I also have the *istD and use it as my backup camera. I'll often set up the K10D with the laptop for multiple shots for time lapses or other times when I want to be sure to catch an image but don't want to stand around clicking the button all the time. Then I grab the *istD and use that for whatever catches my fancy. Or I'll use the K10D and set up whoever's with me with the *istD if they don't have a camera along. Love them both!
That's odd that the K3 doesn't let you abort the sequence! That could be a serious issue if you were going for, say, 100 images for a time lapse!! The K10D doesn't have an internal intervalometer, so I've been using my laptop and the free Pentax Tether program for those shots. That program allows you full control of the camera from the laptop, including setting the ISO, aperture, White Balance, etc.. A really nice program.
The live view is what most had me wanting the K3. Well, that and the higher ISO capability which would be really nice doing astrophotography. Fortunately, it's also got the bulb setting and should work with Pentax Tether.
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