Sigma SD1 Merrill

alaTest hat 116 Testberichte und Kundenbewertungen für Sigma SD1 Merrill zusammengefasst und analysiert. Im Durchschnitt wurde das Produkt mit 3.8/5 bewertet, verglichen mit einer durchschnittlichen Bewertung von 4.3/5 für andere Produkte in der Kategorie kompakten Digitalkameras. Den Bildschirm und die Portabilität bewerten die Testern positiv, aber sie finden den Speicher nicht optimal. Über den Fokus gibt es verschiedene Auffassungen.

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Wir haben sowohl Nutzer- als auch Expertenbewertungen, Produktalter und weitere Faktoren ausgewertet. Im Vergleich zu anderen Produkte in der Kategorie kompakten Digitalkameras erzielt Sigma SD1 Merrill einen alaScore™ von 87/100 = Sehr gut.

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Expertenbewertung von : Jim Fisher (pcmag.com)

Sigma SD1 Merrill

 

The Sigma SD1 Merrill is built around the uniquely designed image sensor, but a high price, sluggish performance and a time-intensive Raw workflow make it a difficult sell to all but the most devoted Foveon disciples.

Excellent build quality. High-quality viewfinder. Good control layout. Unique sensor design. Infrared shooting capability.

Expensive. Sluggish performance. Subpar LCD. Substandard JPG output. Difficult Raw workflow. No video support.

The 3-inch rear display is of middling quality, especially when you consider the camera's price. Its 460k-dot resolution would be fine on a point-and-shoot, but on an SLR—especially one that has such a unique color signature—a sharper, higher...

Jul 2012

Expertenbewertung von : Jim Fisher (pcmag.com)

Sigma SD1 Merrill

 

The Sigma SD1 Merrill is built around the uniquely designed image sensor, but a high price, sluggish performance and a time-intensive Raw workflow make it a difficult sell to all but the most devoted Foveon disciples.

Excellent build quality. High-quality viewfinder. Good control layout. Unique sensor design. Infrared shooting capability.

Expensive. Sluggish performance. Subpar LCD. Substandard JPG output. Difficult Raw workflow. No video support.

Jul 2012

Expertenbewertung von : Andrew Westlake , Richard Butler (dpreview.com)

Sigma SD1 / SD1 Merrill In-depth Review

 

The SD1 created a huge amount of interest when it was announced at Photokina 2010. Having used Foveon's original 4.7x3MP sensor in its SD and DP series of cameras, Sigma bought the sensor company in 2008 and instructed it to focus its efforts on high...

Apr 2012

Expertenbewertung von : William Perceval (pocket-lint.com)

Sigma SD1 (Merrill)

 

Upon launch in 2011 the Sigma SD1 was an oddity: its 46-megapixel sensor mainstay demanded, or so the company thought, a £5000 price tag. Ouch. The SD1 is tricky to judge. For the casual user the camera is unlikely to be suitable: it lacks provisions...

Detail and sharpness (at ISO 100), removable IR filter; well matched to serious studio pros using ISO 100 & controlled light

Expensive; very poor high ISO quality; poor auto white balance; slow processing; no live view; unlikely to meet amateur users’ demands

The SD1 is tricky to judge. For the casual user the camera is unlikely to be suitable: it lacks provisions such as live view; autotofocus is slow; and high ISO image quality is very poor. It’s far from an all-rounder.

Feb 2012

Expertenbewertung von : Marcus Hawkins (techradar.com)

Sigma SD1 Merrill review

 

Now a fraction of its original price, but is a revolutionary sensor enough?

Excellent IQ at low ISOs ; Images contain bags of detail ; Robust build

Frustratingly slow write times ; Noise at high ISO ; No live view or video ; Sigma raw software slow

Would you pay £6,200 in the UK, or $9,700 in the US, for an APS-C DSLR that didn't offer live view or video shooting, wasn't compatible with third-party lenses and captured raw files that weren't widely supported? That was the question posed by the 46...

Aug 2012

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Expertenbewertung von : Mark Goldstein (photographyblog.com)

Sigma SD1 Merrill Review

 

The Sigma SD1 Merrill DSLR is the flagship camera of the well-known Japanese lens manufacturer, renamed from just “SD1” in honour of Foveon's founding father, Richard B. Merrill. It features a huge 46 megapixel APS-C X3 sensor, dual TRUE II processors,...

We were really excited to get hold of the Sigma SD1 Merrill, it's a lovely camera to hold and you can feel the workmanship that's gone into it. The magnesium alloy body ensures rigidity and the weather sealing means you don't have to rush out of the...

Dez 2012

Expertenbewertung von (ephotozine.com)

Sigma SD1 Merrill + Prototype At Sigma Stand

 

We have a look at the Sigma SD1 Merrill + Prototype and Sigma Stand at Photokina 2012.

Sep 2012

Expertenbewertung von : Kevin Ames (layersmagazine.com)

Sigma SD1 Merrill

 

The SD1 Merrill is practically moiré-proof, making it a great choice for shooting fashion where detail counts and high-frequency patterns abound.

Medium-format color and resolution at a DSLR price

Doesn’t offer live view or video capture capabilities

Note: As a matter of full disclosure, I’m one of four Sigma Pros. I also shoot Canon 1Ds Mark III and 5D Mark II cameras.

Jul 2012

Expertenbewertung von (ephotozine.com)

Sigma SD1 Merrill Digital SLR Review

 

Sigma believe they hold the key to the ultimate image quality, the Foveon X3 sensor, recording 3 colours at every pixel does this camera deliver? Joshua Waller finds out.

Foveon Sensor; Weather sealed magnesium body; Removable IR Filter / Dust Shield for IR Photography; Very high pixel level detail; Strong colour available from the camera

Poor battery life

Feb 2012

Kundenmeinung (warehouseexpress.com)

Great Value

 

To be able to change ISO looking through viewfinder. Autofocus button on rear of camera as well as exposure lock on rear. Leaves me free to compose and shoot.

Easy To Use ; Excellent In Low Light ; Fast Shutter Speed ; Good Battery Life ; Good Sized Screen ; Great Resolution ; Nice Features and Settings ; Rugged

Dez 2014
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