Review posted for Sigma DP1!|
Zig Weidelich, The Imaging Resource
(Thursday, May 1, 2008 - 22:22 EDT)
Promising high image quality in a small package, Sigma built their DP1 with an APS-C-sized sensor, hoping to attract discriminating photographers who want a little more from a digital camera.
Two years after its announcement, the Sigma DP1 is finally out, and we've run it through its paces. Though the 14.1-megapixel sensor only outputs 4.6-megapixel images, those images have quite a bit more detail than you'd expect, thanks to the unique Foveon X3 sensor.
The Sigma DP1 is a bit of an odd fit for most shooters who aren't used to digital cameras with a fixed-focal-length lens, though. And while the Sigma DP1 is easy to bring along, a few necessary accessories make it bigger than it should be.
Click here to get a closer look at the Sigma DP1.