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    Me want a quick fix.
    Is it time to ask for a pic with deep depth of field in low light cituation?
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    Gunleik:

    Thanks! I know this is beta, but can we get some EPIC-DRAGON comparisons?

    Quote Originally Posted by Gunleik Groven View Post
    OK...

    I will post three testshots.

    nothing really beautyful, I am afraid, and not all now.

    This is shot directly at the sun with a 16mm Ultraprime @ T22

    Not a hint of polkadots
    Not a hint of overexposure-distortion..

    (and if you are curious: overexposure behaviour is the intent of this, NOT recoverability. See how lovely Dragon fades into pure white...!)

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    Nice organic rolloff.
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    no point in asking for comparative shots.

    i do not have the time for them... :-)
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    Gunleik -I'd love to see a shot like the one you've posted but with a live person in the foreground...whether their head blocks the sun or otherwise. Would love to see how Dragon deals with such incredible contrast.

    Also, Jarred said we would still have HDRx -is that true?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gunleik Groven View Post
    This is shot directly at the sun with a 16mm Ultraprime @ T22

    Not a hint of polkadots
    Not a hint of overexposure-distortion..

    (and if you are curious: overexposure behaviour is the intent of this, NOT recoverability. See how lovely Dragon fades into pure white...!)

    Wow, that really is impressive. Can't wait to see more.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeremy Torrie View Post
    Gunleik -I'd love to see a shot like the one you've posted but with a live person in the foreground...whether their head blocks the sun or otherwise. Would love to see how Dragon deals with such incredible contrast
    This is the kind of shot I'm curious about too.

    The sun is pretty low these days and I recently had a shoot in the woods with strong sunlight in background trees and moderate light hitting the subject.
    I guess Dragon will handle these type of shots very well?
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    "There is no point in having sharp images when you've fuzzy ideas."
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    Looks like Dragons are in the wild. Check it out:
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