Quick K20D question


Gwyn

Link Posted 27/07/2008 - 13:51
A simple question for you lucky K20D owners. Can you do a double exposure with the K20D like you can with the K10D?

golfdiesel

Link Posted 27/07/2008 - 15:18
short anwser: Yes you can.
Camera:K20D|Ist*DS|Spotmatic II|MZ-10
Pentax Lenses: DA16-45|DA50-200|50A 1.7
Tamron Lenses: 28-200
Takumar Lenses: SMC 55 1.8
Sigma Lenses: EX DG 50-500 'Bigma'|EX 50mm Macro
Flashes: Metz 58 AF-1|Samsung SEF-36PZF|Pentax AF-220T

golfdiesel

Link Posted 27/07/2008 - 15:20
longer anwser:
You can select between 2 and 9 exposures.
It allso has the option to auto adjust the exposure compensation based on the number of exposures you are going to make.

The question I have is what is it usefull for when we have all the power in the image editing software.
Camera:K20D|Ist*DS|Spotmatic II|MZ-10
Pentax Lenses: DA16-45|DA50-200|50A 1.7
Tamron Lenses: 28-200
Takumar Lenses: SMC 55 1.8
Sigma Lenses: EX DG 50-500 'Bigma'|EX 50mm Macro
Flashes: Metz 58 AF-1|Samsung SEF-36PZF|Pentax AF-220T

hefty1

Link Posted 27/07/2008 - 16:43
golfdiesel wrote:

The question I have is what is it usefull for when we have all the power in the image editing software.

We had this discussion again recently - I for one love the multi-exposure feature and use it quite a bit; to achieve the same using software in PP would take forever and still wouldn't give as good results.
Joining the Q

Gwyn

Link Posted 27/07/2008 - 22:22
Thanks everyone. Not sure I would use it, but it seems a fun thing to have, and for some things much better than I, at any rate, could achieve with Elements.
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