The DP2M: a tool with a clearly defined purpose...

Started Aug 6, 2012 | Discussions thread
Raist3d Forum Pro • Posts: 36,319
I think if that's your need...

then you should be fine. ISO 100 most of the time. But yeah if you are shooting city landscapes at night (or landscapes, etc.) and tripod work, it should be fine.

This from my experience with the DP2 and the files I have examined from the SD1/SD1M that are shot like that.

aman74 wrote:

That's something I'll have to look into as I like low light photography. I know Foveon isn't usually the best tool as high ISO for most people, but I'm fine at low ISO on a tripod and need to make sure I make the best choice for that type of work. Well, maybe "best" isn't the word, but a choice that has pleasing results for me.

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