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PROS: CONCLUSION: While I would normally suggest upgrading the standard kit lenses from Canikon, Pentax has done an excellent job with their SMCP-DA 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 AL and this gussied up DA* lens only helps to prove that point.
Had I bought this lens myself I would have sent it back after the first day and put my money to better use.
The CDK (Corrected Dall-Kirkham) Optical Design is an innovative solution for unsurpassed astroimaging quality at an affordable price.
The CDK telescope design provides excellent imaging with large format CCD cameras while remaining superb for visual use.
They feature very high quality construction, weather sealing, silent ultrasonic focus motors (SDM), and Pentax’s best SMC coatings (SP) to date. Instead, I’m just going to cover my observations during real world everyday use.
Retailing at close to 0 this lens seems like it should be a huge step up from the kit lens. Keep in mind that I do have a unique perspective here so take my opinions with an appropriate grain of salt. Feel free to read on for a more in-depth look at how I formulated my opinions.
able to handle more than the scant few fields it currently supports, there would be no need for this plugin, but it doesn't, so here we are.
As it is, this plugin lets you inspect and group photos via number of criteria, from the mundane (“group by copyright name”) to the esoteric (“group by geoencoded hemispheres”) to the particular (“group by amount of Clarity applied in Develop”) to the advanced (“group by camera-calibration profile”).
The CDK14 covers a 70 mm field of view without any field curvature, off-axis coma, or astigmatism.
There is no standard order of importance here as all of these issues carry different weight depending on the intended application of the lens in question.