(For those of you who haven’t read about my first impressions of the DP1, head here first)International visitors: Make sure to visit my photoblog: saidkarlsson.com/livedata After a couple of days of further use with the DP1, i’m starting to really love this little gem of a camera.Writing speed is considerably better with a faster card (Sandisk Extreme III), i would say almost twice as fast. And thanks to one of the users on the Sigma SLR forum at DPReview, i found out that if you turn of the “Quick preview” in the camera, you no longer have to wait for the camera to save the photo to the card before you can use take another one. A huge improvement that almost made me feel that i’ve got a new camera!Picture quality keeps impressing me, yesterday i tried some night photography, and the results are very impressive, judge for yourself from the photos below.I’m also impressed by the cameras ability to take great shots in high iso. I don’t understand why Sigma didn’t include a iso 1600 mode, considering how good the files shots in iso 800 look. (Hint: overexpose slightly when using iso 800, i found that the files can look quite bad if they are too dark. about +0,3 or +0,7 makes them better)iso 800iso 800The DP1 is not the camera for everyone, someone looking for a point and shoot for quick snapshots, and doesn’t care about learning the basics in photography will probably be better of with an IXUS or another “customer” camera. The DP1 takes some getting used to, and i found myself thinking more before i press the shutter than i do when i use my 5D.For pros looking for something to back up their SLR however, im dead certain that the DP1 will be a huge success, and hopefully the other manufacturers will follow in Sigmas footsteps. That would finally make digital compacts a useful category of cameras.The DP1 made me rediscover the joy of photography, and that’s about the best rating a camera can get from me!