Sigma DP2 Merrill
Announced Feb 8, 2012 •
15 megapixels | 50 mm
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Hello peer,My Sigma DP2M command dial does not work when I use/turn it to change the aperture or shutter speed. If the aperture clicks to say 4 it goes back to 2.8, same thing happens with the shutter speed. Anyone have experienced the same problems?Thank you for your feedbackIqbalSigma DPM1, Sigma DPM2, Sigma DPM3, Fujifilm XE-2, Sony RX100 mk2, Ricoh GR, Fujinon XF 35,60,Samyang 8mm
Is there any way to avoid doughnut-shaped bokeh when shooting a high contrast image wide open with DP2M? Something like circular gradient filter glass, or multiple exposure stacking or such? I'm learning to use DP2M camera, and on some images (esp. macro) those little circles and edge halos look weird. Here's an example image with ring-shaped artifacts in the middle out-of-focus area. a pancake
Hello everyone, I did quite a bit of online research but couldn't figure it out. Is it possible to mount a single yongnuo 603 on the camera and then connect it with a cable to a studio flash (PC-Sync-end in yongnuo, other end in studio flash)? I know its possible to use two yongnuos and connect the receiver to a studio flash, but then I could not use sync speeds higher than 1/320. The idea is to use only one on a sigma dp2 merrill (which does not allow direct connection to a flash via sync...
I have two cameras which show changes in exposure on their viewfinder and LCD, so I use exposure compensation if I think that will improve the look. But on both cameras, and i think on most cameras, this setting doesn't change, even when turning the camera off and then on again. What's the rationale for that? I can see leaving the compensation the same for a series of shots with the same lighting, but other than that, I wish there was a button push or reset that would make the compensation...
Hello After lurking in this forum for a while I took the plunge and ordered a DP2 Merrill as a backup to my Nikon SLR. One of the things that attracted me to the Merrill was the quality and tonal range of B&W images I saw on this site and others. My question is what do you find the best approach to achieving optimal monochrome images - setting b&w colour mode in camera, or post-processing colour images in SPP or other programme after raw conversion? Sorry if this question has been raised...
Bought a DP3M recently and absolutely love the images I get. I wanted to add a DP2M for the wider angle. Now I've been offered a DP2 for a very reasonable price and looking at pics online the IQ of the DP2 looks pretty damn good; so how is it different from, or less than, the M? Thanks, George -- Joris1632
I am about to purchase a nodal rail for the DP2 Merrill. I also happen to have a Canon 6D (24 TS-E II and 24-105L). Keeping in mind I will be using the nodal rail for both these cameras, I had two questions: 1. What's the maximum length of the nodal rail I can purchase without having it show in the DP2M - used both in vertical and horizontal orientation for pano. 2. If I in the future go wider than 24mm (I may purchase a 14mm or a 16-35mm in the future), what would be the maximum rail...