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    Nice to see this thread gaining speed.



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    Re: Sigma DP3M

    just a couple from the newcomer
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    Here's another shot in full size and full of detail with fissures and cracks ... to make the pixel peepers out there very happy:



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    Just testing the marumi close up on the dp3...very impressed,just a quick snap of a tiny piece of moss on garden table


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    Quote Originally Posted by lesilent View Post
    I really like DSCF0169vog-2 !

    so much "feel" to it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by StuartH View Post
    Just testing the marumi close up on the dp3...very impressed,just a quick snap of a tiny piece of moss on garden table

    Which Marumi are you using- the achromat 3 or the "standard"?

    Thanks

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    I am using the marumi 200 which is the +5 one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by StuartH View Post
    WOW!
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    There is something strange going over the face of the dog

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    Yeah just seen that!..weird.?? Wonder if I accidently dragged the clone tool over it as I removed some eye boogers and distracting hair

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    Heres a slightly wider crop but cant see mark on this one..very strange! I did look at reflection in his eye and thought it looked strange.


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    Stuart:
    The images of your dog reminded me of what the Sigma DPMs are capable of. The 3D dimensionality that comes through even with a web JPEG is simply amazing. My Sigma DP2 sits there gathering dust because of the awful workflow with the Sigma software and the battery life. Such a shame that Sigma can't get Phase One or Adobe to handle their files.
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    Thankyou much appreciated.

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    Sigma DP3M - She's not the prettiest cat in the world but she is my cat.

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    Grand Canyon sunrise- as good as it got- sun never came out, clouds came down.
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    MR.C.SMITH PAINTER, POET.


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    Re: Sigma DP3M

    Anyone have any recommendations for Polarizing filters for the DP3m? I'm considering the Hoya PRO1 digital filter, seems a good balance of quality and price, but do any of you with a DP3m use a filter you can recommend?

    I've noticed that the LH3-01 hood that I have for the camera is threaded to take a filter, but I don't know what the thread size is and can't find out....any ideas anyone? I know the actual lens thread is 52mm dia. but any clue what the thread of the hood is?

    Also, another filter question....a lot of people seem to sit on the fence with U.V filters and digital, and personally I'm inclined to agree that they only serve any real purpose when shooting with film.....BUT, a lot of Merrill fans seem to use UV Heliopan SH-PMC filters with 'strong recommendation' and I'm not entirely sure why? If its a case of protection....thats not something i'd ever subscribe to unless facing sea spray or grit at a car rally (for example) but I'd be very interested to see any actual real life examples of shots taken with and without U.V filters by comparison on the DP3m, just to see if there are actually any colour / contrast gains to be made?

    P.S, I'm not U.V bashing so please lets not start a huge argument for and against, I'd rather people using the filters just display their results if possible....I'm really intrigued!

    Thanks!

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    The thread at the end of the LH3-01 hood is 62mm.

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    A bunch of BW dog pictures with the DP3M:


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    _SDI0470 by El Sauza, on Flickr


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    An image from last fall in Red Deer, Alberta.

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    Auricula - plants raised by my wife - who incidentally writes a well received blog on gardening and is a recognised internet expert on hyacinths and bulb forcing.

    DP3M shots - the last one repeated to show how the gorgeous bokeh becomes even more gorgeous at f3.2.







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    Quote Originally Posted by Sauza View Post
    A bunch of BW dog pictures with the DP3M:


    _SDI0350 by El Sauza, on Flickr


    _SDI0438 by El Sauza, on Flickr


    _SDI0470 by El Sauza, on Flickr


    _SDI0334 by El Sauza, on Flickr
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    One sharp...



    and one blurry, yet beautiful

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    Can someboby please help me to upload pics so that they appear in the forum without having to click a link?

    Thanks,

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    Quote Originally Posted by camheart View Post
    Can someboby please help me to upload pics so that they appear in the forum without having to click a link?

    Thanks,

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    http://www.getdpi.com/forum/1081-post4.html

    Your image needs to be on another website, or in the gallery on this site, so it can be linked into a post for view (without clicking on it).
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    I will try that Darr. Thanks

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    Just place my DP3 order.
    Hope to be posting here soon!

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    Spring time !





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    The problem with the DP3M is every time you shoot flowers you get WOW! shots. The world does not need more flower shots but I just can't resist...

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    Train Cars, Early County, Georgia
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    Hello Guys. Nice photos lately. Lets shoot

    A little story about a special DP3m HERE


    BIGGER HERE
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    Moving Connection

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    Re: Sigma DP3M

    I think the DP3M offers the colors of the SD15 and the detail of the SD1, so I think it's hard to go wrong. Also, I think it is the best of the DPxM series in terms of image quality, but that is a matter of opinion (same as everything else in this post).

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    Atom -

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    Great stuff from Hulyss and Dar Almeda!

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    One of the weirder public displays atop the Vanguard building tower, adjacent to the A40 near Hanger Lane, London. Vanguard are well known for visual stunts like this which the past have included inflatable panoramas of the London skyline and RAF jet fighters. This is Vanguard's memorial to the anniversary of the first world war. It is not a real tank but a lifesize replica - up close (as close as one can get) it still looks authentic.
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    Two shoots at 33Mp - no adjustments. I do not put here the original files it bug the forum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hulyss Bowman View Post
    Two shoots at 33Mp - no adjustments. I do not put here the original files it bug the forum.

    http://www.hulyssbowman.com/Savings/Flo.jpg

    http://www.hulyssbowman.com/Savings/Cat.jpg
    Wonderful detail in these shots. I have a cat that is 23 years-old and looks like that Siamese kitty, but skinnier.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hulyss Bowman View Post
    Two shoots at 33Mp - no adjustments. I do not put here the original files it bug the forum.

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    http://www.hulyssbowman.com/Savings/Cat.jpg
    Wonderful, wonderful shots. You really know how to exploit the virtues of the DP3M.

    If only Sigma could give us a DPxM camera with even an optional EVF I would be happier.

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    For $199, I bought this: Hoodman Custom Finder Kit for 3.0-3.2" Camera LCD HCFN B&H

    It's quite nice, and lets you really push the camera against your eye to hold the camera steady, and offers a nice view of the LCD, though I don't go hand-held very often.
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    Windy Sunset
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    Nice shoot darr !

    You will start to enjoy a bit more long exposure and foveon The more you expose the better it is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by biglouis View Post
    Wonderful, wonderful shots. You really know how to exploit the virtues of the DP3M.

    If only Sigma could give us a DPxM camera with even an optional EVF I would be happier.

    LouisB
    Who needs Sigma to do it.

    I bought the Xitek and now I have that EVF.

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