Excerpt: Astonishing image quality from a £300 pound camera! Not designed for low light and providing you set the Iso at 320-400 the shutter speed will stay fast enough to compenasate for the lack of image stabilisation.
Summary: Superb image quality. Search SIGMA DP2 on Flickr for examples. Also see It's big brother the SIGMA DP2 Merrill's examples. Both cameras easily yield astounding professional results when controls are mastered.
Excerpt: I bought this camera due to a short price reduction. What reviewers say about this camera is true - It is quirky (slow and questionable from an ergonomic standpoint) and the software, which allows the editing of RAW files, isn't too good. That said, it is saved by the image quality.
Excerpt: Shoot mostly Landscape.Works great for that.If you use the Quattro within it's "operating window"it's hard to beat.The image quality is on a par with cameras like the A7r and D800 for a fraction of the price.
Excerpt: 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.
Excerpt: I bought the camera to replace Canon 1DS Mark2 which I used for landscape photography along with 6X17 panoramic film camera. Simply put, it's an awesome camera with hardly any downside for me. I always use a sturdy tripod and use long shutter speed to get wide depth of field.
Excerpt: I use this camera for everyday shooting. It has a pretty cool appearance. Really easy to use. Quality is very stick. Works better with a tripod.A great alternative for SLR camera. Performs not really well during the night or with high ISO. But still a good camera. Right choice for travel shooting.
Excerpt: I'm not sure about Sigma's claim that this camera is 29 megapixels. It puts out a file that is 5424 x 3616 = 19.6 megapixels. But that's 19.6 very high resolving megapixels. It punches way above its weight, leaving my Canon 5D Mark2 w/24-70II in the dust for resolving detail. The lens is stellar.