"But at low ISO nothing can beat this camera." - CEO SIGMA Pt. 2

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Re: Marketing Hyperbole
In reply to Erik Magnuson, 5 months ago

Erik Magnuson wrote:

Basalite wrote:

Nonsense. Any subject with any detail is affected.

Not B&W resolution charts.

Odd, but my B/W versions of my Sigma photos have the same detail as the color ones. How do you explain that?

LOL. What the heck do you think people are planning to do with their cameras?

Use them indoors and out, mostly for casual and candid photos of family and friends.

Well, there you go. Can you reconcile that with what you previous said, which for some reason you chose to edit out of the conversation?

I never said it did. On the contrary.

Then we don't need to keep it simple - there is no single number that will rank image quality. For similar systems, MP has a decent correlation with detail but that's it.

MP has no "decent correlation with detail." A 15MP Foveon image has far more detail than a 15MP Bayer image.

Sigh. Do you even know anything about the cameras being discussed?

Where I joined the discussion was the statement "Is it fair to call a 15MP Bayer sensor camera 15MP when much of the color is interpolated?" Can I help it that you forgot what your were saying?

Sigh. The camera being discussed is only effective at ISO 100-400. Those ISOs are logically the only ones that can be compared.

I never said "MP is a measure of resolution." Read more carefully what I write.

It's quoted above - tell me what else that question means.

Above where? You are editing up the conversation so your previous comments can't be viewed. I'm not going to play games with you. If you keep chopping up the conversation like that I will not respond any further.

Once again, I never said "MP is a measure of resolution." Read more carefully what I write.

And for those that care more about the best image quality at low ISO then the Sigma cameras are for them. See how easy that is?

Yes, it so easy to change the subject

I know the subject since I'm the one that created this thread from the previous. You are the one that is lost.

even though you are the one that brought up what the "average consumer" might think. "Those who care more" will arrange to shoot with the various cameras and make up their own minds and not depend on marketing claims from either side.

Now it's clear why you are editing out the previous conversation, so you can dishonestly misrepresent what I have said.

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