Sigma sd Quattro Q&As
Announced Feb 23, 2016 •
29 megapixels | 3″ screen | APS-C sensor
Dear Sigma Users, Does someone of you is using older sigma lenses on the Sony E mount cameras? (i search and read everything about this on forum) I have two great and beloved lenses such 50 1.4 EX, 70-200 EX HSM with SA mount, still in perfect condition, and quite good 17-70. On the SD14 the AF works like it works. We all know AF was not a strong side of this camera. Just curious that is this lenses could be worked fine (or just acceptable? maybe with similiar fast like on SD14?) on Sony E...
I am new to the Foveon sensor and I have acquire DP0, DP2 and recently SD Quattro... The new SFD function sound very nice but so far I don't see much difference in Image quality. I wonder what does this SFD means and what does those 7 shots do? Increase details in pixel or dynamic range or? Would appreciate your help... --Kim
SD1M DP2Q Problem was WB setting gone to "Auto (Lighting Source Priority) : Set White Balance with the atmosphere of the place leaving the lighting source. (only dp Quattro series and sd Quattro). I gives wierd results, and good ones. Must know what one is doing. Anyway the shots with SD1M and SD2Q at last fine. Best Aaro --'Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication'.www.lumisoft.fi/galleryhttp://dp2quattro.blogspot.fi/
I've saved my best Sigma lenses for a camera like the SD Quattro, but am also a bit of a geek as far as putting on old lenses with M42 mounts. Anybody tried one yet? The SD1 was a total failure with manual lenses, in my opinion. -John --https://email@example.comDefinition: BOKEH - "Some things in life are clear, some things are not - Isn't that wonderful?"
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