IVN

IVN

Lives in Serbia Belgrade, Serbia
Joined on Jun 10, 2007

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  • RawDigger is not part of my workflow. I would like to be able to do the same thing in SPP, which is an application I'm familiar with.
  • Created discussions Quattro DR - Highlights Part 2
    Someone should really test this. One more curious thing are the constant changes of the "look" happening with each SPP update. Some people are reporting (the blogger who did the highlight ...
  • What eccentricities do you mean? The metering system on the Quattro is pretty good. Putting a ND filter in front of the lens in bright light, would be the same as shooting indoors at low levels of ...
  • It is no because of the lens, but rather because of the leaf shutter which is situated inside the lens - as opposed to a focal plane shutter , which is right in front of the sensor . A common ...
  • Replied in Shadow headroom?
    Has someone compared the Quattro with the Merrills in regards to shadow headroom?
  • It's the same like with various other cameras. I have a E-M10 for example, which also has ISO100, but this setting has less DR than the native ISO200. The Merrill generation cameras (SD1/m, DP1M, ...
  • Here is what the blogger wrote:
  • Have you read the text? He overexposed and corrected each shot in SPP. That statement about boosting Quattro shots by +0.67 in SPP or LR seems like a general statement to me.
  • I don't think so. ISO100 is an "extended mode" on both cameras, which offers less DR than the native ISO200. That might be useful for academics, but not for photographers who can only process these ...
  • What are you talking about? The "correct exposure" images for both Quattro and Merrill were taken with 0.4 Sec . The +2 Images for both Q and M were taken at 1.6 Sec ! Check the EXIFs. And 0.4 --> ...
  • Check again. Quattro https://www.flickr.com/photos/shirinfoto/15218185800 Merrill https://www.flickr.com/photos/shirinfoto/15401701751 Both are f/5.6, ISO200 and 1.6 Sec.
  • Created discussions Quattro DR - Highlights
    Compared to the Merrill, it doesn't look good at all! http://fotogenerellinternational.wordpress.com/2014/10/11/sigma-dp2q-vs-dp2m-part-2-highlight-headroom/ 1 stop less... So what was the point of ...
  • Thanks! No, not that much. Only occasionally. I mostly use it with the 1 Nikkor 10-30 on my V1. Yes, I am. I wrote a review of the Marumi here . I'm very satisfied with the IQ. The Canon is 50% ...
  • E-M10, 45mm f/1.8 and Marumi DHG200 +5
  • Well you can always focus "by eye" and guestimate exposure. I've gotten some nice pix with the 50/1.4 and 25/1.4 C-Mount lenses on my V1 this way. The problem is, there are cameras on the market ...
  • According to this blog , Sigma has shown a working DP3Q at the Photokina show. The German photographer Alexander Heinrichs used one during one of his portrait shootings, which can only mean that ...
  • Replied in Primer.
    I'm a mFT user myself (E-M10, 45/1.8 and 25/1.4), meaning that I have no incentive to insult mFT users. But it just irks me when people start to multiply FL while leaving aperture the way it is. I ...
  • In other words the LX100 has a lens with much higher light gathering power and is thus capable of delivering better noise performance and shallower DOF. No wonder, since the LX100's lens is a ...
  • Replied in Primer.
    So if I like to have the possibility to achieve shallower DOF, I'm automatically obsessed with DOF? The thing is, you don't have to be obsessed, in order to see that a FF lens has an advantage in ...
  • Replied in Primer.
    Many people are also familiar with the expected DOF and light gathering power of 135 format lenses at certain f-stops. Exactly! Just as simple, as the fact, that a mFT lens with for example f/1.4 ...
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