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  • I have an energizer battery in my 300D. It's better than the original by quite a way.

  • Might this be because the original is old/run down?
    (not suggesting that the energizer one isn't good)

  • For my old D80 I bought an energizer one which was as good as the original, and a few £5 ebay ones which were worse than useless.

  • By original I meant official. The original died YEARS back.

  • OIC :)
    (FTR I have a couple from amazon for my 450d which were well reviewed and seem as good as my official one)

  • I just got an UpStart 3rd party battery for my GXR, seems to hold a charge as well as the original.

  • I prefer the first one FWIW

  • That needs some level adjustments. It's giving me a headache.

    Not bad for a snow pic straight out of the camera though.

  • Too much!

  • Auto (yeah, I said auto) will probably be quite effective.

  • Missed my Sigma DP1 that I sold to Spencey, brought a second hand DP2.

    No digital camera in the world can match the Sigma in term of colour and film likeliness.

  • This may be of interest. I think Silver Efex pro 2 was discussed recently. Get that and all other Nik plugins for $149 instead of about $500. Google bought out Nik and is selling off the software for cheaps.

  • If Google bought it then it will probably be free soon enough.

    Thanks for the heads-up! Silver efex is really good.

  • Brilliant, I use Exposure in the past.

  • I'm marginally tempted... I think I'll do some reading tonight and go from there. I liked the look of Silver Efex after being pointed at it from this/the film photography thread but couldn't justify the cost. This, however...

  • Missed my Sigma DP1 that I sold to Spencey, brought a second hand DP2.

    No digital camera in the world can match the Sigma in term of colour and film likeliness.

    Still my favourite camera Ed!

  • We need moar pictures of that bench.

  • Just saw that there's a Sigma DP3 with a 35mm lens... tempting that!

  • I don't think it have a 35mm lens as the DP3 is a portraiture camera (75mm field of view).

    DP2 is normal (45mm field of view)
    DP1 is wide angle (28mm field of view).

    Would love to get the Merrill version but way too much for me to afford.

  • 28mm is great though on the dp1. Pretty much covers everything.

    Another thing I do like about that camera the flash is good.

  • I went for the DP2 as the DP1 lens is the same as my Fuji X100, so it's better to get one normal and one wide.

  • Ah, thought it went the other way... bollocks. 28mm is too wide for me, don't get along with it at all. 45's ok, but not as good as 35

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