Pentax K-3 Field Test
Pentax K-3 Field Tests
Pentax K-3 Field Test Part I
When I first heard news of the Pentax K-3, I was thrilled. There's a lot I love about my K-5, but there are areas in which I wanted to see the company make some improvements -- especially autofocus -- and with the K-3, it seems to have done so. As well as the new AF system, I also found the prospect of better metering, dual flash card slots, a better and wider-aspect LCD monitor, and a brighter viewfinder to be particularly appealing. And the promise of greater all-around performance doesn't hurt, either.
Check out my initial impressions of the K-3.
Pentax K-3 Field Test Part II
Time for some more exciting glass!
With a consumer camera, the kit lens might very well be the only lens you'll shoot with, but that's almost certainly not the case with an enthusiast SLR like the Pentax K-3, though. For that reason, I was keen to get out and shoot with some of my nicer lenses. Sadly, I didn't have duplicates of these, so shooting side by side with these meant an exceptional amount of switching lenses between bodies.
Check out how the K-3 handled some classic Pentax lenses!
Pentax K-3 Field Test Part III
Off to the races!
Check out how the K-3 AF performed at the go-cart track!
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