That could be it, P. J. Good call!
Am still waiting for an opinion re
the "H" shutter speed(?)
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> On Apr 9, 2018, at 11:58 AM, P. J. Alling <webstertwenty...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I think that the reason the K3 sells for more than the K3II is the pop up
> flash. It can be very convenient, and while GPS which replaces it would be
> very useful in a number of applications, it really isn't that important in
> most shooting situations, whereas when you need a little extra light, you
> definitely need a little extra light. In most every other way the K3II looks
> like the superior body.
> Modern lubricants shouldn't be causing the the erratic behavior in drive
> speed, which is what used to be what causes cameras sitting in boxes to
> stiffen up over time. If it did you'd probably also notice serious exposure
> problems. I expect something else is happening.
> Silly question, did you upgrade the "new" cameras to the latest firmware?
>> On 4/9/2018 11:05 AM, Jack Davis wrote:
>> Anyone using the Pentax K3ll? Have you used "H" burst rate setting in AFC?
>> If so, what do you think of the
>> frame rate. Sluggish and irregular or aggressive and crisp?
>> I regularly use TAv setting with a 2000 to 2500 shutter and, of course, Auto
>> ISO. I just wore out my K3 and
>> am attempting to replace it with another. I've received two replacement
>> K3's. Returned the initial replacement
>> due to a sluggish and slow AFC frame rate and am now considering doing the
>> same with it's replacement.
>> I see the date 2013 in the K3 literature and can imagine their getting old
>> and stiff for having sat around in
>> boxes for 4 or 5 years.
>> I see the K3 is priced slightly higher than the newer K3ll. Obviously
>> wondering why that is.
>> My question is, have you used the described high speed shutter setting and
>> care to let me know what you think
>> about it.
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