bongmanayon at gmail.com
Mon Oct 12 06:53:30 EDT 2009
I don't own a K2000 but I did get a chance to test/review one c/o the
local dealer months ago when it was released. Think K10D and
jpegs...it also gets bad rep when straight out of the cam. Since the
K2000 is basically the K10D shrunk down in size it somehow suffers to
a degree the same problem, but since I shoot raw all the time so that
is never an issue for me.
Yup, it would be a perfect upgrade to the DL (of course, if you shoot
jpeg, you might want to think about shooting RAW).
On Mon, Oct 12, 2009 at 2:07 PM, Dennis Gibson <wb6tnb at cox.net> wrote:
> After a small tumble my beloved *ist DL won't power up any more. I can get a
> refurb for $300.00, or a new K100D Super for a bit more but I think possibly
> an upgrade to a K2000 is in order. It's all I can afford.
> I've read the reviews, mostly positive. It's strange how most loved the
> image quality whereas a few said the jpegs straight out of the camera were
> pretty dreadful. Hopefully that's not sample to sample variation.
> What say you K2000 owners out there? What are the pros and cons of the
> K2000? Is it a step up from a *ist DL, which was my first autofocus SLR?
> None of the reviews had anything bad to say about that the image
> stabilization so it must be OK.
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