements near the edge of the frame is what I mean. The effect is obviously more pronounced at closer distances, but does still happen fur...
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  • Posted on: Budget group

    All of Pentax's lenses designed for digital are labelled as DA, so the original K100D (and earlier models) can use these. The new SDM (supersonic drive motor) lenses are labelled as DA*. These will be faster on an SDM supporting body (K10D or K100D super). They can also be used on the older camera bodies, but won't benefit from the faster focusing.

    Also, you can use the camera meter with old Pentax-K fitting lenses, but only in manual exposure mode. It's not as convenient as using a more modern lens, but you don't need to use a hand held meter.

    I went for the original K100D, since I didn't feel that the faster autofocus was worth the extra cost (this will depend on what you plan to use it for), and I'm very happy with it.
    • 12 Sep 2007 3:51PM

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