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His name is "arcaswissi" and here is his newborn DP3 gallery :"great lens like DP2M. Even less chrom. aberr. with 2.8. Very balanced in the hand"
That's good to know. Did what I thought was an exhaustive search for the hood last night and couldn't find anything other than the LH-3 name for it. I'll wait for it like I did for the hoods for the 1 & 2.Yes
I go take my DP Monday afternoon. Thing is that the Lens hood will have some delay, it will be in stock around the 15th of March so don't worry if you can't buy it now.
If it wasn't as sharp as the DP2 Merrill, I wouldn't buy it at all. I say the lens is even better than the DP2m, ending in less chroma derivations over the frame.Guess we'll find out soon enough if the DP3 is as sharp as the DP2.
If it is I see no point to having both.
I'll probably wind up w. a DP1 and either the 2 or 3.
If the 3 turns out as good as the 2 I like the 28-75 range I'd have between the 1 and 3.
That would cover 95% of my needs.
Looking forward to hearing the reports on the 3's sharpness throughout the frame, and how well it compares w the 2.
Remember it's ISO 4000. I am not selecting noise reduction but there may be some or just the way the data is at that ISO. Some of the noise and the way the tones are take a toll.Hey Ricardo, thanks for posting. The second shot looks kind of blurred. Did it misfocus on the hand? Hard to believe it's motion blur since the shutter speed is 1/2000.