I've read many of the comments here and on other websites about the Sigma Quattros vs the Merrills, both pros and cons. I'll admit that I'm still confused re whether the Quattros have that Foveon "magic" (micro-contrast etc) which set the Merrills apart from the crowded field of other digital cameras.
I have all three DP Merrills. I love the images and I am not at all bothered by their well known operational quirks.
Recently, I have been tempted to get a Quattro (probably the DP2Q, since I use my DP2M most often). The current $300 price reduction has prompted me to seriously consider it again.
For those of you who have owned/used both the Merrill and Quattro, what is your current view? I have no desire to part with my Merrills, just wondering if it is worth adding a Quattro to my camera bag. I primarily use the Merrills for shooting landscapes etc and I like to make prints that are 13x19 or 17x22.
Eagle River, Alaska
Death Valley National Park, Mesquite Dunes and Panamint Mountains, DP2M