Sigma sd Quattro Q&As
Announced Feb 23, 2016 •
29 megapixels | 3″ screen | APS-C sensor
Hello everyone, Hope you are well. So I went to purchase the 32-64mm lens the other day but I was not impressed with it. It is obviously not as sharp as my 110mm, and I didn't expect it to be either. But it was consistently back focusing, regardless of focal length or aperture. It is generally sharp, at F4 and at F8 which would be ok. But the back focusing was consistent and I had to leave it. Now I am thinking if I should get the 45mm F2.8 lens. I wanted the 32-64mm for traveling and general...
By: Bart1969 (May 14, 2018)
I am seriously thinking to get an SD Quattro, to use it for landscape mainly as I have a Fuji equipment for everything else. The difference in price between the H and the ‘standard’ version is not little, so I’d like to get some advice from who used both, or at least had the same doubt I have. I would get it with the 18-35 f/1,8 to start, and I would print my best photos (A3 size max). Thank you! --Guido
Was reading an sd Quattro review and noticed this: "Metering modes include evaluative, center-weighted and average metering modes": Came as a surprise to me, as I always use spot metering, if available. (I know , "always use" . . .). My question for sd Quattro Users is: Does anyone miss the spot-metering function? --Ted
Hello everyone, Hope you are well. I was wondering if I there is any way to find out the shutter actuation of sd Quattro? Currently the folder number is at 104, and file number 0063. Does that mean I took 4063 photos? That is simply not possible as I did not use it as much. Maybe around 400+ so far. Please advise if there is a better way to find out shutter actuation. Many thanks. --http://www.mf-photography.com
I use a DP1, SD14, 3x DPMs and an sd Quattro. I process all in SPP 6.5.4 to a fairly neutral TIFF and if needed twiddle a bit in ACDSee or LR. No Kalpanika, no RawTherapee, Piccure, Topaz or other magic. No sweat, no angst- yet I'm happy with my images both online and printed. To judge by the general tone here I must be doing something radically, horribly wrong, please help ........ --Joris1632
By: EEvan (Mar 9, 2018)
Been using a DP2M for a while, using a flow with the x3f_extract tool ( X3F TOOLS VERSION = 0.57-windows-x86_64 )to bring the files into LR which has been working great. Inside Darktable with message " 'Sigma SD Quattro H' color matrix not found" Windows DNG preview Upgraded to a SDQH this week, and the one issue that I can't find a good answer for is the images are purple. Compressed, Uncompressed. With Wrapper without, tiff, DNG, with Adobe DNG converter, ect. It looks like there is no...
Hi, New sigma sd quattro owner here. My first digital camera was a sigma sd9 or 10 I do not remember properly, moved to fuji s5 and than to fuji xt10. I always liked the result I got from sigma but the camera could not cope with 2 active children. I am digressing now, sorry. Today I received my sd quattro with the 50 art lens, very impress with the sharpness of files but I still have to master the dynamic range of this camera. First impression very positive. Now that the kids have become...
By: somak (Jan 15, 2018)
Posted to: Open Talk
Hello all, I'm looking for a digital camera with built in panoramic aspect mode. For example the Sigma DP Quattro series and the Sigma SD Quattro series have 21:9 mode. The Fuji GFX 50S has the 'digital xpan' 65:24 mode though for me the Fuji is a very costly gadget .Are there other cameras with such built-in panoramic mode ?Thanks http://somakray.blogspot.com
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