IQ from Dp3m is so magical it can shoot unicorns

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Meuh Veteran Member • Posts: 3,075
IQ from Dp3m is so magical it can shoot unicorns

I was doing some shots today for my cosplay friend Arnel cosplay who was modeling some geeky jeweler for her friend at Charles Bazaar and this is just one of the fun shots from it.
Love the IQ of the dp3m in the studio, but I do miss looking through a proper OVF, a lcd loop could help I guess.

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jennyrae Senior Member • Posts: 2,690
Re: IQ from Dp3m is so magical it can shoot unicorns
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yes. dp3m is unicorn.

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Re: IQ from Dp3m is so magical it can shoot unicorns

If you are referring to fine focus, why don't  you just use the liveview magnifyer?

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rick decker wrote:

If you are referring to fine focus, why don't you just use the liveview magnifyer?

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No its just the act of using the camera like a phone or point and shoot instead of an slr, I just find it much harder to connect with the image/subject when having to view an lcd.  An lcd loop would help fix that as I could put the camera back upto my eye.

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