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    DP1 iso 3200 B&W shots.

    Here's a link to some B&W shots with the DP1 at iso 3200.

    http://www.rytterfalk.com/

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    Re: DP1 iso 3200 B&W shots.

    Quote Originally Posted by tmessenger View Post
    Here's a link to some B&W shots with the DP1 at iso 3200.

    http://www.rytterfalk.com/

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    It looks good but from the text I could not tell if those two B&W shots were made with an SD14 or DP-1. I thought the DP-1 only went up to like ISO 800 or 1600

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    Re: DP1 iso 3200 B&W shots.

    Those photos on his site are made with the SD14. Check it here http://www.rytterfalk.com/2008/02/13...-iso3200-6400/

    It is correct that the DP1 is limited to ISO 800. See the explanation here on how he does it http://forums.dpreview.com/forums/re...ssage=27024706.

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    Re: DP1 iso 3200 B&W shots.

    Wouter, thanks for the explanation. my head was hurting trying figure this out.

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    Re: DP1 iso 3200 B&W shots.

    Those two b&w shots are made with the DP-1.

    Ouch, this is seriously lovely quality. It's the possibility of somewhat shallower DOF, when needed/wanted, that especially appeals to me.

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    Re: DP1 iso 3200 B&W shots.

    These are looking fantastic... very tempting!

    Kind Regards

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    Re: DP1 iso 3200 B&W shots.

    Um, if I am not mistaken, per the link Wouter posted the 3200 shots were not really made with the DP-1

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    Re: DP1 iso 3200 B&W shots.

    Affirmative Lili. Those photos were made with the Sigma SD14, but give an impression of the DP1 might be capable of. Both cameras share the same sensor. Carl Rytterfalk received a Sigma DP1 from Sigma. He posted new images on his site http://www.rytterfalk.com/2008/03/04...d-mixed-light/.

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    Re: DP1 iso 3200 B&W shots.

    Sorry... I thought you meant the two black & white images further up with the milk bottle and the kids at the computer (both of which were probably posted well after you asked the question!)
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    Re: DP1 iso 3200 B&W shots.

    Those two B&W photos are made with the DP1. So you are right too Kai.

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    Re: DP1 iso 3200 B&W shots.

    w00t!!!!!
    Then it is definitely very interesting!

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