I've seen your posts on Nordic Addict, welcome to this thread! And don't appologize about your written language; your english is far, far better than my written french will ever be, I'm affraid - thank God for Google Translate!
But I can see nothing wrong with the M/01 camo print you have - maybe the resolution is not high enough - but there have always been small brown spots breaking up the pattern in most of the bigger tan areas. The M/84 and M/01 are not completely comparable in colour and composition.
And then yes; I've also heard the terrible rumour that the Danish Army are considering changing to a MultiCam-type blend of the two patterns, which strikes me as the totally wrong time to do it:
The M/84 works exeptionally well in native Danish woodland, heaths and tall grass during spring, summer, late summer, and M/01 can be used, not only in desert or arid areas, but also Danish autumn and especially snowless winter.
The fact that the Danish NATO forces are also leaving Helmand province in Afghanistan within 12 months, is another curious fact, since it was thát specific theater that made the Brittish Forces change from Desert DPM's to MTP.
The Danish troops are leaving A-stan, their two destinctive camo's work well 'at home', so why join the Brittish, American, Moldovan, Polish (though the jury is still out on that one) and other countries, that are all joining the MultiCam family?
I have my information from the good people at PX-Shop in Copenhagen, who are the official Crye dealers in Denmark, and they have both made Crye combats in true Danish M/84 with the M/01 up and comming, but had also been privy to the rumours of talks between the Danish Army and Crye themselves.
So maybe we will get our own take on flecktarn-style MultiCam? I dó like what I see with the Brittish blend of their traditional DPM pattern and Crye's well-documented effective colours. So I may have to learn to love a spot-type version?
But that decision should also breathe new hope into all out there, who still hunger for M/01 uniforms, as availability would go up for sure!