Sigma sd Quattro User Reviews

Announced Feb 23, 2016 •
29 megapixels | 3 screen | APS-C sensor

Perfect camera for my needs as I only photograph Landscape in Panoramic Format. Even 4 years after it's release this camera is still available on the current market, It has to be a high quality product. If your interest is (or specialize as I do) in Landscape, this camera or the H model is for you. 40 x 20 inch prints come out beautifully. Nor recommended for action, sports. Patience is the key with this camera & to be a excellent Landscape Photographer, patience goes a long way. 2 pictures ...

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How to say about this camera? Ok i did a bit of research before i really get in touch the real thing. And it's exactly perform as other people mentioned: sssssslllllooowww. Anyway, since i already noted the speed of it, after a few test shot (it's second hand but the previous owner just bought it for a few days with under 20 shutter count) i just took my wallet out and buy it. then i started to play with it at home. It was night time and i didnt expect it was so crap at iso 800. I must say i ...

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This is a modern mirrorless camera with an APS-C sized sensor. But its also so much more than that. This camera is truly unique. And without breaking the bank. Build is very solid and a unique design. It seems to me that you either ”get” the whole Foveon sensor thing or you don’t. If you don’t like them or have any interest in them a review won’t change your mind. So happy trails to you.. ;) The people that love them and maybe already have a Foveon camera, you won’t need a review either. You ...

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I keep it short: So far the best Sigma camera. The SD1 Merrill was a big step in terms of quality camera body for Sigma, the SD Quattro improves on this and brings us into the mirrorless era. An to be honest: It's fun to use: Mirrorless rocks! Build quality is top notch, the camera is very comfortable to hold and use. The LCD screen is of very high quality and for the first time I feel I can use it to properly review the pictures. The LCD viewfinder is ok / good enough - not excellent, but ...

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Firstly, let me say this isn't going to be a standard review comparing this to Bayer cameras, that would be like buying a Landrover and complaining it doesn't do 0-60 in 6 seconds. Secondly I have all 3 DP Merrills and the SD15, so I'm very familiar with Foveon sensors and Sigma's way of doing things. I am new to the Quattro sensor but I'll come on to that. So what about the SD Quattro? I bought an open box SD Quattro, (as new), with the 30mm F1.4 Art lens for £739, that is an absolute steal ...

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(with kit 30mm lens) in an age where everything is fast, from focus to frame buffering, the sd takes the slow, and sometimes painful route. but as they say, there's no gain without pain... everything about this camera is solid, from build quality through to well thought out menus it 'should' have everything going for it. unfortunately the only thing going for it is picture quality, and that, after all, IS what it's all about. put the effort in and you'll get amazing results the equal of much ...

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