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Fire TV Stick connects your HDTV to a world of online entertainment. Stream a massive selection of movies and TV episodes from Netflix, Prime Video, Hulu, and more, and easily find and control content with the Alexa Voice Remote (1st Gen). Plus, get universal search results across top apps, and enjoy live sports, music, photos, games, and more.

Just plug Fire TV Stick into your HDTV and start streaming in minutes. Use the included Alexa Voice Remote (1st Gen) to find the best way to watch across more than 200 channels and apps with universal search.

Enjoy access to Netflix, Hulu, HBO NOW, Prime Video, and more. There are over 500,000 TV episodes and movies ready to stream, or watch live TV (including sports and news) as it happens. Directly access millions of websites such as YouTube, Facebook, and Reddit with browsers like Silk and Firefox. Subscription fees may apply.

Your Alexa Voice Remote (1st Gen) can easily find, launch, and control content. Simply say, “Alexa, find suspense thrillers” and Alexa will show you results. Alexa, the brain behind Amazon Echo, doesn’t stop there. Just press the microphone button and ask to play music from Pandora, order a pizza from Domino’s, shop for popcorn and snacks, and more.

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You can also pair Fire TV and Echo devices, allowing you to control your Fire TV with Alexa. Just ask Alexa to play and search for movies and TV shows, launch apps, and control playback from over 200 apps and channels on your Fire TV.

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Set the mood for any party with millions of songs ready to stream through Pandora, Amazon Music, and iHeartRadio. Plus, watch videos from Facebook, Vevo, and Vimeo or play hundreds of games from Mojang, EA, Disney, and more. Just press the microphone button on the Alexa Voice Remote (1st Gen) and say what you’d like to hear, see, or play next.

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pentax p30t (p30n, p3n, p3, p30)
Pentax made a series of P cameras, and all of the P3x cameras are essentially the same, except earlier versions of the P3 and P30 (different names for different exports) don’t have a cable remote release. All P3n, P30n (again, different export names for the same camera), and P30t bodies have a normal threaded cable release. The P3n/P30n has a horizontal split and a metal film door, while the P30t has a diagonal split and a plastic film door. Now, onto what’s the same…

These cameras to me are excellent misses. They get so much right, but also screw up in so many ways. They are considered by many to be the ‘sleeper camera’ of the Pentax lineup — indeed, you can get a camera that can be operated manually with a traditional shutter speed control, uses any and all K-mount lenses, and is fairly tough for about ten bucks on the used market. Not a bad deal at all.

So what else does this camera have going for it? Aperture priority, program (w/ A- lenses), and manual exposure modes. Decent (center-weighted) meter. Manual winding (a negative to some, but I don’t like the whirs and the failure potential of a motor. DOF preview. Self-timer. Light weight. Metal tripod socket. Normal cable release (on models with a release socket). Exposure lock.

And the bad? So many little details which could have made for a much more inspired camera. No shutter priority mode. And, you just have to know this. Common sense would dictate that if your lens is in A, and your shutter set, the camera would make that happen. But if you attempt that, it just operates in P (I believe this is how it falls back). Film speed is set via DX, which is not my preference, but I could live with it. Except it’s one of those fun DX cameras that only sets via DX, with no override. And, (we’ll get to this in a second), there is no exposure compensation, so you can’t even set that semi-permanently for push/pull. Also, since there’s no override, there’s also just no way to set the meter for film that isn’t DX coded. So, if you shoot a lot of low ISO Adox and Efke, if you bulk load your rolls, or if you split rolls in half (which I do a lot), you’re out of luck. Fallback EI is 100, so if you bulk load Acros I guess you’re alright, but I don’t think you can get Acros in bulk! Kentmere 100, I guess. One other thing, the EI range is 25-1600. Otherwise, I’d use it as a dedicated D3200 camera! Back to the lack of compensation if you’re dealing with a backlit situation, or some other trickery where you know better than the camera, there is no +/- EV comp for the automated exposure modes. I actually enjoy using Av and/or Tv when I can on a camera, I maintain control while only having to fiddle with one knob. But with no exposure compensation, not even a silly +1.5EV backlight button, I lose a lot of control, and in situations where I’m feeling even a little bit unsure, it’s time to fall back (not spring forward) to manual mode. Camera is very plasticky, which means light weight but also a bit cheap feeling. They seem pretty tough though, just not confidence-inspiring. No MLU in any situation. No mechanical fallback shutter speeds. Exposure lock is kind of a pain.

Mine’s made in China. Not sure if they ever made these in Japan (or Vietnam) or not. I doubt it.

Notes in the photo go into a bit more detail. I keep meaning to get more gear reviews up on my blog as well, but I get to a lot of the specifics on here, and the blog is a bit backlogged.
By bri— hefele on 2010-02-07 15:02:44

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  1. [http://www.flickr.com/photos/brhefele] Gotta love dirt cheap film cameras, especially when they were so much more expensive 10 years ago. A good bit older, but I was looking at an Olympus OM 1, with two Zuiko primes at Goodwill the other day. I hesitated and it was gone the next morning.

  2. [http://www.flickr.com/photos/tlatehinn] any time i shoot ortho film, i’m pretty much guaranteed to shoot a quarter of the roll or so through an orange filter before i realize what i’m doing… so no, i’m not going to laugh at forgetting the film speed!

  3. Takako, you are funny. What you may lack in tech you more than make up for in raw talent!

    I think it is funny how a fully manual camera can surpass a camera like this Pentax. It tries to do everything and to make it easy on the user but it is a pain to photographers that want to push the boundaries, if even by a little bit.

  4. I have had a p30 for about a year now. £16 with (takumar?) lens. Never pushed/pulled with it, but other than that it does my job. I love the exposure metering and 2 touch zoom lens that came with it. Didn’t realise half these quirks but will check them out next time i shoot it. Excellent and informative review Brian.

  5. [http://www.flickr.com/photos/62496026@N03] Yeah, it’s a bummer! MX is my primary SLR, Super Program comes next. But these things are fun to have around when you can easily scoop them up for ~10 bucks. It’s a shame, because the back-to-basics control scheme could’ve really been great, but they missed the mark in some crucial areas.

  6. gosh you techies — didn’t even know what dx was, so had to look up 🙂
    but good to know where i can come for questions when i need to.

  7. [http://www.flickr.com/photos/62496026@N03] Oh, and I meant to mention earlier that at least three motor-drive Pentaxes have an option to leave the leader out on rewind – the (P)Z-1/p, the MZ-S, and the *ist all do. Not sure about others. Made good use of this when I used to shoot PZ-1!

  8. [http://www.flickr.com/photos/evansn] Nice, that’s quite a steal, for the lens alone! As far as I know, Miranda never made a K-mount camera. After they folded, some shop licensed the name and had – wait for it – Chinon cameras badged with it. Assuming it works, should be pretty decent!

  9. I love my P3n. Regardless of what it doesn’t do, it does what it does really well. It was marketed as an entry-level, under $200 (Cdn/US) camera to make shooting as dead simple as possible. Despite that, it has become one of my favourite Pentaxes. I never liked exposure comp dials, and haven’t used one in 25 yrs, always seemed awkward to me, the meter lock button is much more useful in the moment (if I had to choose I’d prefer a lock). If I need more consistency, or to shoot for push-pull, i just meter manually and adjust as needed. But if you prefer dials for comp and ISO then it won’t accommodate you. It’s proven as tough as my MX’s and lasted longer than my long dead LX’s. The viewfinder is fine, but also not as good as an MX, yet the P3n has a hugely better finder than even my very expensive "pro" DSLRs.

    Interesting Chinon info, I didn’t know they used K mount at all.

    And I must confess an entirely aesthetic bias against their choice of grey plastic on the middle models of P3 types. I just can’t go there.

  10. [http://www.flickr.com/photos/brhefele] Thanks for the advice. As eBay would have it, I am now awaiting delivery of an SMC Pentax- M 50/1.7 which cost me the grand total of £7, including the (apparently working) Miranda camera it is attached to, so I might see how that is.

    The Chinon’s were quite nice – my dad had a CE-5.

  11. [http://www.flickr.com/photos/tlatehinn] I think it is neat that letting go of technical things is part of your creative process. I forget all the time what film is in which camera. I haven’t messed up but only because I am so new to this. Give it time… I once got 45 frames out of a roll of 36. It turned out the film wasn’t wound on but the mechanical counter kept counting ‘shots’. 🙂

  12. [http://www.flickr.com/photos/brhefele] Thanks for the info on the Chinon CP-7m. I do a lot of long exposure night photography and would find another body helpful (though I am leaning towards a Mamiya 7ii). When shooting by moonlight the exposures can be quite long and the difference between 1 stop of exposure is frequently (for me) as long as 8 minutes. Having a timer to the nearest minute is sweet indeed.

    I also like your wisdom regarding limitations. I think the Leica M-series is a perfect example of that: manual EVERYTHING is either a great bonus or a great limitation. There’s not much room in-between.

  13. Thanks for this – watching a few in eBay at the moment – I didn’t know about it being DX only. Even my old Practika had +/- 2 stops compensation though (as well as manual sensitivity) – poor show Pentax! (but then, as you say, they’re cheap …)

  14. [http://www.flickr.com/photos/62496026@N03] i went to shoot occupy freedom plaza a second time on my leica iiif. by the time i got the film out and realized i hadn’t loaded it properly, and it hadn’t wound on… well, the encampment was gone…!

  15. [http://www.flickr.com/photos/evansn] All P30n and P30t bodies have cable releases, and later P30 bodies do as well. For work on a tripod (like, the only time you’d actually be using a release), I find the location of the release on these cameras far better than the hole-in-the-shutter-release-button strategy. Obviously if you’re mainly going to be doing long (bulb) exposures, the meter and its lack of overrides shouldn’t be a concern. Though you want to be mindful of batteries when using bulb mode with an electronic shutter.

    A camera worth considering if you can find one in working condition and don’t mind a motor drive is the Chinon CP-7m. In bulb mode, you can set a timer on the shutter, basically allowing you shutter speeds from 1 second to 1 minute in second intervals, and then 1 minute to 90 minutes in minute intervals. It too uses a standard cable release (in the same location as the Pentax P30 series).

  16. 34,072 of 35,213 people found the following review helpful

    5.0 out of 5 stars
    What I once thought was silly is now a good thing!, November 13, 2016

    By Amazon Customer (02451)

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    Earlier this month, my TV entertainment included Dish 200+ channel satellite TV, 20Mbps turbo internet, Netflix, and Amazon Prime. After doing some research, I bought 3 Amazon Fire Sticks with the voice remote, cancelled Dish, upgraded to 30Mbps internet, added Sling 25 channels, added standard Hulu, and CBS All Access. Guess who still gets 96+% of the channels watched, added Prime Music and several hundred shows (that networks don’t play) to all the TVs in the house, and saved over $700 per year compared to what I paid this past year? I did. I never thought of “cutting the cord” until I really looked into it all. Getting Amazon Fire Sticks are worth it and they work well….and once you get used to knowing what show plays where, it’s a no-brainer. Just like how you originally had to figure out how to use a smart phone back in the day. After a while, it’s a breeze. I highly recommend everything I listed in this review. Seriously….take a couple hours and make a spread-sheet listing the must-have shows that people in your household watch. Then make a comparison to what’s available on the streaming services. If you’re like me, and you don’t watch 80% of the channels you pay for, it’s so worth it.

  17. [http://www.flickr.com/photos/62496026@N03] I love my Barnack too, plan to get a IIIg to keep it company one of these days. Was just a bummer – I had felt so cocky with everyone complaining about the fussy loading, and I had yet to misload it… And the one time I did, I ‘lost’ a roll that was pretty important to me. Life goes on though! Shooting a roll of film that isn’t… it’s a bit zen, isn’t it? 🙂

  18. Wow three years later. I feel time warped. If anyone ever wants to know for reference, my P3n is still working just fine, as are Super-A / Super-Program models. Still never had or seen the above described shutter button issue Brian had. Two MX’s died since however – shutters failed. Have fun with your P3 Roland.

  19. [http://www.flickr.com/photos/brhefele] Well I am after a fast prime for my K-7, and would quite like a functioning film body too for star trails and such – so a cable release option is quite important for me. Fortunately there were so many cameras that used the K mount that something is bound to come up sooner or later 🙂

  20. [http://www.flickr.com/photos/tlatehinn] Hehe! Well, I’ll echo what [http://www.flickr.com/photos/62496026@N03/] said… I love to geek out over this stuff, but the proof is in the pudding, and your work is continuously excellent regardless of how much camera trivia you may or may not have built up…!
    [http://www.flickr.com/photos/62496026@N03] You know, it’s weird, it doesn’t even try to do everything… It’s so weird to me that if you wanted shutter priority at this time, you had to get the much more cumbersome P5! The interface to the P3 models is great, they just… took it too far, but at the same time not far enough! They’re still good cameras though, you just have to understand the (many) limitations going into it.
    [http://www.flickr.com/photos/joe_relic37] You can’t beat the prices on these, that’s for sure! And if you’re just going to get out and shoot without doing a bunch of ridiculous stuff like cutting rolls of film in half, it gets the job done in a great way. I didn’t just have it set up there for this photo, I was shooting two rolls worth of trichromes because what it does, it does just fine! Thanks for the kind words!

  21. [http://www.flickr.com/photos/joe_relic37] PS, I’m with you on two-touch zooms. I mainly use primes, but if I’m going to use a zoom, two-touch is where it’s at!

  22. [http://www.flickr.com/photos/brhefele] I didn’t know that was ever an option. Too cool!

    I absolutely love my IIIc. Sure, Barnacks can be cantankerous… loading issues, operator error, unintended double-exposures… but I feel that I am more to blame than the camera. Fortunately they are tough as nails (and so much fun to use).

  23. Brian, I have a P3, and I just bought a P30T. My P3 was made in Japan – probably one of the original 1985 production run. My P30T was made in China. Even though the P30T has a plastic top, back, and outer body, I really like the feel of this camera! The grip is great. I also like the recessed controls on the top plate of both the P3 and P30T – a very cool design.

    BTW, my new P30T works fine whereas my P3 has never worked (I bought it for the 50/2.0 "A" Series lens.)

  24. DX only and no override is game over, IMO. Pass!

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    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great Product for Tech Troubled Seniors, January 24, 2018

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    I bought this Fire TV Stick for my 85 year old grandmother who has trouble navigating through technology. I knew that this device would be helpful because instead of navigating through the apps (which is a foreign concept to her) she is able to ask Alexa directly to play her shows.

    – Easy to set up. I set this up in my Grandmother’s rehabilitation center while she was recovering from a broken hip. I plugged into her TV and paired with the Rehab Center’s free Wifi. No problem!
    -Grandma is easily able to ask Alexa to play ‘This is Us’ – her favorite show! It was difficult for her to understand at first that she would need to navigate to Hulu and then open ‘This is Us.’ The major benefit of having Alexa is that she can easily ask for a specific show (ie: “Alexa, play the most recent episode of ‘Modern Family'” or “Play ‘Queer Eye'”) without having to know which app to go to.
    -She also asks Alexa what the weather is or to play some Frank Sinatra or Michael Buble.

    – Grandma had trouble understanding the button meanings, but I explained them to her and she jotted them down for reference. I believe she is grasping it now. The limited amount of buttons is actually ideal and less confusing.
    – She did have a bit of difficulty toggling between live TV and the Firestick (HDMI1 vs. TV) but practicing or writing down for reference is helpful.

    Overall, very happy with this product for my Grandmother. Apps, Streaming services, etc, are difficult for her to understand. However, this userinterface was fairly simple and only took a day or so for her to grasp. Plus I love that she likes to ask “Alexis” instead of “Alexa.” Pretty cute.

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    What’s there not to like?? The future of television technology., July 29, 2018

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    What can I say?? Amazon is taking over! I just love my Amazon products. I now have a fire stick on every televisions I own. I also have given them as gifts. The set up is seemless if you already have an Amazon account. As soon as I plugged it in, it started and transferred my account to it without having to re entering all my information on every one I install. The voice remote is something I can’t do without.l either. All my old fire sticks are being replaced in my home due to wanting the voice activation. It is great for elderly peeps. Just say what you want to watch and it will find it for you. Another option I love, is the ability to add your Apps that need subscriptions. Such as Showtime, HBO, Gaia, etc. the fire stick allows you to order the subscription and charge your amazon account instead of having to log into each app individually.
    It was becoming a real pain to have different app accounts and all of them having your credit information. This way Amazon makes it so simple to add and delete apps all on Amazon. Billing is simple with everything on Amazon charged to whatever payment options you have on file. I got rid of all my Apple TV and Roku for this very reason. No more codes to enter. You can’t go wrong with the fire stick. It’s an everything in one unit device. I order my Amazon items from the fire stick also. For friends and family, I will keep buying them as gifts. Also, they are linked to all your amazon products that are linked to your account, like show, echo, etc
    For the money, you can’t beat it. I have been without cable now for five years and I only put the apps that have the programs I like to watch. It’s really cheaper than cable/satellite hands down. And everything on cable you can access using their Apps. Thanks Amazon for such great products. There are too many good things to mention. One more thing to mention, the Bluetooth capability is awesome too. I connect my headphones at night to allow my spouse to sleep without noise from the tv. The only thing i would suggest is having the power cord longer. It’s hard to plug in if your outlet is more than four feet away. It also uses the HDMI port to connect to the tv or laptop. The size makes it nice to pack and take on vacation or business trips. It would be nice if it can be powered by batteries. Thanks again Amazon!!

  27. baisao & brian — thanks (i guess 🙂 honestly, when i have to think about technical things, my creativity goes out the door. the last time i had to do zone system assignment (and this was supposedly a simplified version), all my negatives came out so bad that i had to do crazy things (extreme contrast dial, ultra long dodging/burning etc.) to make prints look okay. i imagine all these things become useful once you master them, but so far haven’t had time to devote to mastering such things. you guys will probably laugh — i often confuse what film is loaded in my camera, too; and, shoot the whole role at a wrong speed (kinda like pushing/pulling without intending) — nice the darkroom allow one to correct these mistakes later 🙂

  28. [http://www.flickr.com/photos/p1x] I like it for the features and relative reliability you get for the price. But putting aside the operational limitations (which is difficult for me to do – of course you can ignore the meter and shoot it manually, but then you have a host of better options) I have found the electronic shutter switch half-press in these to be prone to failure much like the ME/Programs, and my current P30t meters completely unreliably. Which again pushes it into meterless, manual territory, where I would again rather shoot a hundred of other cameras. But again, it is very cheap, and the shutter itself is pretty strong, so there’s a really good chance that for next to nothing you will get one that’s functional and accurate in that regard. As for the grey plastic (oh come now, it’s called titanium!) it sure is ugly and it – excuse the abuse of the term – brasses in the worst way possible. But it guarantees a diagonal split and a cable release socket so it’s probably worth the bad case of the uglies you might catch from carrying it.
    [http://www.flickr.com/photos/evansn] Thanks for the link, I’ll check it out when I’m at home. Glad to be of help!

  29. [http://www.flickr.com/photos/brhefele] Sorry, missed you reply. Yeah – the Miranda was exclusive to Dixons in the UK. It seems to work, but it feels very cheap and flimsy. It also has a winder lever you have to leave cocked before the shutter will fire, which is no good for me as a left-eye shooter. I will put some film through it at some point though, just to see what comes out. It’s an MS1, by the way. More than you may ever wish to know about it can be found here: www.steveszone.co.uk/camera_miranda.shtml

    Thanks for your advice.

  30. [http://www.flickr.com/photos/evansn] Glad to help! The thing about the camera is that if you see the limitations as limitations, then they’re probably big ones. If you don’t, then it’s just a great bargain body. It does have a lot to offer. But I wish Pentax had made a higher-end version of it!

  31. That’s interesting to hear about the shutter button not activating the meter. I’ve never had any problems with my P3n or Super Prog. Knock on wood. I have this vague memory that the shutter was made by the same company that made the shutters for the Leica R3 or 4. Maybe its my memory though.

  32. Brian, you make good points about auto rewind. I don’t like it because I would have to fish my leader out of the cartridge before spooling-on for developing. With a manual crank I can always leave a tiny bit of leader to grab on to.

  33. [http://www.flickr.com/photos/p1x] I only have (the pictured) P series right now, and while the button works fine on that one, the meter itself is unreliable. I’ve owned two Ps with flaky buttons. I have three Super Programs, one of which has a flaky button. My ME F has the same issue. The full press always works (activates the meter / sets the shutter speed if necessary, and releases the shutter accordingly), but getting a readout on half-press is tedious at best. Certainly something that can be taken care of in a CLA, but in my experience it is a common failure point. The shutters in electronic Pentaxes are indeed Seiko MFCs, the same as the R4 (and Minolta XD11). Not sure what that means, as the R4 is kind of a dark moment for Leitz, and its shutter not considered exceptional in comparison to the beauty that was the collaborative effort between Leitz, Minolta, and Copal used in the R3 (and Minolta XE). Not that the Seiko MFC is a bad shutter, it just wasn’t really a highlight of Leitz engineering at the time. Setting aside the reality of buying into a system for a moment, I’d probably take the XD11 out of all of the aforementioned electronic bodies (including the Pentaxes).

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