Sony A7R vs Sigma DP3Merrill

Started Feb 11, 2014 | Discussions thread
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Dovey New Member • Posts: 15
Re: No sharpening done.

I have the DP3M and it is a dog. The colours are wrong, especially skin tones (esp brown skin) revolting blotches etc.

The Sigma software always oversharpens, the only way to get even near natural edges is to put sharpening to negative 2, not zero. Zero is equivalent to fairly serious photoshop sharpening.

I love the output of the A7R, similar size files but much easier to work with and no worries about colour or iso. It is really hard to always have to stick to iso of 1-200, max for day to day photos.

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