The Sigma DP0 Quattro is a compact camera with APS-C (1.5x) sensor and 19.6 megapixels manufactured from 2015. The range of sensitivities, including ISO extension, is 100 - 6400 ISO. The average price, when it has been added to the JuzaPhoto database, is 984 €;
15 users have given it an average vote of 9.5 out of 10
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Cons:if used for the purpose for which it was conceived, only the lack of a standard viewfinder and fixed screen
Opinion:Purchased a year ago, intrigued by the Foveon sensor and its unusual shape. I'm a guy who likes to change a lot while having firm points. Well, this, loving landscape photos is a staple. The files it returns there is no Bayer sensor that can stand the comparison. The optics are also excellent, zero distortion and sharpness excellent at all diaphragms and even at the edges. Attention, only at 100 iso and with easel, if you are going to use it differently it is not the machine for you. With her you are only dating when you have the time to do everything very calmly, it is a type of photography that I like, I love the photos taken at dawn and she is a teacher in this. Also worth mentioning is the black and white in the car, difficult to explain, but really unsurpassed. The controls of the machine are very intuitive, few, essential, the ones you need, you do not need to read the instruction manual. Those who are passionate about the landscape, in my opinion, should give us a thought, they will not regret it, I am sure, without prejudice to the above. The battery life is poor, although compared to the old Sigma there is no comparison and still has the second standard battery that is put in the shoulder strap of the machine thanks to a built-in battery port. Finally, a function that generates a file that ranges from 300 to 500 mega, workable only with the special sigma program, it will take three to 5 minutes to take a photo (you have read it well) but then, well, when you work you will be breathless, literally. I forgot, get ready to hear you often ask the question "what machine is it?", its shape is really unusual, but on the stand it is perfect, really thought out well. I would have liked to have had an adjustable monitor, also because you will often use it resting on the ground, or with a small static and with the fixed screen is not the maximum.
Opinion:To tame it you need to know it, enter a "old style" conception of photography, then goodbye to frenzy, to "everything and immediately", to "shots on the fly". To give the best it needs light (read ETTR), but above all of "good light". Easel or mini stand is obligatory.rnRegala the awareness that in a bag in which to cram batteries, filters and mini tripod you have the camera "finedimondo" for landscapes.rnThe shape is unusual, but fortunately I like it as well ' is; the functionality management menu is essential, for me a real plus, you can quickly learn the four things on the cross that you need to know to set it up.rnPossibility of shooting at high resolution (SFD) and saving RAW in DNG; to get the maximum must necessarily use the proprietary software Sigma Photo Pro at least for the conversion of native raw (.x3f), but being able to get a DNG directly in the car is a comfortable alternativeativa.rnI've bought with his loupe (LVF-01) to avoid the lack of a viewfinder, the size increases but at least you have the exact perception of how you are composing the photo.rnE 'an extraordinary camera, even a bargain if you consider the quality of the files in relation to its cost! rnBe must pay attention to autofocus, on some occasions I deceived.rnFor ISO: I do not think I've ever taken over 100, for me you could save this voice of menu; D
Cons:High non-existent iso, no integrated viewfinder
Opinion:Complicated review for a car to be loved or not to bear. I start by saying that the files that generate low ISO (and I mean just 100 ISO) are amazing. The reaction to the first opening of a file is a lowered jaw: infinite detail and colors to my great look (except the incarnate, not very good but not born for that). The opposite is that as soon as ISO is up, from 200, quality degrades very fast. I clarify: the ISO 200s are usable and the 400 probably can satisfy, but knowing what it returns to 100, it seems to me to waste the shot. The obvious consequence is that it is a highly reasoned photo camera that ideally goes hand in hand with the easel, so it is not suitable for a photography that is not strictly photographic (although a gorillapod always in his pocket gives great satisfaction ). The quality of the lens is spectacular.rn Operating speed: low. Long memorization, slow autofocus (but discrete buffer, no shots are lost). indeMy mirrorless rule. Strange ergonomics, but all in all nice.rnI agree that if you love to take your time, use stools and filters, wait for the good light to snap, this car is a must have and you will find yourself adoring it. On the contrary, it did not plan to buy it as a "traveling" or on-the-fly landscaping machine: in that case the limits will really bother you. RnPs: if your genre is the landscape, this is a Bayer with a bright lens and you can rest assured life.
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