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    Re: Sigma DP0 Quattro shots

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    RSC Tower, Stratford upon Avon

    I really like that shot Steve. Great shot for that 21mm lens/perspective.

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    Thanks Gary. Here is another, again with the shadow from the tree and this time with the tree.

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    the perspective distortion from tilting the camera is a problem, how does this poor girl look like

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    Quote Originally Posted by foveon View Post
    the perspective distortion from tilting the camera is a problem, how does this poor girl look like
    Ah well, nowt can be done about it and part of the fun with wide angles. The building also tapers which adds to the weird effect.

    I'm playing with the dp0 Quattro in various situations to try and get the best out of it. After all, it and the other two Quattros (which I don't own) have been on the receiving end of some pretty strong criticism; more correctly, the sensors have been on the receiving end. This may well be very fair but I would find it surprising that Sigma released the Q knowing it was worse than the M.
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    Walking in the winter forest. 4. Novosibirsk suburb. Panorama 6 vertical photos. Feb 11, 2016. Sigma dp0 Quattro.
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    Some interesting clouds.



    And another with a touch of frost in the valley.

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    Quote Originally Posted by furtle View Post
    Ah well, nowt can be done about it and part of the fun with wide angles..
    step back and dont tilt^^

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    Quote Originally Posted by foveon View Post
    step back and dont tilt^^
    Yep could do that but I would have had loads of unwanted stuff in the foreground. It is surprising how easy it is to get the verticals wonky even with a tiny bit of upwards tilt of the camera. I used to have a Xpan and that had a spirit level on the hot shoe. I really loved that camera but the DP0 Q is better.
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    More architecture with the DP0:





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    Footpath in winter forest. Novosibirsk suburb. Feb 14, 2016. Sigma dp0 Quattro.
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    Not sure if this is acceptable etiquette and if not I'll delete this post. I have just listed my dp0 Quattro for sale in the Buy & Sell Forum.

    Sigma dp0 Quattro for sale - UK based
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    Not sure if this is acceptable etiquette and if not I'll delete this post. I have just listed my dp0 Quattro for sale in the Buy & Sell Forum.

    Sigma dp0 Quattro for sale - UK based
    May i ask why do you want to sell the DP0Q?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stoneage View Post
    May i ask why do you want to sell the DP0Q?
    Hi Stoneage, I tend to only ever take one camera with me when I'm out and about and I find the dp0 too restrictive. Certainly when photoing people, friends etc. My Epson R-D1 is a more go to fun camera. So,the dp0 sits unused nearly all the time. Thanks. Steve
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    The camera is now sold.
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    ref post 106: What is this line?
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    Quote Originally Posted by foveon View Post
    ref post 106: What is this line?
    I would say, a condensation trail, and maybe its shadow.

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    Yep, vapour trail. Plus a complex cloudscape brewing
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    A Sigma dp0 Quattro photo of some swans for your inspection, shot at 1/320 sec, f13, AE = 0, ISO 200. The camera has the latest firmware. SPP = Ver 6.3.2 All SPP setting are centred and both noise are far left buttons. This photo is not for artistic merit (pretty much goes for all my pics )

    Exported from SPP to jpeg and sized for uploading here in Lightroom with no adjustments. Below are some Lightroom 100% screen grabs.

    Here is the original Sigma raw file to download if you wish: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/...7/SDIM1020.X3F



    and the 100% screen grabs are below:







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    OK, Sigma DP0Q ownership take two. Prices have now come down to a more reasonable level in the UK, especially with a £125 cashback. A camera store in the UK is rolling out the kit with the viewfinder for GBP699 (PM me if you want to know who, I am not here to advertise for them), so with cashback, I decided to have another go.

    I do wonder if Sigma have slipstreamed in changes to the firmware and I am using SPP 6.3.3. First shots are very encouraging. I have never had anything against the lens which I bet is one of the best 21mm available in any format. It has always been an issue of noise at low levels and blown highlights.

    First shots are very encouraging, at least I think so. I so want this camera to work

    All shots were on a tripod.

    For this shot I used manual mode at f10 and with a Lee 0.6 soft ND grad.


    This is three exposures, bracketed (-1,0,+1) and then merged in LR using HDR Effex from NIK (now free!).


    This is a depth of field test.


    This is also a bracketed shot and further processed in ColorEffex.
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    Taken this morning in Spitalfields, one of the entrance gates. The gate is named in remembrance of the Spitfire which was paid for by the traders of Spitalfields Market during the war.

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    Honington bridge, Warwickshire. I've re processed a pic from last summer. Different settings and better.

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    Narrow Boat Numpties. Another from last year and re processed.



    Canal Boat Muppetry Part 2

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    Spring in the valley of forest brook. Novosibirsk suburb. Panorama 4 vertical photos. Apr 14, 2016. Sigma dp0 Quattro.
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    At the river. The last sunset rays. Novosibirsk suburb. Sep 17, 2015. Sigma dp0 Quattro.
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    Rusty chain.
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    Royal Shakespeare Company Theatre, Stratford upon Avon
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    Patience

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    Whichford Wood, Warwickshire

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    At the branch of Ob river. High water. Novosibirsk suburb. Panorama 9 vertical photos. May 05, 2016. Sigma dp0 Quattro.
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    Very well done.

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    At the branch of Ob river. High water. Novosibirsk suburb. Panorama 9 vertical photos. May 05, 2016. Sigma dp0 Quattro.
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    Ronda, Ronda, Andalucía, Spain

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    Ickleton, Cambridgeshire.

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    I wanted to share one of my shots with the Dp0 using the profoto b1 and qflash.

    Model/Cosplay https://www.facebook.com/aranel0cosplay/?pnref=story

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    Last one from Ronda Spain

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    Ickleton Village Church, Cambridgeshire. DP0Q. Three capture HDR conversion in LR.

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    Sorry for the big blank space a couple of posts above. I cannot see how to remove or edit my post.

    Anyhow, here is the pic I wanted to replace it with. The same but taken at a more open shutter and I think it is better as is the composition.

    Puente Nuevo Bridge, completed 1793, Ronda, Andalusia, Spain



    According to Hemingway, Fascists were thrown off this bridge during the Spanish Civil War. It's a long way down.

    To me it looks like a Thunderbirds scene...
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    12 shot pano (4 sets of 3 shots processed to HDR in LR and then joined in a AutoPano).

    Village Church, Ickleton, Cambridgeshire.

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    Re: Sigma DP0 Quattro shots

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    Puente Nuevo Bridge, completed 1793, Ronda, Andalusia, Spain
    Fifteen(!) years ago we stayed in the Parador - that building on the far left. Quite dramatic scenery, which you captured beautifully.

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    NGS Day, Honington, Warwickshire. Bit of a muggy, grey day for photos.

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    This summer continues to be awful in the UK for photography. I hate shooting grey skies all the time. It also means I have not had a lot of opportunity to use the DP0Q. The back garden in bloom after another downpour.



    another playing around with the depth of field and a bee

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    4 shot panorama processed in LR6.6
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    dp0 out of its comfort zone. ISO 800 at 1/30 sec. Taken last January.

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    Near 100% crop. dp0 processed using SPP 6.4.0

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    Camden Lock

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    Borage Fields and bee keepers just in shot

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    Finally managed to get firmware updated and take a few test shots, in between rain showers (always rains on new camera days). This was using fw 1.01 and processing in SPP 6.4. Nice lens, but camera is an ergonomic abomination.

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    Camden Redevelopment - shot through a gap in the security fence this shows the area in front of the old railway viaduct which is going to be transformed into 'Hawley Wharf' and hopefully regenerate the area. In the background you can just see the 'egg cup' details on what was the 'Good Morning' TV studios and is now MTV (which is itself being extensively added to).

    HDR shot from a 3 burst auto bracket (hand held).

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    Two shots taken this afternoon at the Ithaca Farmers market with the DP0Q.



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    One more monochrome image from the Farmers Market.

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    FOV Classic Blue



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