I'm currently in the (slow) process of redesigning my tuition leaflet, and I need to get a shift on as I'm down to the last hundred or so of my current one, so I've just been looking through some more images that might be used for it, and I thought I'd post one of them.
Pentax K-5, Sigma EX 105mm f/2.8 macro lens @ f/6.7, 1/180s, ISO1600, handheld.
This was taken at Bedfords Park whilst running a private workshop for Lloyds Register Camera Club, and it's an immature Speckled Bush Cricket. It demonstrates the great higher ISO performance of the K-5's sensor, I certainly couldn't have got anything looking this noise-free from my K10D at ISO1600.
Don't know yet if I'll use it for the leaflet, but it has potential...