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This demanding far field scene assesses dynamic range and sharpness, including what the camera can deliver in dark areas—an important metric for any camera.
Presented at sizes up to actual pixels (full resolution). Accordingly, crops are not presented.
Sunset Over Mt Conness Drainage
Sigma Photo Pro 6.3.0: SPP settings.
The exposure maxes-out the dynamic range of the sensor in the dp0 Quattro as shown in the RawDigger histogram,with just a few tiny areas starting to blow out. Thus the results shown here can be considered a best case for a demanding landscape shot—there is no more possible exposure that could be given to the dark areas without blowing out the highlights.
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