Pentax K-30 Digital SLR Camera with 18-135 WR (Weather Resistant) DA Lens, 16.3MP, 1080p HD Video, 3.0" LCD, Black

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About Pentax K-30

Thanks to the K-30, for the first time in a long time location doesn't matter. Whether it's a sandy day at the beach or a trek into the wet rainforests of Belize, the K-30 is the ideal DSLR camera to capture your memories regardless of your location or the elements you face. Its weather sealed body and intuitive ergonomics give you the flexibility and comfortability to shoot what you want, when you want and where you want.

Engineered for active outdoor lifestyles K-30 combines a compact, lightweight body with many advanced features found only in higher end DSLR camera models, such as a weather, dust and cold resistant body, a glass prism optical finder with 100% field of view, state-of-the-art autofocusing, and full HD video recording capabilities. Every seam, every button, every hinge has been weather sealed for adventure-proof creative photography.

In addition to its versatile weather-proof capabilities, the new K-30 offers features including high-speed burst shooting at a maximum speed of six images per second, a high-speed shutter unit with a top speed of 1/6000 second, and convenient dual electronic dials for quick, fingertip access to exposure control and several Auto Picture and scene modes. Coupled with an ergonomic grip that provides firm, comfortable control of the camera, and a sporty, functional design, the K-30 assures dependable, flawless performancein the field.

The Pentax K-30 is commonly used for Landscape/scenery, Travel and more.One reason why the Pentax K-30 is popular is because of its Easy to use

Summary of Customer Reviews

Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
Pros:
Easy to use (10),Fast / accurate auto-focus (8),Good image quality (7),High ISO performance (7),Image stabilization (7),Fast shutter speed (5),Large clear LCD (4)
Best Uses:
Landscape/scenery (9),Travel (9),Family photos (8),Low light (6),Weddings (6),Sports/action (5),Wildlife (4)
Reviewer Profile:
Photo enthusiast (6),Casual photographer (3)

Pentax K-30 Features

  • Weather resistant design: Featuring 81 seals set in its compact, lightweight, portable body, the K-30 is built to be weather, dust and cold resistant with proven functionality in sub-freezing temperatures as low as 14°F (-10°C).
  • Optimized for travel and outdoor photography: K-30 exterior has been designed to be both sporty and functional for active outdoor photographers. A large grip provides a firm, secure hold of the camera; a low-profile pentaprism housing for reduced height; and a rounded, soft-rubber casing for a solid grip of the of the camera during vertical shoots.
  • Newly developed SAFOX IXi+ Autofocus (AF) module: The K-30 features the new state-of-the-art SAFOX IXi+ AF sensor module, which assures responsive, high-precision autofocus operation by incorporating a diffraction lens to minimize chromatic aberration in accordance to the characteristics of each each individual lens.
  • Dedicated AF sensor: Additionally, 9 of its 11 focus points have cross-type sensors to capture subjects in sharp focus, while a spotbeam assists the AF system during low light situations. The K-30's AF algorithm has also been upgraded in all areas for for efficiency and accuracy.
  • Expanded area AF function: A new expanded area AF function allows the sensor module to continue to track a moving subject in AF select mode, even when it moves out of a pre-assigned auto-tracking area, by assessing distance data collected by neighboring focus sensors. This greatly improves the accuracy and speed of moving objects detection.
  • High resolution, low noise: The K-30 incorporates the latest 16 megapixel APS-C sized CMOS image sensor with a large image-capturing area measuring 23.7mm by 15.7mm. It assures high speed image data readout to deliver super high resolution, rich gradation digital images with approximately 16.28 effective megapixels.
  • PENTAX "PRIME M" imaging engine: enables outstanding full 1080p HD movie clips (1920x1080 pixels at 30 fps), in addition to outstanding still image capture processing. The camera also minimizes luminance noise at low sensitivities, while offering a wide sensitivity range between ISO 100 and ISO 12800 (ISO 25600 maximum via a custom function).
  • Optical finder with 100% FOV: Despite its compact body, which is smaller and lighter than traditional mid level DSLR camera models, the K-30 comes equipped with a glass pentaprism finder featuring a 100% field of view and approximately 0.92X maximum magnification (with a 50mm f/1.4 lens at infinity) to cover the entire field of view.
  • View in bright sunlight: Since its viewfinder delivers a clear view of the subject even in the brightest sunshine while also eliminating parallax, the K-30 responds efficiently and reliably to demanding applications and subjects, such as landscapes requiring delicate framing, and sports scenes where the timing of shutter release is critical.
  • Works with focusing screens: K-30 accepts interchangeable PENTAX Natural-Bright-Matte III focusing screens to facilitate manual focusing operation. Optional focus screens include cross-lined and scale types, to accommodate more specialized applications.
  • High-speed burst shooting at 6 ips: When photographing sporting events, concerts or wildlife, the K-30's high-speed burst shooting function comes in handy, allowing the photographer to capture active, fast moving subjects in a series of images at a maximum speed of approximately 6 frames per second (in JPEG format).
  • Advanced Live View shooting: The PENTAX K-30 features full HD video recording to capture high quality movie clips in 1080p resolution (1920x1080 pixels). The efficient h.264 compression format offers a choice of frame rates (30, 25 or24 frames per second) at 1080p, or up to 60 FPS at 720p, to accommodate user specific applications.
  • Flexible recording options: Video recording options are flexible, allowing the photographer to select aperture or shutter exposure control, while PENTAX Shake Reduction helps stabilize captured video. Users may add creative artistic effects to clips using various Custom Image modes or record a series of clips with Interval Movie Shooting mode.
  • User friendly Auto Picture and Scene modes: The K-30 features the PENTAX-original Auto Picture mode, which analyzes a scene then auto selects the most appropriate mode from Portrait, Landscape, Macro and others. This allows the photographer to concentrate on image composition and other while leaving more technical settings to the K-30.
  • PENTAX Shake Reduction (SR) mechanism: The PENTAX K-30 incorporates the PENTAX-developed SR mechanism, which effectively reduces blur due to camera shake by approximately four shutter steps. Usable with all PENTAX compatible lenses, including those produced for film format SLR cameras, this mechanism produces sharp, blur free images.
  • Image assist functions: The K-30's SR system also offers an Automatic Horizon Correction functionto assure precision framing of horizontal alignment, a Composition Adjustment function to allow minute adjustments of image alignment horizontally/vertically/axially and an ASTROTRACER mode to eliminate light trails during astronomical photography.
  • Creative processing: The K-30 features a Custom Image function, which allows quick selection the desired finishing touch for a particular image. Choose from 11 custom settings including Bleach Bypass that creates a dramatic visual effect similar to that used in motion pictures. and Cross Process for producing fanciful, dramatic colors.
  • Choice of two power sources: in addition to the included lithium ion battery capable of capturing approximately 480 images with a single charge, the K-30 can also be powered by four AA-size batteries using the optional D-BH109 AA Battery Holder.
  • Large, wide angle viewable 3-inch LCD monitor with approximately 921,000 dots of resolution
  • 77 segment multi-pattern metering system for accurate light measurement
  • DR (Dust Removal) mechanism to shake dust off from the surface of the CMOS image sensor
  • PENTAX-designed Hyper control system to assure fast and flexible response to the photographer's creative intentions
  • Dynamic range expansion function to compensate for blown out (overexposed) and muddy (underexposed) areas of an image
  • Retrieve and save RAW data from buffer memory for a just-recorded JPEG image
  • RAW/Fx multi-function button for on-the-fly switching of image file formats, as well as for assignment and instant recall of other specific functions
  • SILKYPIX Developer Studio 3.0 for PENTAX (RAW processing engine developed by Ichikawa Soft Laboratory) included

Pentax K-30 Specifications

Sensor
Type: CMOS w/primary color filter, integrated Shake/Dust Reduction sensor movement system
Size: 23.7 x 15.7mm (APS-C)
Color depth: 8 bits/channel JPG, 12 bits/channel RAW
Effective pixels (total pixels): 16.3 MP (16.5 MP)
Dust Removal: Sensor movement w SP coating on low pass filter
Pixel mapping: Yes
Image Stabilization (Shake Reduction)
Type: Sensor-shift SR
Lens Mount
Type/construction: PENTAX KAF2 bayonet stainless steel mount
Usable lenses: PENTAX KAF3, KAF2, KAF, and KA (K mount, 35mm screwmount, 645/67 med format lenses useable w adapter and/or restrictions)
SDM function: Yes
Power zoom function: n/a
Focus System
Type: SAFOX IXi+ TTL phase-detection 11 point (9 cross) wide autofocus system w light wavelength sensor and diffraction lens
Sensitivity range: EV -1 to 18 (ISO 100)
Focus modes: AF.A (auto), AF.S (single, w focus lock, focus/shutter priority selectable), AF.C (continuous, w focus/FPS priority selectable), Manual Focus point
Metering System
Type: TTL open aperture 77 segment metering
Sensitivity range: EV 0 to 22 (ISO 100, 50mm F1.4)
Metering patterns: (multi, center, spot): Multi 77, Center, Spot
Exposure compensation: +/- 5 EV (1/3 and 1/2 steps)
Exposure lock: Yes
Exposure bracketing: 3 frames
Shutter
Type: Electronically controlled, vertical-run, focal plane shutter
Shutter speed: 1/6000 to 30 sec (1/3 or 1/2 steps), Bulb
Viewfinder
Type: Pentaprism
Coverage (field of view): 100%
Magnification: 0.92X (w 50mm F1.4 at infinity)
Standard focusing screen: Natural-Bright-Matte III (interchangeable)
Diopter adjustment: -2.5m to 1.5m
Depth of field preview: Optical (diaphragm stop-down), digital
LCD Monitor
Type: 3.0" TFT color LCD w brightness/color adjustment
Resolution: 921,000 dots
Wide angle viewable: Yes
Live View
Type: TTL by CMOS image sensor
Field Of View: 100%
Display Modes: Magnification (2-6X), Grid Overlay (4x4, Golden Ratio, Scale), Bright/Dark Indication, Histogram
Autofocus: Contrast detection AF (face detection, tracking, select, spot)
Built-in Flash
Type: Retractable P-TTL popup flash
Guide number: 12m (ISO 100)
Coverage: 28mm wide angle equivalent
Flash modes: On, Redeye, Slow Sync, Slow Sync + Redeye, Trailing Curtain Sync, Wireless
Flash exposure compensation: -2 to 1 EV
External Flash
Type: Hotshoe (P-TTL), high speed sync and wireless w PENTAX dedicated flash
Synchronization speed: 1/180 sec
Storage Media
Internal memory: n/a
Removable memory: SD, SDHC, SDXC
Interfaces
Ports: USB 2.0 hi-speed, AV out, cable switch
Video out: NTSC, PAL
Microphone: Built-in monaural
Power Supply
Power source: Rechargeable Li-Ion battery D-LI109 (included), AA battery holder D-BH109 for 4 AA batteries (sold separately)
Recordable images: Li-Ion approx 480 (410 w 50% flash, CIPA)
Playback time: Li-Ion approx 270 min
Movie recording time: 25 min max time per clip
AC adapter available: Yes (sold separately)
Image File
Recorded resolutions: 16M (4928x3264), 12M (4224x2816), 8M (3456x2304), 5M (2688x1792)
Quality levels: Best, Better, Good
File formats: RAW (DNG), JPG (EXIF 2.3), DCF 2.0 compliant, DPOF, PIM III
Color space: sRGB, AdobeRGB
ISO Sensitivity
Auto: 100-12800 (1/1, 1/2, 1/3 steps), expandable to 100-25600, auto range selectable
Manual: 100-12800 (1/1, 1/2, 1/3 steps), expandable to 100-25600
White Balance
Type: Image sensor detection w light wavelength sensor assist
Auto preset modes: Auto, Daylight, Shade, Cloudy, Fluorescent (D, N, W, L), Tungsten, Flash, CTE
Manual mode(s): 3 manual and 3 Kelvin temperature presets, copy WB settings from a captured image available
WB fine adjustment: +/- 7 steps A-B axis or G-M axis
Capture Modes
Mode selection: Hyper Program (P), Sensitivity Priority (Sv), Shutter Priority (Tv), Aperture Priority (Av), Shutter & Aperture Priority (TAv), Hyper Manual (M), Bulb (B), User (U1, U2), Scene (SCN), Auto Picture (AUTO), Movie

Auto Picture modes: Standard, Portrait, Landscape, Macro, Moving Object, Night Scene Portrait, Night Scene, Blue Sky, Forest
Picture Modes
Scene modes: Portrait, Landscape, Macro, Moving Object, Night Scene Portrait, Sunset, Blue Sky, Forest, Night Scene, Night Scene HDR (JPG), Night Snap, Food, Pet, Kids, Surf & Snow, Backlight Silhouette, Candlelight, Stage Lighting, Museum

Custom Image modes: Bright, Natural, Portrait, Landscape, Vibrant, Radiant, Muted, Bleach Bypass, Reversal Film, Monochrome, Cross Processing
Shooting Modes
Green simplified mode available: n/a
Face detection available: Yes
PASMB: P, A, S, M, B (extended modes Sv, TAv)
Date stamp: n/a
Digital filters (capture): Extract Color, Toy Camera, Retro, High Contrast, Shading, Invert Color, Color
Dynamic range adjustment: Highlight, shadow
Digital level: Viewfinder (horizontal), LCD (horizontal, vertical), SR auto-level function File/Folder customization: Folder name (standard, date), embed copyright
Drive Modes
Mode selection: Single, Continuous (Hi, Lo), Self-Timer (12s, 2s), Remote (0s, 3s), Auto Bracketing (3 frames)

Continuous FPS
- Continuous Hi: Approx 6.0 FPS (30 JPG, 8 RAW)
- Continuous Lo: Approx 3.0 FPS (unlimited JPG, 10 RAW)

Multi-exposure: 2-9 shots, auto exposure adjustment
Interval: 999 shots, 3 sec to 24 hr interval, time delay
HDR: Auto, HDR 1, HDR 2, HDR 3, pixel alignment, exposure bracket +/- 1-3 EV (1/1 steps) Cable switch: sold separately.
Playback Modes
Mode selection: One Shot (no data, basic data, full data, color channel histogram, bright/dark indication, copyright info), Multi Image Display (4, 9, 16, 36, 81 thumbnails), Magnification (up to 16X, scrollable, quick magnification), Image Rotation, Calendar Filmstrip, Display, Folder, Slideshow, Select & Delete, Movie Playback (no data, basic data, full data), Save RAW Data From JPG (if available in buffer memory)
Mode Pallet
Image Rotation, Digital Filter, Resize, Cropping, Slideshow, Save as Manual WB, RAW Development, Index Print, Image Comparison, Protect, DPOF, Movie Edit, Extract JPG from Movie
Digital Filters (playback)
Monochrome, Extract Color, Toy Camera, Retro, High Contrast, Shading, Invert Color, Color, Tone Expansion, Sketch Filter, Watercolor, Pastel, Posterization, Miniature, Soft, Starburst, Fisheye, Slim, Base Parameter Adj
Video File
Recorded resolutions/FPS: 1920x1080p30/25/24, 1280x720p60/50/30/25/24, 640x480p30/25/24
Quality levels: Best, Better, Good
File formats (compression): MOV MPEG-4 AVC (h.264)
Sound: Audio gain adj
Custom Functions
Functions available: 23
Language
English, French, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Dutch, Danish, Swedish, Finnish, Polish, Czech, Hungarian, Turkish, Greek, Russian, Korean, Traditional/Simplified Chinese, Japanese
Material
Primary construction material(s): Reinforced polycarbonate over stainless steel chassis
Ruggedized Features
Fully weather sealed throughout body, coldproof
Operating Temperature
14-104°F (-10 to 40°C)
Dimensions WxHxD
5.1 x 3.8 x 2.8" / 130 x 97 x 71mm
Weight
22.9 oz / 649g with battery

Pentax K-30 Reviews

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4.6

(based on 12 reviews)

100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Love this camera

I've been looking to get a digital SLR for years and finally took the plunge about a month ago. I'm incredibly happy with the Pentax K30, and here's why. I did maybe a dozen hours of research before my purchase, and ultimately decided the K30 gave the best bang for your buck in this price range. Between the weatherproofing, stellar high ISO performance, and intuitive menus and controls, this camera makes an excellent choice for beginners and current enthusiasts alike. It rewards increasing ph...

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I've been looking to get a digital SLR for years and finally took the plunge about a month ago. I'm incredibly happy with the Pentax K30, and here's why. I did maybe a dozen hours of research before my purchase, and ultimately decided the K30 gave the best bang for your buck in this price range. Between the weatherproofing, stellar high ISO performance, and intuitive menus and controls, this camera makes an excellent choice for beginners and current enthusiasts alike. It rewards increasing photographic skill with better quality and a versatile range of settings. With a Pentax K-mount camera, you've got a slew of excellent film-era lenses available - essentially 40 years of legacy glass at your fingertips for far less than you'd pay for modern, new condition glass. I picked up an SMC-A 50mm f/1.4 on eBay. Superior bokeh and no flare with a proper hood, and at a cost maybe a third of what I'd pay for a comparable modern lens. Shooting in manual or AV mode is a breeze on this camera thanks to the two adjustment dials. The 18-135mm WR zoom this bundle comes with is a stellar lens as well. Easy to zoom, easy to focus, and takes solid shots all along the focal range. The weather resistant seals and coating makes it a great walk-around lens that you don't have to worry about in rain. The 'Best Uses' I listed for this camera are only the ones I've used it for. With a 'fast 50' like the one I picked up and an APS-C sensor like this camera has, you get an effective 75mm focal length - ideal for portraits. So by implication, this camera would probably be great for all purposes other than 'underwater'. Get a GoPro if that's your speed. If you're looking at the "typical" beginner cameras (Canon Rebel Series, Nikon D3xxx/D5xxx), I'd strongly urge you to compare the K30 to them. If you want room to grow on a camera that's easy to use from the moment you pick it up - if you want a camera where you don't have to sacrifice image quality or feature set for this price range - this is it. It's a prosumer / enthusiast camera at a beginner DSLR price.

Reviewed by 12 customers

 
4.0

A very good value.

By

from Massachusetts  -  Photo Enthusiast

Using it to record various activities in groups I am associated with, as well as other activities and events. Usually take a lot of pictures of the events, and then edit them down and provide the group with a CD slide show of the event. In a couple of cases I put an entire years activities on the disk as chapters in a DVD show that can be used by the group as a history review/retainer. I might add that I had several Pentax lenses from a filme K1000 which fit this body and provide me with ability to shoot in very low light situations. Also like the fact that it uses 64GB HDSC cards!

 
5.0

Pentax K30 a winner!

By

from Belfast  -  Semi-pro Photographer

The pentax K30 may masquerade as a budget D.S.L.R but includes many sophisticated features more commonly available on high end cameras, not the least the use of two scroll wheels for speedy adjustments which can be customised but what really stands out to me is its low level light performance, even when I am using a 200mm zoom. I have not explored all its features as yet but rate it highly. Sophisticated weather sealing make this a camera for the British climate

 
5.0

Good advanced DSLR with maximum function

By

from Omsk, RU  -  Photo Enthusiast

Attractive & convenient design (pleasantly lies in hands). Traditionally amazing colors, good transfer of skin tones. Almost all necessary functions and settings for beginners and the advanced photographers. Probably professionals won't have enough buttons of fast control. Video auto-focus - not its strength side (but it is possible to be accustomed with old manual lens). I can recommend this camera for all Pentax users, who doesn't want to be spent on K-5

 
4.0

Pentax K 30

By

from Lahore, Pakistan  -  Photo Enthusiast

Pentax k30 is an excellent entry level DSLR with features of a mid level DSLR. I love the colours and picture quality it produces

 
5.0

Great camera, great value

By

from Valparaiso, IN  -  Semi-pro Photographer

The K-30 is a wonderful advanced DSLR that is great for most outdoor situations. I got it with the 18-135 lens. That is a great lens to use from moderate wide to telephoto. I am happy with most features, including HDR and bracketing. I wish it had a battery grip and the ability to do tethering. Overall, highly recommended!

 
5.0

Good lenses if you don't want to juggle

By

from Prague, Czech Republic  -  Casual Photographer

I had K-20D before it was stolen and I am really happy with K-30 and the 18-135 WR lenses. Before I was juggling with lenses, exchanging them all the time and now I just can use the same lense for almost all photos.

 
4.0

Best entry-level DSLR

By

from San Antonio  -  Casual Photographer

This is my first DSLR and I've been very happy with the K-30 thus far (6 months). Do a comparison with Nikon and Canon DSLRs in the same price range and I think you'll see the Pentax is the better choice!

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Love this camera

By

from North Carolina  -  Photo Enthusiast

I've been looking to get a digital SLR for years and finally took the plunge about a month ago. I'm incredibly happy with the Pentax K30, and here's why. I did maybe a dozen hours of research before my purchase, and ultimately decided the K30 gave the best bang for your buck in this price range. Between the weatherproofing, stellar high ISO performance, and intuitive menus and controls, this camera makes an excellent choice for beginners and current enthusiasts alike. It rewards increasing photographic skill with better quality and a versatile range of settings. With a Pentax K-mount camera, you've got a slew of excellent film-era lenses available - essentially 40 years of legacy glass at your fingertips for far less than you'd pay for modern, new condition glass. I picked up an SMC-A 50mm f/1.4 on eBay. Superior bokeh and no flare with a proper hood, and at a cost maybe a third of what I'd pay for a comparable modern lens. Shooting in manual or AV mode is a breeze on this camera thanks to the two adjustment dials. The 18-135mm WR zoom this bundle comes with is a stellar lens as well. Easy to zoom, easy to focus, and takes solid shots all along the focal range. The weather resistant seals and coating makes it a great walk-around lens that you don't have to worry about in rain. The 'Best Uses' I listed for this camera are only the ones I've used it for. With a 'fast 50' like the one I picked up and an APS-C sensor like this camera has, you get an effective 75mm focal length - ideal for portraits. So by implication, this camera would probably be great for all purposes other than 'underwater'. Get a GoPro if that's your speed. If you're looking at the "typical" beginner cameras (Canon Rebel Series, Nikon D3xxx/D5xxx), I'd strongly urge you to compare the K30 to them. If you want room to grow on a camera that's easy to use from the moment you pick it up - if you want a camera where you don't have to sacrifice image quality or feature set for this price range - this is it. It's a prosumer / enthusiast camera at a beginner DSLR price.

 
5.0

Great Camera - even for a beginner

By

from NW Florida  -  Casual Photographer

I am a true beginner and have found that useing the K30 to be everything I have heard... Easy to shoot out of the box on auto but as I use some of the other settings and how they interact I am learming the difference in each and still getting good pictures.

 
4.0

Pentax K-30 Digital SLR Camera Body, 16.

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from British Columbia, BC  -  Pro Photographer

Purchased this with the Pentax 18-135mm lens as a run around camera that I can use on vacation and not worry about sand, water etc. Looks great, feels great and easy to use. This combination doesn't have the sharpness that I am accustomed to with pro lenses and Nikon D3s but I didn't buy it to use for my business so it works perfectly for me as a lightweight, spontaneous shooting camera that is not heavy to carry around in my purse all day when I'm not working.

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Shopper  I brought this camera one month ago. I have couple of problems. 1. Some shots were over exposed, some under. 2. Seems in Camera Image Stabilization do not work except in one of selected scene. 3. Aperture Priority f8, ISO 400, everything else is auto, after noon one picture is good and immediate second picture is blur. I think autofocus is not working fast. Any thoughts, similar experiences, or solutions on this, Any suggestions for metering, auto focus 5/11/spot/extended settings on K30? I have Canon XT also. The spot metering and center focus work all times. So thinking There could be some optimized setting for this camera too. So far very disappointed with K30.
ROBERT D  These kinds of issues are pretty hard to diagnose in the abstract--too many variations of lighting, movement, field depth, etc., and the auto settings are, on any camera, a compromise--not necessarily what you'd pick yourself if really going after something. What you might want to do is pick out a couple of shots you don't think worked and post them to the DPReview Pentax forum with a request for suggestions on how to fix what you're seeing. Google DPReview and you'll find the site. I got my K-30 early this year and generally use the 18-135WR lens, and have found the folks there very friendly and helpful.
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