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hi Bob, this is my foveon set if you want :
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Thanks for the link! We will have look at it a.s.a.p. 🙂
It’s really a good idea this blog! The world must discover the power of the Foveon sensor. I love X3F and I present my blog and my gallery : http://www.jacquespavillon.fr/
Thank you very much…
Merci beaucoup Jacques! I liked the images I saw on your website. We for sure need to make a set of your work to showcase here soon!
Just a quick message to say how much i have enjoyed going through this new X3 magazine website.
You must be very proud if the site as i think it is a fantastic and very well laid out. I’m looking forward in seeing some great information in the future and keep up the good work!
Very well done Bob.
Kind regards Lea.
hi my activation is not working can you help when I click on email link it takes me to the activate page but I have no code to enter many thanks Mark
Please try again, it looks to be solved now.
I have just registered and I can’t log in. I gave the following details:
Username: Kevin Sanders
email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Profile Name: Kevin Sanders
I have had the activation email and it said I was registered when I followed the link.
Hi Kevin, they for some reason does not like spaces in usernames. So it changed it to “Kevin-Sanders”. Please try with that 🙂
Thanks, Bob, but perhaps that needs fixing. My name has a space in it, just like yours.
Fortunately it only adds it in the username. The screen name is not affected. As it looks it is not possible to change this at the moment, I will probably add a notice for new users.
Hello Bob, I’m trying to decide between an SD1M and a Quattro H, and came across your article about the SD1 on this site. I thought I’d made up my mind for the H, on the basis that the SD1 images seem to harbor color casts that can’t be neutralized with global color balance adjustments–this has been my experience and also seems to be an acknowledged issue with the Merrill-sensor cameras (in particular, many users note seeing a yellow-green cast in their files). However, the images in your article don’t exhibit this at all. The color looks extremely clean, with the hues well separated.
I’m wondering whether the color-cast issue–especially with yellow-green casts–is something you encountered and found a way to resolve, or whether you just never had the problem in the first place, somehow. If it’s the former, I’d love to know how you were able to solve this issue with the SD1.
Thanks in advance for any advice you can provide.
Perhaps I should add: my experience with the Merrill sensor is only through the DP2M. I have an SD1M sitting in a box, unopened, while trying to decide whether to keep or return it–I figured the sensor is exactly the same as in the DP2M, so I could try out the SD1M’s imaging by shooting the DP2M I’ve already committed to keeping.
However, I just read this in your “Getting to know my dp2 quattro” post: “I liked the SD1 a lot although the processing of it’s files wasn’t easy. But the DP Merrills were a mixed bag for me. I had lots of trouble getting the colors right, each model had a very different response.”
Is the color response different for the DP2M, then, vs. the SD1M (which is the same as the SD1, but for the name, I think)?