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    Sigma Your camera is on a tripod, you carefully compose the image, focus, set the exposure & then . . .

    I did not know that there is a remote release for the DP Merrills. Do you really have a remote for these cameras?
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    Sigma Your camera is on a tripod, you carefully compose the image, focus, set the exposure & then . . .

    Thank you for your feedback. I agree self-timing is great for static shots (if you have the time to wait for the camera to fire) but many shots have moving objects, such as clouds, waves and people. If you want to capture such images at a particular moment, such as, when the light comes...
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    Sigma Your camera is on a tripod, you carefully compose the image, focus, set the exposure & then . . .

    Self-timing is a drag when you want to be spontaneous! And there is still the risk that you bump the camera when setting off the timer. Roger
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    Sigma Your camera is on a tripod, you carefully compose the image, focus, set the exposure & then . . .

    . . . you press the shutter button with your bloody great finger and ruin everything! Now there could be the perfect solution—a cable release adapter so you can take photos with no vibration and no delay! Take photos the way Ansel Adams and all the great masters did. Please note...
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    Sigma DP2M: Is sharpening necessary or advantageous before printing? Any "recipes"?

    Thank you both for your replies. I use RAW images so I expect the in-camera sharpness settings do not apply. I am surprised that SPP sharpens images even if Sharpness is set to 0. A test I did showed increased sharpness in Photoshop when I processed a file for output printing. So, it...
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    Sigma DP2M: How to get overexposure warning quickly?

    I am familiar with the DP2m's feature of showing blown out highlights in red when in review mode but it takes ages to switch the camera from capture mode to review mode Is there any way to bring up the overexposure warning with the quick preview shot the camera throws up immediately after...
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    Sigma DP2M: Is sharpening necessary or advantageous before printing? Any "recipes"?

    I am used to routinely sharpening photographs made with Bayer-type sensors once they are at the desired size and before printing. Is this practice necessary with files from Foveon sensor cameras? If so, are there any sharpening recipes users would like to share? I have a DP2M if that is...
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