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There are lots of features for the professional. ..but also all the automatic features for the novice. .eg point and shoot..takes lovely pictures
By Nick Allen on 20 June 2014
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Q lenses have full manual focus, but being an interchangeable system the close-up capability varies with the lens in use. The standard 02 Zoom lens has a close focus of 30cm,
By S. Randle on 29 August 2014
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No is short answer unless you purchase one of the other lens options in addition (lens provided only 5x)
By H. Rees on 14 August 2014
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The 5mm widest angle of the standard lens is equal to 25mm in film era lenses which isn't as wide as many other cameras. As others have said their are fish eye lenses available - but for your purpose I would go with a standard dslr with an ultra wide lens.... unless you want to use a fisheye and software like lightbox … see more The 5mm widest angle of the standard lens is equal to 25mm in film era lenses which isn't as wide as many other cameras. As others have said their are fish eye lenses available - but for your purpose I would go with a standard dslr with an ultra wide lens.... unless you want to use a fisheye and software like lightbox to remove the distortion which is too much hassle. Brilliant small camera just not really suited to your intended purpose see less
By Razor on 14 September 2014
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I am certain I have seen adaptors for sale on Amazon which would mean you could fit those lenses. I am not sure if that would mean you would lose any automated functions such as aperture control. You would then have to operate things manually. The lenses would also be heavier than the Q lenses, which might upset the ba… see more I am certain I have seen adaptors for sale on Amazon which would mean you could fit those lenses. I am not sure if that would mean you would lose any automated functions such as aperture control. You would then have to operate things manually. The lenses would also be heavier than the Q lenses, which might upset the balance of the handling. see less
By Roderick Ingham on 14 April 2015
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With the adapter ring YES.
By Jeffrey B Allen on 30 October 2014
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It sounds like it isn't working properly, maybe you should get back to where you bought it from, or go to the Pentax website.
By Denise M. Bennett on 19 April 2016
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Yes. Just turn off the automatic focus in the settings. it also has focus peaking provided you upgrade the firmware.
By Nicinabox on 12 May 2014
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Yes, the supplied lens has a very basic zoom on it, but it's more of a wide angle lens than for close ups; I would check it out and see if it meets your needs, you can always buy the other lens later if you need a better zoom.
By Arkatos on 01 October 2014