Sigma has released version 1.04 firmware for its 14-megapixel DP1 camera.
The 14-megapixel compact camera, eagerly awaited by enthusiasts frustrated with today's small-sensor models, won't be cheap when it goes on sale this spring.
Sigma is revamping its DP1 compact camera, but the large Foveon image sensor still is at its heart.
Sigma shows off its DP1, a compact camera with Foveon's high-resolution image sensor.
The DP1 packs a large sensor in a small camera body, but Sigma decided it had to take the DP1 partway back to the drawing board.
We round up some more of the most interesting cameras from PMA 2008: Fujifilm S100FS, Olympus mju 1030 SW, GE G2 and E1050, the Sony Cybershot DSC-T300 and Sigma DP1
Sigma has announced the DP2, a follow up to the DP1. It's a 14MP compact camera with a fixed 41mm f2.8 lens.
Dubbed "Quattro", the new sensor is slated to appear in the new trio of dp models.
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Are you ready to step up to a more sophisticated model or are you thinking about stepping down to something smaller than a dSLR? These are for you.
The Sigma DP2s and DP1x are new cameras packing enormous sensors into compact frames. Read the story for more information, and some interchangeable-lens news from Sigma