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Sigma DP2 Quattro : Specifications and Opinions


Sigma DP2 Quattro


The Sigma DP2 Quattro is a compact camera with APS-C (1.5x) sensor and 19.6 megapixels manufactured from 2014. The range of sensitivities, including ISO extension, is 100 - 6400 ISO. The average price, when it has been added to the JuzaPhoto database, is 800 €;
17 users have given it an average vote of 9.4 out of 10


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 Sensor
 Format   APS-C (1.5x)
 Resolution   19.6 megapixel
 ISO sensitivities   100 - 6400
 File formats   JPEG, RAW

 Esposure
 Shutter speeds   30" - 1/2000
 Exp. compensation   +/- 3 stops at 1/3 steps
 Exp. modes   M, S, A, P
 Metering modes   Multi-Area, Semi-Spot, Spot

 Features
 Stabilization   No
 Autofocus (AF areas)   9
 Continuos shooting   FPS
 Live View   Yes
 Dust reduction   Not needed (it is a fixed-lens camera)
 Video mode  
 WiFi   No
 GPS   No

 Built and notes
 Lens   30.0mm f/2.8  (45mm equiv.)
 Min. focus distance   0.28 meters
 Touchscreen   No
 LCD   3.0", 640 x 480 pixels, fixed
 Viewfinder   No viewfinder
 Flash   No
 Storage   SD, SDHC, SDXC
 Storage, Slot 2   not available
 Battery   Li-Ion (Sigma BP-51, capacity 8.70 Wh)
 Weather sealing   No
 Weight   400 g
 Dimensions   161 x 67 x 81 mm

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avatarjunior
sent on December 18, 2018

Pros: Amazing quality of the files, black in stratospheric room, price (especially of the used), construction materials, simplicity of the menu and of the controls, lightness.

Cons: Battery life, lack of viewfinder (I recommend buying the Loupe), needs good light. The Sigma Photo Pro program lacks some useful features like cutter and perspective correction.

Opinion: The Sigma Dp2 Quattro is the camera that most of all amazed me. The quality of the file leaves an open mouth, absolutely another thing compared to rooms emblazoned with Bayer sensor. The images are three-dimensional, detailed, microcontrastate, that's what I've been looking for. They have a vintage aftertaste because they resemble the best photos taken in film. The machine is located with the Loupe (the viewfinder that hooks up on the rear, useful in strong light condition) to 800 euros and is already a bargain. On the used market the average price of the room alone is approximately 500 euro. The defects are those of the Foveon sensor: operational slowness (but in the daytime you can use it very well for street), battery life (having two is the minimum), maybe ergonomics (but then you get used to). Nothing really compares to the X3F (the Sigma raw file) that it churn out. You can shoot in jpg with good results but to get the top is advisable to shoot at 100 ISO. The raw works only with the Sigma program (Sigma Photo Pro) which is slow but essential.

avatarjunior
sent on October 18, 2018

Pros: Unreachable file quality for any Bayer camera (APSC or FF that is), ergonomics, build quality and optics

Cons: Suitable only for certain types of photos, high ISO bad, autonomy

Opinion: I have this car for a few days and I started to test it recently. What I'm going to say is that for the kind of photos that I usually do (landscaping, flowers, some portrait set) is a kind of holy grail. I would probably get the same results with a medium format (Hasselblad or Fuji or Pentax that are) but what Costs, weights and dimensions? On the Foveon sensor have been written in the network millions of words, measurements and technical data but for me what counts is the result, and the result when used in the areas for which it is conceived is amazing in terms of definition and naturalness of colors. As they have already written is suitable for a meditated and reasoned Photograph: it takes you to regain a way of doing analogue photography, where every shot is thought and desired and I find it a good one. We live in an era where we can shoot at 30 fps to have 30 usually mediocre shots to choose from and lose hours to fix that less worse than the others. Why? If you are looking for a light machine, small with a particular ergonomics but that I find comfortable and that will make you discover or rediscover the taste of "photographing" (write with the light) This is the machine for you. I suggest you buy your Galilean ovf or the visor to be applied to the LCD (expensive and cumbersome). As a last remark I can only tell you to try it if you have occasion, maybe you hate it and will not do for you but if you like what you do will soon become a drug...... I would say that it is a machine for amateurs, I do not see it in the hands of professionals (maybe only for those who do landscaping) or buff of the forced tarocloading (pp as if there was a tomorrow). Last remark: The lens is excellent and thought to be coupled to this sensor. Quality of German tradition (Leitz and Zeiss just to say a couple) really made in Japan.

avatarjunior
sent on August 28, 2015

Pros: File quality unattainable, excellent materials, unconventional forms.

Cons: It depends, if you need one offering means that you will not find major flaws in this camera. Single point, perhaps, on handling: better of the previous series but not absolute, certainly migliorabile.rnOttica fixed may be a limite.rn

Opinion: It 's always difficult to review consistent and that can be useful to someone, so it's the first time I wanted to review this Sigma dedico.rnHo us because we always talk so much of DP series and sometimes unflattering tones due to some home choices Sigma.rnAppurata the absolute quality of the file that is able to generate, I think criticism of this system can be moved only by those who do not consider carefully what you take home with less than 1000 €. I think it is when the system closer to analog that a mere mortal could meet for hands, with results straordinari.rnE absolutely 'true, despite being extensively updated, it is still not lightning but a "snapshot rational" (this should be using it), this is not a limite.rnCredo that if it was as fast as a reflex of the last generation and had interchangeable lenses, everyone would possess one, with huge soddisfazione.rnL'ergonomia improved and thiorabile. I guess it really depends on the size of the hands, in Japan probably very small in view of the handle, however I do not think a great extent and shape of the camera is absolutely pleasant whole once made eye (I liked immediately even if it is the last thing to consider assuming the desire to consider it) .rnPer my part I can only advise to all, above all for those who print. The results will sorprendenti.rn

avatarsenior
sent on June 10, 2015

Pros: File stratospheric

Cons: general slowness

Opinion: arrived today, oddly shaped but very beautiful, autofocus enough, in low light environment with a little effort 'but if we are willing to tolerate a slightly mechanical' slow, I must say that I have never seen a file so beautiful, so defined, stratospheric I have a Fuji xt1 16-55 with 2.8 to 100 ISO but does not compare with sigma, in a word never seen a sensor so beautiful. I can just post some photos.

Photos taken with Sigma DP2 Quattro

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04
by Volver
19 comments, 2927 views  
HI RES 31.9 MP

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The last salt workers.
by Volver
15 comments, 4133 views  
HI RES 19.6 MP

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Jôf di Montasio - Julian Alps - Italy
by Roberto Degli Uomini
45 comments, 923 views  
HI RES 19.6 MP

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The last salt workers.
by Volver
14 comments, 2481 views  
HI RES 19.6 MP

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Gordon
by Emanuele Scarlatta
3 comments, 2922 views  
HI RES 10.3 MP

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Cala Evening On The Lake
by Paolo Gualandris
27 comments, 2114 views  
HI RES 51.7 MP



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A soft sun
by Paddy59
35 comments, 1407 views  
HI RES 31.7 MP

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Orrido dello Slizza - Tarvisio - Italy
by Roberto Degli Uomini
19 comments, 483 views  
HI RES 18.3 MP

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Portrait of salt workers.
by Volver
12 comments, 1802 views  
HI RES 19.6 MP

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Keuekenhof Colors
by Paolo Gualandris
11 comments, 973 views  
HI RES 7.6 MP

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01
by Volver
3 comments, 1578 views  
HI RES 7.3 MP

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03.
by Volver
9 comments, 2000 views  
HI RES 43.4 MP

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05.
by Volver
4 comments, 1657 views  
HI RES 6.6 MP

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Between heaven and earth.
by Volver
8 comments, 1451 views  
HI RES 19.6 MP

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Rock, water and ice
by Roberto Degli Uomini
16 comments, 443 views  
HI RES 19.6 MP

Foto
Kissed by the sun
by Paddy59
22 comments, 1361 views  
HI RES 30.2 MP

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Lake Garda
by Paddy59
7 comments, 1757 views
Foto
04.
by Volver
3 comments, 1340 views
Foto
017. Time zone Italy / France
by Volver
5 comments, 1083 views  
HI RES 39.7 MP

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Untitled Photo
by Arconudo
9 comments, 234 views
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Lake Garda
by Paddy59
14 comments, 1786 views  
HI RES 20.4 MP

Foto
06.
by Volver
2 comments, 1087 views  
HI RES 29.2 MP

Foto
First Snow To Riale
by Paolo Gualandris
8 comments, 766 views  
HI RES 9.0 MP

Foto
Piazza Ducale - Vigevano
by Paolo Gualandris
2 comments, 1079 views  
HI RES 10.2 MP

Foto
028
by Volver
4 comments, 1873 views  
HI RES 19.6 MP

Foto
Screened in the sky
by Volver
0 comments, 1260 views  
HI RES 19.6 MP

Foto
Above Agordo
by Petitmarcel
16 comments, 438 views  
HI RES 19.6 MP

Foto
Series sunset fishpond Lake Garda
by Paddy59
6 comments, 1490 views  
HI RES 39.3 MP

Foto
Reflections on the lake
by Scavess
14 comments, 626 views  
HI RES 18.8 MP

Foto
Untitled Photo
by Volver
3 comments, 1318 views  
HI RES 12.4 MP

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Island S. Giulio
by Paolo Gualandris
11 comments, 1194 views  
HI RES 9.3 MP

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Another experiment
by Emanuele Scarlatta
2 comments, 1312 views  
HI RES 24.5 MP

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Little Village
by Paolo Gualandris
4 comments, 635 views
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Lights
by Paddy59
12 comments, 726 views  
HI RES 13.9 MP



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Tulips
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2 comments, 1371 views  
HI RES 10.3 MP

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Sicilia.
by Volver
4 comments, 1249 views  
HI RES 16.9 MP

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Hot red
by Paddy59
2 comments, 1637 views  
HI RES 16.1 MP


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