PENTAX K-1 – Review (

“When Pentax announced their new full frame 36mp K-1 body, I was very interested in its potential to act as a backup and sidekick to my main landscape camera, the Pentax 645Z. I was also looking for a high-resolution platform for some focal lengths that are difficult or impossible to achieve with the 645Z – particularly the ultra-wide focal lengths. I have been selling off much of my Canon equipment to fund a greater investment in gear that is optimized for landscape photography, so the K-1 was my next purchase to this end. This is my initial field review after only a few weeks of ownership. I’m not going to get too far into the weeds with the tech specs of this camera or conduct lab-style tests of image quality as I don’t have the time to do that sort of review. I’m going to focus mainly on my experiences using it in the field and the features that make or break it as a landscape photographer’s camera.”


(Impressive) Samples (as supposed to be!)


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