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Sigma DP3 Merrill Studio Sample Photos

Here are a number of sample photos taken in our studio with the Sigma DP3 Merrill.

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Here are a number of sample photos from the new Sigma DP3 Merrill - with a 50mm f/2.8 Macro lens, and 46 megapixel Foveon sensor. Click the thumbnails to view larger images or click "High-Res" to view the full size originals. These are JPEG images straight from the camera with no post-processing. For best results it's recommended to convert the RAW images. We will be posting our full review shortly.

Sigma DP3 Merrill Sample Photos

Sigma DP3 Merrill White-balance test images

Sigma DP3 Merrill ISO test images

Sigma DP3 Merrill Specifications

Max Aperturef/2.8 - f/22
35mm equivalent75mm
Optical Zoom0x
Image Sensor
PixelsNo Data
Pixels (W)No Data
Pixels (H)No Data
Sensor TypeFoveon X3 CMOS
Sensor SizeAPS-C
Sensor Size (width)No Data
Sensor Size (height)No Data
Aspect Ratio
  • 3:2
LCD Monitor
LCD MonitorNo Data
Screen resolutionNo Data
Touch ScreenNo
Min FocusNo Data
Focusing modes
    Exposure Control
    Shutter speeds shortestNo Data
    Shutter speeds longestNo Data
    Bulb modeYes
    Exp modes
    • Program
    • Aperture-Priority
    • Shutter-Priority
    • Manual
    • Program Variable
      ISO sensitivityNo Data
      White balance
        Exposure CompNo Data
        Shooting Options
        Continuous shootingNo Data
        Movie modeYes
        Video Resolution
          Video FPSNo Data
          Stereo SoundNo Data
          Optical Zoom with VideoNo
          Other Features
          Image StabilisationNo
          HDMINo Data
          USBUSB 2
          Card Type
          • SD
          • SDHC
          • SDXC
          File Type
          • RAW
          • JPG
          • RAW + JPG
          Power Source
          Battery TypeNo Data
          Battery Life (CIPA rating)No Data
          Box Contents
          Box ContentsNo Data
          WeightNo Data
          WidthNo Data
          HeightNo Data
          DepthNo Data

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          JackAllTog Plus
          13 6.4k 58 United Kingdom
          15 Mar 2013 5:05PM
          Really like the detail and sharpness of the model shots, the tech in me inherently thinks these sensors produce better detail in the raw shots.
          josa 9 25 Czech Republic
          15 Mar 2013 8:11PM
          pablophotographer 10 2.0k 425
          15 Mar 2013 9:55PM
          Sure do great detail, hadn't they always? I think the area where they needed to work mostly was software... RAW files were excellent, JPEGs needed work. You also need lots of memory in your computer Smile
          I shoot with a DP2M and always shoot with the .jpeg and raw feature. This allows me to sort through the .jpegs quickly, flag the images I want to edit, then pull up all the raw images and flag the raw image with the same numbers as their .jpeg counterpart. Then I select only the flagged raws and go on to edit there. Its a big time saver as SPP 5.5 is pretty slow. Another trick is to limit the number of 50MB files in a folder to 50 or less. Seems the program loads all the images into the computer's memory which completely slows down the computer. Macintoshes older than the new i5 intell chips really can dog down with SPP 5.5 so sorting through with the .jpegs and flagging which images you want to edit the raw counterpart really speeds things up! I hopefully will have a DP3M in my hands very soon. Smile

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