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    There are nice $150 off Black Friday deals on the DP2M
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    DP2M, SPP- Tiff to Aperture, with or without Color Efex Pro4. I just downloaded Color Efex Pro and the learning curve will be steep, but it looks like a great addition for the foveon files.
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    Rhein Harbor 3:
    As i have a flickr pro acc. now, you can click the pics and go to the full size version.
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    One more from Normandy.

    Michiel

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    LOVE this last one of yours, Michiel. I will be processing some from a walk I did yesterday later this morning.

    BTW, to all, I set the Auto ISO to 1600 for the gymnastics weekend workshop; some nice images but the gym uses fluorescent lights—and getting even halfway decent skin tones required +0.4 exposure, and so real fiddling to find a neutral grey that the SPP software could do a WB on. The camera sat on 1600, and the noise and colour blotching s reasonably well controlled. BW conversions perfectly useable, but the client needed colour.

    Outside, daylight, different story. Images to come.

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    Guys, you're killing me. I was soooo close in putting in an order ($150 discount) but after some soul searching decided to abstain. Next year new M might call my name, so I need to stay focused (haha). But those Sigma files are sooooo crisp.... Keep on shooting!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ustein View Post
    There are nice $150 off Black Friday deals on the DP2M
    Grrrrr.

    Agnius, maybe this familiar scene will change your mind - cropped to 6x7:

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    Sending back the EPl-5 and bought the last DP-2 M at Adorama for the discount!
    I'm excited. Hope the limitations aren't too discouraging. The beautiful photos on here with the sharpness, micro contrast and color tonality finally became too thrilling to resist. It seems I've always wanted to open a file in PS that looks like these.
    Thanks for all your contributions.

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    Good luck with it Antara! Hope to see some of your experiences.

    Normally I would not Photograph these touristic Amsterdam icons but the light was just right.

    Michiel



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    The DP2M is now mainly used from our small tripod and is an integral part of our camera set.




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    A couple more familiar scenes from my backyard gorge shot with the DP2M on a small tripod. Click images below for larger (50%). Also, links to 50% shots taken at the same time with the Leica M-E with CV Nokton 40mm f/1.4.



    Leica M-E 40 Nokton

    A 3 shot stitch


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    A [email protected] photo for mystery buffs:



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    Got my DP2M yesterday. It's bigger than I expected but that's about the only surprise. I have had a SD9, SD14 and DP1X so I am used to Sigma quirks.

    Went out today and captured these...





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    From yesterday for the series.

    Michiel

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    Haven't been into the thread in a few days.

    Michiel, the Normandy shot is excellent. Even at web size the composition, colour and detail are wonderful. Good sky capture, as well.

    Corposant: likewise, beautiful sky and backlighting of foreground subject.

    Neil, third picture with the foreground grass is plain beautiful.

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    No wether to go out:
    A graphical in BW

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    I have been using M43 equipment for some time now and after following this thread for quite some time I've decided to invest in the DP2M.

    Here are a couple of shots I took this morning



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    Thank you, Louis!

    In Amsterdam they have a lot of bikes!

    Michiel

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    Re: Sigma DP2 Merrill shots



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    A photo of a walnut with the AML-2 attached on the DP2M


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    Re: Sigma DP2 Merrill shots

    Old Dutch twilight.

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    Michiel: superb ("Old Dutch twilight").

    @ W.Utsch: can you post an image of the Nodal Ninja 3 setup, please, and advise the setback you use to avoid parallax? I am looking at one of these myself.

    @ dtakias: can you advise maximum focussing distance with the closeup lens fitted, please? I have not been able to find that info anywhere. I have ordered one, yesterday.

    Finally, to Michiel: I will be posting some images from Sydney today; paying work has stopped playtime!

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    @ dtakias: can you advise maximum focussing distance with the closeup lens fitted, please? I have not been able to find that info anywhere. I have ordered one, yesterday.
    Between 19cm and 32cm. At least that's what the manual says. I can get fairly close but not too much. For the price I think it's worth it though.

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    @kit laughlin
    Here is my Nodal Ninja setup:


    DSC03462.jpg by W.Utsch, on Flickr


    DSC03463.jpg by W.Utsch, on Flickr

    Hardware: Nodal Ninja 3 (the 1. one), Novoflex Quick release, Novflex leveling head, Linhof tripod.

    The nodal point of the DP2M is about 3,2 cm from the center of the the tripod mount = the inner beginning of the focus ring at the lens.The camera set to this point works very good even with close objects. For landscape work the NP is not very important. The camera level is more important, so the horizon is straight.
    You don't need the leveling head and/or the quick release, but it is much easier and more convenient. As seen on the second pic the setup is really small and light - easy to carry. The NN is in the 2 small bags, the tripod here is a Cullmann.

    At the DP2M is a Milich Grip connected, which is a always on.


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    some first shots with my DP2...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ustein View Post
    I am checking out right now the Benro MeFoto A1350Q1A Travel Tripod With Ballhead

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    Benro MeFoto A1350Q1A Travel Tripod With Ballhead (Blue)

    Seems very sturdy fully extended for such a small tripod and fold down very small.
    I'd be very interested to hear what you think of this tripod after having used it with DP2M for a while. Is it a keeper ?
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    I keep it. It works fine for what I want. Get sharp images from DP2M, DP1M and E-M5.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kit laughlin View Post
    Michiel: superb ("Old Dutch twilight").

    @ W.Utsch: can you post an image of the Nodal Ninja 3 setup, please, and advise the setback you use to avoid parallax? I am looking at one of these myself.

    @ dtakias: can you advise maximum focussing distance with the closeup lens fitted, please? I have not been able to find that info anywhere. I have ordered one, yesterday.

    Finally, to Michiel: I will be posting some images from Sydney today; paying work has stopped playtime!
    I appreciated W.Utsch's photo of his Nodal Ninja setup. I have found, however, that it is more simple and even more stable to remove the vertical arm (once the nodal point has been established and marked) and use a clamp directly attached to the rotator arm. Here's an example using my earlier model Nodal Ninja:



    It makes for faster set up, and less to carry about. Since it is a fixed focal length lens it is easy to establish and mark the appropriate distance from the center of rotation for the camera. This, of course, assumes that one is doing single-row pans and not multi-row.

    Best regards,
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    Hi Rand,
    i have seen your setup in an other forum and loved it. I prefer single row panos as well.
    I have a similar Arca style clamp and the Milich L plate. However it is not possible to move the slider forward enough so the camera is moving around the nodal point. The turning knob of the NN gets in the way. I can see at you pic that the cam sits to far back.
    Have you a solution? I really loved to use your setup.
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    Hello W Utsch; you wrote:

    The nodal point of the DP2M is about 3,2 cm from the center of the the tripod mount = the inner beginning of the focus ring at the lens.
    Looking at your image above (not Rand's), you achieve the offset by how you positioned the camera on the top NN mount? This is a beautiful setup, and I will duplicate it but without the Novoflex levelling head (I will use a small ball-head instead) and I have a hotshoe level, too.

    Thanks for that!

    And to dtakias: thank you. Mine should arrive this week.

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    Re: Sigma DP2 Merrill shots

    Old Amsterdam.

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    OK, first for Michiel, a shop front I liked:



    And a shot of a gentleman while he was having coffee and reading the paper:



    And a crop of the actual pixels:



    And another shot of Syuu Chi:



    And actual pixels, unsharpened:



    and just to show you that I don't only like cats:



    And one with some local schoolchildren, SOOC:



    I have started working with the X-E1, too, and will show a few from this later.

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    Looking at your image above (not Rand's), you achieve the offset by how you positioned the camera on the top NN mount? This is a beautiful setup, and I will duplicate it but without the Novoflex levelling head (I will use a small ball-head instead) and I have a hotshoe level, too.
    Kit,
    to answer your question:
    Yes, you adjust for the nodal point by moving the cam on the upper rail. For multi row panos you tilt the upper row as needed.
    As written, i would like to use Rand's setup with just one rail, because it's elegant, lighter and easy, but i could not move the cam forward enough to the nodal point.

    BTW: Nice to see some people shots with the DP2M

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    Thank you, Kit, for this little tribute Glad you enjoy your camera!

    @ Louis, thanks for the kind words on the landscape!

    Guys, when i find the time I will take a shot of my pano setup.

    Best, Michiel

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    @Michiel:
    Looking forward to se your pano setup.
    Your last pic of "Old Amsterdam" is fantastic, allow me a tribute to you and A'dam in this forum, even its not taken by an DP2M (sorry guys) but by Leica M8 and Nocti:


    L1000170.jpg by W.Utsch, on Flickr

    The city in winter is very special, so i try to travel there as often as possible! Michiel, i think you know that shop!
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    Yes she is a fomous lingerie designer and every man should know her

    Next time you come to Amsterdam give me a PM and we can have a beer and look around. That is if I am ther of course.

    Here is my setup for Pano's. It is a bit heavy but I could get this Roundabout NP for a good price. I think I can hang an MF camera on it as well.
    I must say that I do most simple pano's out of hand because I like to saunter about light

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    Excuse me for the colours but I just try to make an artwork out of everything
    (The second one is also shot with the NEX, I don't have two Merrills)

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    Michiel:

    Thanks for the friendly invitation, i will remember when i come next time to Amsterdam.

    Panohead looks very "solid" indeed. Heavy to carry? Had a Manfrotto big as yours for the 5DII before. I am glad about the light NN and DP2M setup right now. Fits in a very small bag.

    Will try freehand (landscape) panos as well - pretty bad, wet, cold,dark...weather right now...keeps me from going out.

    Posted 3 more from Amsterdam and the seaside at the Leica forum if you want to have a look:

    http://forum.getdpi.com/forum/leica-...tml#post472642

    I always enjoy and admire your posts: Great work - keep on posting...

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    Ok, I'll go on posting
    Here is a compleetly normal situation, but this camera does make it look special to my eyes.

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    Greetings from the snowy Zurich area.
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    Grabbed an hour out for the first time in ages today. I took my DP2M and my X-Pro 1. The former was the one that begged to be used the most ...



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    This is from today, enjoy...
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    And two more:



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    Kiev, Ukraine

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    Kiev 2
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    Another "Old Amsterdam"

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    I don't print nearly enough, in fact very rarely. I think that needs to change, so I have been trawling through my 'back catalog' in search of something suitable. Apart from having a moment of general angst, wherein I can't find anything 'suitable', I also realise that none of them match the technical glory (leaving aside any general lack of photographic or artistic merit) of the few Merrill shots I have taken.

    It's as if all my previous cameras (or my technique therewith) had 'focus issues'. That can't be true can it ? What am I to do - I have 3K worth of Fuji X-Pro looking like it's going to gather dust ...?



    I quite like the Monochrome option from SPP too, quite often by decreasing exposure and increasing contrast (such that would be too wild for the colour version):



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    It does nice colour too ...



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    Re: Sigma DP2 Merrill shots

    A higher (but not full) resolution version of #1143 here, reprocessed and slightly cropped.

    The trees at full resolution have to be seen to be believed. Works well rezzed up to near 60mp.

    Kiev City treeline and snow
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    Beautiful shot as always Quentin. I'm curious about how you processed it differently the second time around. There's quite a difference between the two.

    I shot in Kiev 20 years ago. It'd be interesting to see how it's changed.

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