SDQuattro H vs DP0Quattro

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Tom Schum
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Re: SDQuattro H vs DP0Quattro
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Tiger1 wrote:

The sensor technology is the same in both cameras. The most likely difference is the lens. The Dp0Q has one of the best wide angle lenses ever made for APSC. It is pin sharp. I don't think Sigma has made an equivalent quality wide angle to cover APSC-H or FF. So it may be impossible to compare the same scenes with both cameras with identical quality lenses. Just a thought.

Actually, the dp0q has a different sensor than the sd Q series.  The dp0q sensor has no phase focus pixels.

I own a dp0q and a sd Quattro (non-H).  Image quality from the dp0q has always seemed better to me.  I could never adequately explain why.

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