Colors of DP1M, DP2M & DP3M pretty close

Started Mar 27, 2013 | Discussions thread
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HBowman wrote:

mrkr wrote:

HBowman wrote:

mrkr wrote:

HBowman wrote:

Of course, some may Pixel peep to come close and erase this differences but I speak about direct raw output. The one who pp or adjust something just fake and bias the real result. The Dp3m is just naturally more accurate without any adjustments (especially white balance, if correctly mastered by the operator of course ...).

If it is due only to the lens ... what a hell of a lens then !!

'I speak about direct raw output' - what's that meant to be? Doesn't make any sense at all.

'The DP3M is just naturally more accurate without any adjustments' - naturally?

'The one who pp or adjust just fake and bias the real result'

Seriously? What the heck is the 'real result' and what is 'fake' wth pp (post processing)?

Granted - English isn't your first language. But even so: what a complete nonsense.

Where is the non sense ??

Take a photo , export it in jpeg mode without touching any cursor. Are you sure that English is YOUR native language ??

C'mon guys... This start to be ridiculous (and not by my side).

Damn, between grumpy old men and Fame seekers, we are wonderfully served on this forum. So much bellicosity !!

All your claims about the colour superiority of the DP3M based on RAW to JPEG conversions, using default (!) settings in SPP (I take it)?

Who in the heck has told you that such standard conversions are anything to go by when making judgements about colours and comparisons between the different DPM?

Just buy it, I'm bored to answer your questions.

By the way, I do not give any credit to people who hide behind pseudo and do not have any photos to show or share.

So, come here with some of your work, If you have some at all, and maybe I will answer.

And I don't give a fig about unsubstantiated claims about 'superiour colours of the DP3M in comparsion to the DP1M / DP2M' without any kind of corroboration from you.

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