The Sigma DP1 Merrill is a compact camera with APS-C (1.5x) sensor and 15.4 megapixels manufactured from 2012 to 2014 (discontinued). The range of sensitivities, including ISO extension, is 100 - 6400 ISO and it has a continuous shooting (burst mode) of 4 FPS. The average price, when it has been added to the JuzaPhoto database, is 504 €;
11 users have given it an average vote of 9.3 out of 10
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Pros:Compactness, quality 'extreme image, black and white at the top today.
Cons:difficulty 'to use for novices but also those who practice for years photography, high / iso average yield, slowness, difficulty' raw development, to ta slow performance, battery autonomy.
Opinion:Let's start off by saying .. with a battery up to 100 photos and 'fortuna.rnrnFare a photo well exposed, and' from operating professionisti.rnrnLentezza also to write a single file .. 5 7 secondi.rnrnlente not at the top as dp2 sister never sell '.. and so the edges do not excellent as the center except by f4 in poi.rnrnA aside .. and the obvious use to max iSO 640, and' like having an average inca..ta formed in the black box ready to be scary if properly used and will seem 'not bad online publishing photos at full resolution or not print them in maximum size .. we talk about quality' extreme even crop as 300 or 400% .. things that current ff you dream excluded some but never above the maximum pari.rnrnBianco and black .. well what to say, tHE bLACK aND wHITE ammenicoli no filters or other various things, just as it does the leica M but with ossibility 'to choose which filter layer use. .rnrnPost .. well enjoy the online guides' cause NEED to have the famous file! rnrnSiete ready to fight for photos, when they can, stratospheric? comprateveone of them, IF YOU FIND! : Drnrn rn
Cons:Battery, operating slowly (but is not necessarily a "counter")
Opinion:What to say? Outstanding photo machine. excelled Foveon sensor, results comparable to 10 times its price machines ... Even at high ISO results of note (provided you go via software), the use for photos street with excellent results. I've had little time and I saw first-hand the quality of the files of this little monster. I'm becoming almost dependent .....
Pros:sensor, megapixel (in some cases), compactness, great in cases of good light
Cons:ergonomic, plastic, megapixel (in some cases), f slow, not performance at low light
Opinion:Someone called it a black box with a sensor inside. Perfect description. The Foveon is something exceptional, the file produced pretty good, that rivals the best SLR. I use it for long exposures, with a good filter can hold up to 9.8 seconds of opening (not more you can go). rnInadatta for portraits in low light as photos street, its slowness AF is embarrassing in some places. But for landscape photos it is really excellent. rnInsomma is a machine that is used to some things and avoided by others. rnIo me I hold tight!
Pros:Image quality, compact size, colors, black / white, materials, brightness
Cons:Slow operation, battery not up, from compact ergonomics, software sigma very slow
Opinion:The Foveon sensor is a standing ovation, its performance at low ISO simply questioning years and years spent in the pursuit of perfection of the Bayer sensor. What is a Bayer sensor that boasts decades of development when there is the Foveon that already from its earliest versions sweeps away every competitor? Because the sensor Bayer snaps safely beyond the 400ISO? Perhaps the answer is more just this, but those who REALLY need to go beyond the 400ISO in their photographic style? Because if we stay in this range ISO supremacy of the Foveon is embarrassing. The colors, the nuances, the details are at such levels that the Nikon D800E lion turns into a cuddly kitten when compared with the "pocket" DP Merrill. So this DP1 Merrill is destined to reinvent the photography and wipe out what on the market today? No, I would not say ... The quality of the sensor causes disbelief to monitor and absolute devotion in print but then you have to makeaccounts on the defects or the "compromise." DP Merrill cameras (all three) suffer from the same problems: they are slow in AF, are slow to write the files, the rear monitor is just decent, the batteries in the summer makes a hundred shots and less in winter, from 800ISO up is worse than the results of the phones, the software Sigma for processing RAW (the only one who can read) has elementary functions and is a slow disarming. And then there is the worst flaw: once saw a file processed by Foveon unlikely you will watch the files of your sensors "traditional" with the same eyes as before ... forewarned ... I conclude by mentioning also the white / black: These machines seems made for BW! The files are even more amazing than in color and, using the blue channel, you can have excellent results even at ISO6400!
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