Sigma dp2 Quattro Digital Camera and LVF-01 Viewfinder Kit

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Expert Reviews
Pc magazine.32817846
11 September 2014

The Sigma dp2 Quattro is a strange-looking camera that captures images with an incredible amount of detail, but it requires patience and discipline to get great results.

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    Superb image quality at low ISO. Bright, sharp rear LCD. Dual control dials. Quick Set menu system.

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    Slow operation. Lens lacks image stabilization. Outdated Raw conversion software. Funky design. No built-in EVF or add-on option. No video support. Lacks built-in flash.

What digital camera.32818507
1 August 2014

There’s not denying that the dp2 Quattro is a camera which can excel in the right conditions. In good light and at lower ISO settings the level of detail and general image quality is outstanding

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    Wonderfully sharp lens; Image quality at lower ISO settings; Well laid out controls

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    Bulky body; Handgrip not particularly comfortable; Image quality at higher ISO settings; No video

Digital camera review.32822754
29 April 2012

The Sigma DP2 Merrill will blow you away with excellent image quality from low ISOs, but this comes with a steep price tag and a few major shortcomings.

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    Tremendous still image quality at and below ISO 400, Great color, Optically excellent lens

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    Narrow useable ISO range, Poor battery life, Cost, RAW support via only Sigma software currently, AF a bit slower than most current digital cameras

12 April 2013

The Sigma DP2 Merrill is dedicated to Dick Merrill (1949-2008), a photographer and engineer who developed/invented the Foveon sensor technology. The camera is based on former DP compact Sigma cameras, but uses the newest generation of the Foveon X3 sensor.

28 July 2014

The unusual design of Sigma's dp2 Quattro caused quite a stir when it was unveiled in February during the annual camera and imaging show CP+ 2014 in Yokohama, Japan.The dp2 is the second in Sigma's latest series of digital compact cameras, which comes with the new-generation 19.6-megapixel, Foveon...

Dp review.32823956
21 September 2009

The DP1 was a difficult camera to review - resolutely niche in its outlook, it was a brave, if not wholly successful, attempt to do something that no large manufacturer seemed willing to risk.

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    Excellent levels of detail in ISO 100 images (irrespective of pixel count), Dynamic range comparable with its peers, Good lens with only minimal distortion and little chromatic aberration, Attractive minimalist styling, Good build quality, Greatly improved user interface (though still has its...

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    Sluggish performance, Desaturated and 'flat' JPEG output, Unreliable White Balance, Green and magenta tints to parts of many images, Continuous mode only allows four shots per burst (three in RAW), Auto Focus struggles in low light (and there is no AF help light), Image quality drops sharply above...

Imaging resource.34355410
10 February 2014

In a radical departure compared to the boxy shape of its Merrill predecessor, the Sigma dp2 Quattro's strange, elongated design might scare away some at first, but it's quite comfortable after you try it for a while.

The luminous landscape.32833859
1 September 2014

By Michael Reichmann & Kevin RaberIn late July Kevin lead a photographic expedition to the Norwegian Arctic. He had just received the Quattro DP2 for testing and it because his "always handy" camera, while he did his main wildlife and landscape shooting with a Nikon D800 outfit.

Pop photo.32824722
23 September 2009

You've heard of "advanced compact" cameras-those pocketable powerhouses that shoot RAW, sport hot-shoes, and give you much more control than typical point-and-shoots.

Akihabara news.34750883
31 July 2007

Geek or not, we all appreciate products which manage to combine functionality and style, and I personally always have had a lot of respect for the craftsmen from all around the world for their work and dedication to create unique objec

User Reviews
B h photo.32817553
3 weeks ago

The DP2 Quattro is not a camera for everyone. If you are willing to use a tripod, 100 osi speed, and Sigma's software. You can have some of the best images taken with a digital camera.It is a little quirky, but the images are worth the extra work.

15 July 2014

In the not too distant future, the images from cameras will simply match that of the human eye. We are getting closer and the Foveon sensor is knocking on the door of that goal. I too just sent back the test camera and couldn't have reviewed it better than DD did. He/she nailed it.

Dp review.33575663
12 December 2014

Camera Body and Screen First thing that strikes you is this is a small dense camera. It is beautifully built and feels like a step up from cameras of a similar size such as the Panasonic GF1. It's all metal besides the controls and lens casing, and feels solid and cool to the touch.

2 September 2014

I bought this camera because i was looking for an excellent B&W camera that didnt break the bank. I have used the camera for limited landscape areas, portraits and art photos. It excels at B&W. Perhaps its not a Monochrome Leica but it sure beats my higher end DSLRs. Color rendition is excellent.

Product Highlights
  • 29MP Foveon X3 Quattro CMOS Image Sensor
  • TRUE III Image Processing Engine
  • 30mm f/2.8 Lens (35mm Equivalent: 45mm)
  • 3.0" 920k-Dot TFT LCD Screen
  • ISO Range: 100-6400 in 1/3 Steps
  • RAW Image Capture
  • Max RAW Resolution of 5,424 x 3,616
  • Contrast Detection Autofocus
  • Viewfinder Magnifies LCD by 2.5x
  • Integrated Diopter, -2 to +1 Settings
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