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Discussion in 'Sigma DP Forum' started by saturdayboy, May 28, 2014.
Now if only it had a7s high ISO performance and olympus anything post ep3 operational speed!
I wish I were more slow and thoughtful with my photography so I could appreciate these cameras more!!!
I'm still waiting for the DP3 Quattro release. Should have better performance than my DP2M
it's called getting old.....don't wish to get old...it comes soon enough.
i was old when i was a teenager! i started out at age 30, so im working backwards now for awhile i think... if im anything like Gonzo, ill be spazzy and quirky well into old age! O.*
Very true, I started to notice it from about age 40 onwards.
Sample photos in the japan site. Apologies If this has been posted here before.
Seems to have a lot of green/purple by the sensor.
A friend based in japan just went to the stores. It's not yet out but the price is around US$960
I'm still sad it's gotten so big though. The first generation DP cameras was a great size for me, I'm struggling with bringing my DP Merrills and X100 due to size, especially more than one, and when I don't I end up wishing I had
The weight of your camera bag must be atrocious!
My entire office is heading to Japan this October on our annual jaunt. I'd really assumed I wouldn't be buying a camera this year. Well, there goes that thought.
Not as bad as the DSLR people :smile: I tend to limit myself to bringing two cameras though.
I will continue my attempts to get to grips with what I already have
Looks like it might be interesting, though :smile:
You know you could send that DP2M over here, that's one less camera to weigh you down and to come to grips with.
I'm in the 'Now that I've got all this gear, I need to figure out what to do with it' phase
I'm quite the same. Its usually Ricoh GR and DP2M or DPM3, sometimes EM-5.
After seeing the GM1 I think the EM-5 is too big.