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Old 10-19-2014   #801
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DP2 Quattro - recents shots during visit at local SPCA - Cropped to minimize the kennel bars in the way.







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Old 10-27-2014   #802
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Shots from DP2 Quattro

Old and New east side of the Bay Bridge.. Still a long way from tearing down the old bridge. I was the passenger BTW



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Old 11-29-2014   #803
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Shots from the DP2 Quattro shot in small RAW file size (5MP)

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Old 09-03-2015   #805
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Old 09-03-2015   #806
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Old 12-13-2015   #807
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Anybody still use 1st gen DP? After selling my DP1s about a year ago I was lucky to buy today another one for a bit over 100$. Waiting for battery to charge I went thru some old X3F files and I feel it's good to have it back.

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Old 12-13-2015   #808
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Yes, I have a DP1, bought inexpensively after learning how to handle (and love) the Dp2m and Dp3m.

I have been trying to sell it here for a month in one of those recurrent fits of 'Too many cameras not enough hands/hours...' (plus it will always sit on the bench behind the GR).









I wish the Merrills had kept its base ISO of 50! I guess I'll be keeping it on the bench, to bring out for All-DP-Outings, and be grateful I can afford to do so.
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Wonderful images

The orange tabby at the end looks very much like our grown larger cat did as a kitten.

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Old 01-08-2016   #812
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Old 10-27-2017   #821
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Old 12-03-2017   #822
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Old 12-03-2017   #823
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Shawn, those look great for OOC jpegs. Nice work.
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Mike,

Nice shots. How do you like the 20mm? I have one on the way and am looking forward to trying it on the SDQH. The AF/M dual switches sounds like it could be interesting for zone focusing as you can sort of lock the lens at a specific focus position.

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Mike,

Nice shots. How do you like the 20mm? I have one on the way and am looking forward to trying it on the SDQH. The AF/M dual switches sounds like it could be interesting for zone focusing as you can sort of lock the lens at a specific focus position.

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Hi Shawn,

The Sigma 20mm f1.8 EX DG lens is the equivalent of 26mm on the Sd Quattro H. While it is no longer manufactured by Sigma I still happily use it mainly because the minimum focus distance is 20 cm and of course the fast f1.8 aperture is nice too! So what you have is a fast wide angle macro lens that produces killer images. However auto focus for the older Sigma EX DG lenses on the new Sigma Sd Quattro cameras is (in my opinion) not reliable but that doesn't matter to me because I prefer manual focus in most situations. I never gave much thought to the duel auto/manual focus selector switches since I’m usually in manual and have both set to manual. I never read the manual so I'm probably missing out on some nice benifit.
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Mike,

Yup, the 26mm should be nice. I really like 28mm FOV and tend to find 35/40 kind of boring so the slightly wider should be fine.

Not really worried about AF performance as I am using MF most of the time on the Sigma. My 30mm ART lens AF is actually the worst of all of my Sigma lenses. The 50 1.4 EX is much more accurate IME as is the 17-50 2.8 EX.

The benefit I was thinking of is if you set both switches to MF, set your lens to whatever distance you want and then slide the ring back to AF but the switch to MF I think you will be in MF mode and the ring will be decoupled from the lens. So you can't accidentally change your focus distance. Not positive about that yet though as the lens isn't coming till the end of the week.

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