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Sat Jan 4 14:26:22 EST 2020
I put about 20 kiloclicks on my K10D before I passed it along to my son about 8 years ago. He’s still using it. In good light, that sensor renders things beautifully; even more nicely than my K-5, I think. Things got a bit crunchy by ISO 1200 or so, though.
> On Jan 3, 2020, at 4:29 PM, Scott Loveless <sdloveless at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Wed, Jan 1, 2020 at 4:20 PM Scott Loveless <sdloveless at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Also, I may have purchased a slightly obsolete DSLR. Should be here
>> Friday. Full write-up after.
> Well, maybe not a full write-up, but a "hey, this thing arrived at my
> house" write-up. KEH had an EX K10D for less than a Benjamin, so I
> figured "why not? How bad could it be?" I'll tell you.
> It looks and feels nearly new. There is no noticeable wear on the
> exterior. I can't even tell that it was ever mounted to a tripod.
> Shutter was at 19547. Yes, it's old. But it was pretty slick back in
> 2006 and I'm certainly not a better photographer now than I was then,
> so I'm not expecting to outgrow it.
> Pictures to come. You've been warned.
> Scott "superannuated" Loveless
> Camp Hill, PA USA
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