Sigma DP1 and DP2 Review – Macworld

Sigma DP1 DP2The Sigma DP1 and DP2 digital cameras use the unique Foven X3 14-megapixel sensor which is easily up to 12 times the size of sensors found in other point and shoot cameras. The DP1 has the equivalent of a 28mm f4 lens while the DP2 comes with that of a 41mm f2.8. The optics are Sigma quality. Both cameras support Raw files for the utmost image quality differing a bit in the feature set between the two.

“The Sigma DP1 and DP2 produce the most outstanding low ISO (100 to 400) images of any compact camera I have ever used. Their image quality is truly on the same scale as entry-level SLRs. You get sharp, accurate colors, wonderful tonality, and the ability to isolate your subject with shallow depth of field—all in a package that resembles a rangefinder and slips into a jacket pocket when turned off.”

Sigma DP1 and Sigma DP2 are available from these trusted sources:

Sigma DP1 and Sigma DP2 – Amazon

Sigma DP1 and Sigma DP2 – Adorama

Sigma DP1 and Sigma DP2 – B&H

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