PopPhoto Review of the K7
rf.sullivan at gmail.com
Wed Oct 21 19:09:26 EDT 2009
To add to this thought...
The perfect camera with perfect features is a '80's thing.
At the speed we introduce new equipment today,
you should buy what you need TODAY and let tomorrow sort itself out.
Regards, Bob S.
On Wed, Oct 21, 2009 at 5:16 PM, eckinator <eckinator at gmail.com> wrote:
> they do have a point. what they overlook though is that not everyone
> needs every feature theoretically available for inclusion in the
> perfect camera... there was no af or advanced metering when I started
> out and some of the shots I took back then are definitely keepers
> still by my today's standards
> 2009/10/21 David J Brooks <pentkon52 at gmail.com>:
>> Sounds like the standard Pentax review, we like it, but.........
>> On Wed, Oct 21, 2009 at 3:04 PM, Larry Levy <larrylevy at sprintmail.com> wrote:
>>> Here's the URL for the PopPhoto review of the K7:
>>> Please note the date the site claims Philip Ryan posted the review -
>>> November 15, 2008. I guess someones been playing with the way-back machine
>>> The conclusion:
>>> "Ultimately, the Pentax K-7 lands in an odd place in the DSLR world. Its got
>>> some high-end features, particularly its tough build and terrific
>>> viewfinder. But, its sluggish AF in low light and otherwise middling test
>>> results don't scream "Buy me!" If you've got Pentax lenses already, the K-7
>>> is a highly competent camera that will let you build on what you have. But,
>>> if you're an experienced photographer who's starting a DSLR outfit from
>>> scratch, you can get more bang for your buck elsewhere."
>>> Gosh, I miss Bert K.
>>> Larry in Dallas
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