Discussion in 'Equipment & Media' started by Davie Hudson, Jul 21, 2016.
So then , what are these like?
Rob's your man here, Davie. He gets some stunning results from one.
I may buy one and replace my xe2 which has a 14mm lens on it most of the time
My favourite camera. Not for sports photographers, for sure, but if you are a landscape guy, it's extraordinary.
Cheers Rob, i bought one last night. I haven't ordered the viewfinder yet as I haven't decided which one I want
Mine came with the big one that triples the size of the camera. I haven't used it yet, though now that the sun peeks out on occasion, I might use it.
That's the one I'd probably go for I think... Possibly more suited to landscape the the top of camera one, though it looks as cool as hell
May be worth downloading the Sigma Software and online there are many Raw x3f files to be played with. Just a thought.
Irridiant Developer is an alternative as you're on a Mac.
Yeah I understand the raw processing is limited to sigmas own processor ?
No, as Pete points out. But Iridient is a big programme - great if you have lots of free time. I had a trial version. Impressive, but I didn't bite.
Most people just open the files in Sigma Photo Pro, and immediately save them as Tiffs. But it's not a bad processor, and worth getting to know.
I've just learned lightroom lol not for myself though , clients wanted instruction
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