DP2M unsuitable for non-caucasians

Started Apr 2, 2013 | Discussions thread
rami Contributing Member • Posts: 744
Re: DP2M unsuitable for non-caucasians

SigmaChrome wrote:

I really can't figure this one out, Dovey. The crop of the leg is too small to make out the details. I can see some discolouration - and it looks like bruising, but I can say what's caused it. Are you able to post a larger image?

You might also be interested in reading what H.Bowman has to say about the DP3M in relation to how browns are rendered in that camera. He reckons they are vastly improved.

Have a look at this Thread

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Seriously, is that an issue? I am planning to get the DP2M. I am involved in various social projects in Africa and I would like to know if this unpredictable issue is really a concern... I am a Leica M user but I don't want to take my Leica on my visit as I pass through some rough areas. Recently, I traveled with the 5n and 15vc and with the RX100 but I am extremely interested in the DP quality. Please advice and if possibly, post some links to the issue being discussed.

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