SmilerGrogan: The bottom line with this software is that photos processed with it have a distinct look that is used by many of the world's most highly paid professionals. So if you want that "professional" look, you need to switch to Capture One.
You said there was not one and there is. That is not smartass - that is the truth. Hard to handle?
Let me name just one to render your statement false: run as a perpetual non subscription software.
Owen: Lets see, do I want an overpriced camera with a fixed lens, or the Sony? Hmmmm, really hard decision. Have to start saving up.....
Let's see, do I want a camera that shoots 14 bits and has resales value in 3 years time, or do I want an 11 bit dressed up as a 14 bit. Hmmmm, really easy decision.
JakeB: No one here or in the Leica forum could tell the difference between an image from this camera and one from a cheap dslr processed in Silver Efex.
Everybody would be able to tell the difference. The Silver Efex Pro is a tiff file while the Leica is a dng file.
dougster1979: Sigma have shown they can Kick ass in the lens world, it`s time they applied the same logic to their cameras. Art series body eagerly awaited!
Would you be so kind and tell me on which camera it is easier to make user banks than the Sigmas? Would you be so kind and tell me which camera has an easier menu system? Which Sigma cameras have you actually used if any? High ISO, writing times (on some of the cameras) and the software are not good. Otherwise Sigma does not really need to change anything and when it comes to menus and handling loads of competitors could learn a thing or two.
Juck: The answer to a question that noone asked.
And you have how many shootings hours with the Foveon sensors under your belt?
Joachim Gerstl: I understand that we all hate to change lenses but this is ridiculous. Next sensor or AF innovation and you have to trow away all your lenses instead of just replacing your camera.Just to be different is not enough.
With a price ranging from €375 to €399 for the Merrills (each) or €1.099 for all of them and considering the quality of the lenses and the sensor this is not expensive. It may not be a sensible use of Earth's resources though.
Akpinxit: what is so "compact" about this camera ?
Useable ISO-range and battery. And yes, I will probably break down and buy this one just to try the Quattro line out.
bigdaddave: Well if you are silly enough to buy one you can afford a new pc
A MacIntosh is a Personal Computer.
xpanded: "...size/price/image quality balance it offers and the style with which it does so."
You must be very stylish. Both the Nikon Coolpix A and Ricoh GR give much better IQ than the X-Trans sensor. They are both smaller, cheaper and sporting much better lenses.
The only thing the X100 has going for it is the hybrid viewfinder.
And yes, I will upgrade my X100 when Fuji dumps the X-Trans sensor.
Sorry for delayed response.
@Brendon1000: I own NCA + X100 (Bayer) and tried X-Trans 2 camera so it is based on actual usage and lots of help from here to get the best out of X-Trans raw files. The X-Trans is indeed the USP, but a marketing one. Fuji clings to it ignoring the progress of Bayer sensors.
@Richard Buttler: JPEGs on dpreview? That is your raw response? Well, the mush of the Trans-X sensor is available in both jpegs and raws. I believe you apparently had a faulty NCA (lens) which explains your below par results IQ wise. Both my X100(s) had dust inside them btw, so QA is not better at the Mount. I am surprised you would shoot the X100 wide open for anything but Nessie. The 28mm vs 35mm is not a big deal for people with feet. And 12-16 megapixels are more than enough for most people if you actually compose the picture before you hit the shutter. Finally the NCA is less than half the price of X100S and T around where I live (albeit without the external OVF).
"...size/price/image quality balance it offers and the style with which it does so."
"They're not a huge group but we know what our customers want, and the dp0 is a perfect camera for them."
Dear Sigma. I own 5 (have owned one more) Sigma cameras and the DP0Q is not what I want. I want a functioning Sigma Photo Pro. When you have fixed that we can start talking about hardware.
xpanded: Que? Only one camera actually won by getting one or more vote(s) than number two. So which camera actually won? D750 or A7ii?
Huh? It is math, not semantics. DPreview claims the manufacturers are very interested in this poll. Thus it is only fair that DPreview dicloses the result. Otherwise it should had been stated (before the poll): ln case of winner and runner up being very close we will go kindergarten and declare multiple winners. All winners must bring chocolate cake for the loosers and everybody will get a paper crown to wear.
Que? Only one camera actually won by getting one or more vote(s) than number two. So which camera actually won? D750 or A7ii?
lacix: ...Guys will whistle after you!
I love the deadpan British humour. No one but you could write "what horrible, sexist behavior" and make it look like you mean it.
"That makes me wonder what the photographer has in his mind when he walks into the camera store to buy something that he can take away with him at the weekend."
These days SHE orders all three cameras online, try them out and return the two of them.
Btw - the three cameras do not share the same EVF. The GM5 has a reduced resolution according to dpreview.
No, six years say 2008, 2010, 2012 and 2014.
Peter Evans: @DPreview
Could you possibly find an interviewer whose speech is at least in some way intelligible?
I'll second that. And please one that does not do "upspeak".
What is the logic of posting a stand report of Fujifilm before posting news of all the goodies Leica announced today?