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The sensor is fine ... or at least it was up to the 45Mp Merrill version. With the later Quattro version Sigma has abandoned the "pure" approach of capturing three colours at each location for a compromise, with fewer sensors in the lower layers. But the sensor is not the problem. Anyone using it knows that it excels at low ISO, but is inferior to Bayer ...


As you say, normally the flakes would be nearly invisible, however, the photographer has used a bright flash to illuminate the flakes, so that they are much brighter than the surrounding environment. This means that, even though they are out of focus, the flakes still appear in the image, but as big dots.


Dslr have mirrors that needs to be flipped up when taking the photo so they tend to be on the loud side. You've locked yourself out of quite some options by using the term dslr in the question. Outside dslrs, you have: Leaf shutter cameras are very quiet. But the shutter would be inside the lens, not the camera, so the lens is usually not interchangable. ...


I'm asking this question because I keep having a color cast on my monitor. It may well be my eye, but last time I checked with a (correctly softproofed) printed foto, I needed to "correct" the colors of my monitor. In order to have a good match, you would need to review your prints under illumination of the same color temperature for which the ...


In general, the X-Rite i1 Display Pro and the corresponding i1 Profiler software work with notebooks (Windows and Mac) without any problems. First, make sure that you have the current version of the i1 Profiler software (currently Version 1.5.6). Remove any other display calibration software. Warm up the notebook display and the connected X-Rite i1 Display ...

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