A little while ago I posted a question regarding the Pentax KX I had just bought, and asked for others' opinions about its use. I received a lot of favorable comments about the camera and with such encouragement I set out to put the camera through its paces. Shortly after that, however, I sold the camera thinking that it wasn't going to see much use since I was really focused on using my LX and MX at the time. It didn't take long to realize how much I missed using the camera, even after having owned it for such a short time, so like all good camera fanatics, I bought another one. This one is in even nicer condition than the first and the meter seems pretty accurate. While I thoroughly enjoy using compact cameras like the OM-series or my XD11 as well as the full-size cameras like my F3HP or FTbn, the KX is somewhere in the middle and feels perfectly sized. It is a most enjoyable camera to use and being a full-featured camera, it lends a sense of security in knowing that with it you can tackle pretty much any photographic situation thrown at it. I took the KX to Adams Mill near Cutler, Indiana in October. Adams Mill is a beautiful historic site on the banks of the Wildcat Creek and has been there since 1846, built by John Adams. The whole site consists of the grist mill and the covered bridge which was built in 1872. The bridge was built to handle the increased traffic and trade that the mill attracted, and to enable people to cross the creek during the seasonal floods, which still occur and raise the water to ridiculously high levels. The mill is in the process of being renovated after having sustained a bit of damage a few years ago during one of those floods. It's really an impressive place, one that you can wander around inside and still feel a sense of what it must have been like back in its prime years. The bridge is still used for local traffic and, as you would probably imagine, is a favorite spot for photographers. For my shoot that day I mounted the Pentax-M 24-50mm f/4, a favorite manual zoom of mine, and a roll of Fuji Superia 400. It was a real pleasure to use the KX and it will be seeing a lot of action in the coming days. As is the proper etiquette of this forum, I will first show a picture of the camera itself. It has my 'new' SMC Pentax 50/1.4 mounted on it. This lens has a nice heft to it and feels wonderfully balanced on the camera.