Sunset in Kruger

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What you're experiencing is called spherochromatism. As described in this LensRentals blog post, spherochromatism is basically spherical aberration that varies with the light wavelength. This results in chromatic aberration that gets worse the farther away you get from the plane of focus. I wouldn't worry about it. This is normal for an inexpensive fast ...


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I have a K-3 with both the "FLUCARD PRO 16 GB O-FC1" and a "SanDisk Extreme" Class 10 80MB/s 32 GB. The SanDisk stores images about twice as fast as my FluCard. I've figured this with the following test: Erase the memory cards. Set the K-3 to manual exposure, 1/500th, Motor Drive H (9 shots/s). Hold down the shutter for as long as the camera takes ...



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