"But at low ISO nothing can beat this camera." - CEO SIGMA

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Aaron801
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Re: If the Dynamic range is much better, I think he could be right.
In reply to Jorginho, 6 months ago

Jorginho wrote:

Currently, the sigma's have it all in low ISO. If the scen is not too demanding they are already near MF. But for landscapes, Dynamic Range is very important. The DP2m etc are a let down here.

Well... if you're all about "slow photography" (with low ISOs and using a tripod) then you could do some nice HDR kind of shots, if you wanted higher dynamic range, right? There's no rule that says that you need to process then to look all cartoony and "hyperreal" like so much of that HDR stuff (which I thought was much cooler when I first discovered it and now looks like a garish cliche!).

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