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DSLR 황금기의 명기, 펜탁스 K10D 리뷰(1)

DSLR 황금기의 명기였던 펜탁스 K10D 본체와 그 주변기기를 살펴보는 리뷰
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Pentax K10D Instructional Guide By QuickPro Camera Guides


Paul Gruendler : Great tutorial but we need a time stamped index. I am looking to make video.
everyday tenor : Thanks for this tutorial for this great legacy camera......
CALEY DOCS : This is great cheers
Bing Cherry 6 : No sound further on video round about 31:54
steve dental : I think He passed over the TAv mode to fast and didn't go into how to set it up the way you want it .
This starts at 21:56 in the video instead of just changing either the aperture or the shutter speed if you get a blinking green light you have the choice to set the iso range .

Lets say you don't want to change the shutter speed you picked or you don't want to change the aperture you picked , you want the iso to pick what it needs to get the correct exposure ,that is the main reason for this TAv setting in the first place .

To avoid the blinking green dot go to the iso settings in the camera and set the auto iso range . You can set it from 100 to the max iso setting of 1600 this will give you the most flexibility in your shutter and aperture setting .

For example lets say you have your shutter speed set at 500 and your aperture set at 5.6 you have it set this way because your kids are running up and down the soccer field and you want a depth of field that will let you get more than one player in focus . One end of the field is bright and the other is in the shade . As you move the camera from one end to the other you can watch the iso change to match the lighting to keep the exposure in the middle .

If you set your iso auto range from 100 to 200 iso as you move into the darker part of the field you might get a flashing green light showing your photo is going to be to dark ,so instead of changing one of your aperture or shutter speed setting like the guy in the video is telling you to do you can simply turn up the iso to get a bigger light range .

Change your auto iso range to 100 to 400 iso . Move your camera back and forth across the field into the darkest parts and see if that stops the flashing green light . If it does you know you need to leave your auto iso range at 100 to 400 setting .

Lets say you are still getting a flashing green light when you point the camera in the darkest parts of the field . Go back into the auto iso range setting and give yourself even more range and set it to 100 to 800 . and try it again . If its still flashing set the iso to the full range of 100 to 1600 .

Here is what you need to know about your camera . How high can I set the iso and still get the guilty of photo I can live with . On the k10D with good sun light you can set the iso up to 800 and still get some pretty good non grainy photos . But once you get to 1600 you will see some grainy looking photo . But that is up to you to decide if you like it or not . If you set the iso range up to the max of 1600 and you think the photos look fine then set it to the max and you should never get a green flashing dot .

Lets say you figure out you think that any photo above 400 is to grainy and you want to stick to a 100 to 400 range iso setting but the green light is flashing . If your inside or taking photos of something with in a flash range you can use a flash and this will help keep your exposure with in your setting iso range .

But if your outside by the soccer field and no flash is allowed your going to have to make some aperture or shutter speed adjustments . Your going to have to decide what setting can be changed to get the best photos . If you find you just can't slow down the shutter speed because anything lower will cause the players to be blurry you have a few options you can go with .

1. You can open the aperture one or two stops from 5.6 to 5 or 4.5 this will let in more light and might be enough to keep the exposure in the middle . You will only lose a few feet in the depth of field and you will have to make sure your focusing on your subject .

2. Make sure your shooting in Raw format so you can make better changes in processing . You can leave the setting you have and just have a darker photo and lighten it up in processing on the computer. When shooting in raw you can take a almost to dark photo and lighten it up to a very nice looking photo . You just can't take a over exposed photo and make it darker because the pixels have no colors in them so as long as its to dark you can bring it back to life . Knowing how may marks on the dark side of the meter in the camera yo can get away with a lighten in processing is something you have to figure out for yourself ,so just look at the meter when it starts flashing at you and if its within two or 3 marks of center you will be fine but figure that out for yourself .

3.Once you have bottomed out on the light meter and your opened up the aperture as far as it will go for example your max aperture is 4.0 . You might want to think about getting a different lens that lets you go down to say 2.8 or 2.0 or 1.8 . Usually the lower the number the higher the price tag gets . The lower the number the more light your letting into the sensor the more light you let into the sensor means your meter will stay on the brighter side or closer to the middle . The only thing you lose beside your money is the lower the number say 2.8 not very much is going to be in focus in front of or behind what your aiming at . As long as you can keep your focus on the target your photo will be in focus , maybe not the person next to your kid but at least your kid will be in focus and that's all that matters anyway right lol .

4.Okay things are getting down to the wire now you got a new 70-200 2.8 lens your using it at 2.8 but your light is still flashing . This is not going to happen for outside soccer games but maybe late after noon long distance running in the shades of the trees , The next thing to do is look into a noise reduction program . This will let you go from the 100-400 setting to 100-800 range and hide the graininess and will make the 800 iso photos look usable ,but that is something your going to have to decide for yourself also .

5.The next step to keep your iso at 400 or lower is to keep lowering you aperture lens from 2.8 to 1.8 or lower . I have a sigma 18-35mm 1.8 lens and it lets in a lot of light that allows you to keep the iso below or at 400. I have to crop but at least the photos are not blurry or granny. A good 55mm 1.4 is another good option .

With the newer pentax cameras the TAv mode is even better because you can get granny free photos with the iso range set to 6400 . This makes it possible to use the 4.5 lens again in darker settings . Something its cheaper to get a newer camera with higher iso setting than it is to go out and but the faster 1.4 lens .

I have had the k10D from day one when it hit the stores . Its a great camera even today in 2020 you just have to keep the iso I think in the 400 iso range or less , if you can do that it takes great photos .

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