A walk around the neighborhood, the water reservoir tank park.

Spring! Freshness in the air! Aside from my stupid allergy, I enjoy the spring as long as it’s not raining.  Yep! Seattle rains too much! It’s good to have an early spring this year. Hopefully I can take much more serious cherry blossom photos from University of Washington quad before the cold rain destroy them.

A few cherry blossom trees on my way home from the bus stop.
A few cherry blossom trees on my way home from the bus stop.

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A walk around the neighborhood, the water reservoir tank park.

Pentax DA 21mm Limited on A7 full frame Review I

Late winter, early spring is finally here in Seattle. I intended to test how much my Pentax 21mm is actually providing me. First of all! I understand why the reason Ricoh/Pentax likes to keep themselves in the APS-C market. However, I hate to admit! I really miss a lot of nice Pentax lenses that provides full frame coverage.

IMHO, APS-C lenses are designed to be only use on APS-C cameras. I wouldn’t expect much more than APS-C crop size.  I found out the cropping factors I like the most from shooting an APS-C lens like Pentax DA 21mm Limited to be 25.6mm on a  Full Frame instead of using it as 21mm on APS-C (31.5mm on a Full Frame).

Here are some handheld shots I walk through University Village nearby University of Washington the other night.

Room & Board building
Room & Board building

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