Been into Pentax system for a long 4 years, collected numbers of lenses. Trying to putting off some crop sensor lenses and ready for Full frame lens. Here are the current line-up,
Planning to go full frame, still not sure whether to stay with Pentax or jump ship to other brand. For now, Pentax full frame lenses such as HD PENTAX-D FA 28-105mm F3.5-5.6ED DC WR , HD PENTAX-D FA 24-70mm F2.8ED SDM WR and HD PENTAX-D FA 15-30mm F2.8ED SDM WR prices are very high for me and no 2nd hand in market yet.
IMHO, there are some points that makes no sense, such as: “The lens is essentially a rebadged Tamron SP 24-70mm F2.8 Di VC USD lens from 2013 with the in-lens stabilization mechanism removed.“. Why not set a lower price since it is not a ★ lens, or else, just include stabilization mechanism. Since shake reduction on Pentax K-1 is electronic based which result jello effect while panning, on-lens stabilization mechanism in this case will definitely help a lot while recording videos. Moreover, we can always off it when sharpness needed for still image.
The kit lens, HD PENTAX-D FA 28-105mm F3.5-5.6ED DC WR that selling for RM 2,000 (only if bundle with Pentax K-1, RM 2,500 for lens only) where others long time offering wider zoom range with fixed aperture: 24-105mm F4 (Canon) and 24-120 F4 (Nikon).
Third party lens, Tamron releases some amazing prime lenses recently, and there seems no K-mount planned for near future. Also wondering will it be like the case of Tokina, where Pentax start rebadging Tokina lens, therefore, no Tokina branded K-mount lens after that. As for Sigma FF lenses, some have Pentax mount, some not, refer here: DG for Full Frame
Video, camera of year 2016, without 1080p 60fps (only 60 interlaced) and proper shake reduction, this is non-sense.
Future, will Pentax system worth to invest, such as, after bought the FA 31mm limited, they come out HD version of it not long after, as there are large aperture prime lens planned in road map.
Understand Pentax K-1 is still image concentrated camera, with its smaller body size compare to others, well performance of holy trinity (disregard slower focusing, color fringing and chromatic aberrations) on full frame and many legacy lenses available out there. It is okay if there is plenty of budgets, but for poor guy like me, it just seems very hard take take the step to enter Pentax Full frame system, at least for current timeline.
Days ago, shifted WordPress to a new domain name / URL. Right after shifted to new domain name, it shows database error. Took me sometime to surf and google around to find out solutions. In my case, these two ways solved all the problem and the site is now up for good.
i) Went into cPpanel -> public root -> wp-config.php, and change old database name to new one, due to Exabytes technician changed the old name in server side. So, i have to manually change it in WordPress wp-config.php file.
Note: to check your new database name, check it at “MySQLDatabases” in cPanel, under Databases section. if you want to know password for database, you can refer to wp.config.php again, it was stated inside.
ii) took me sometimes to figure on this one, too much of similar articles but none really helps. My case: did all backups but forgot to replace new URL in WordPress -> Setting -> Permalinks. Luckily, found a simple way to do it, stated here: Relocate Method, as below:
1. Edit the wp-config.php file.
2. After the “define” statements (just before the comment line that says “That’s all, stop editing!”), insert a new line, and type: define(‘RELOCATE’,true);
3. Save your wp-config.php file.
4. Open a web browser and manually point it to wp-login.php on the new server. For example, if your new site is at http://www.yourdomainname.com, then type http://www.yourdomainname.com/wp-login.php into your browser’s address bar.
5. Login as per normal.
6. Look in your web browser’s address bar to verify that you have, indeed, logged in to the correct server. If this is the case, then in the Admin back-end, navigate to Settings > General and verify that both the address settings are correct. Remember to Save Changes.
7. Once this has been fixed, edit wp-config.php and either completely remove the line that you added (delete the whole line), comment it out (with //) or change the true value to false if you think it’s likely you will be relocating again.
Note: When the RELOCATE flag is set to true, the Site URL will be automatically updated to whatever path you are using to access the login screen. This will get the admin section up and running on the new URL, but it will not correct any other part of the setup. Those you will still need to alter manually.