Sigma Cameras

Here are all of our Sigma digital camera reviews, listed alphabetically by model.

image of the Sigma DP1 Merrill digital camera

Sigma DP1 Merrill

14.8 megapixel, Mid-Sized, 1.00x Zoom

The Sigma DP1 Merrill marks a significant overhaul from earlier DP designs, featuring a sharp new f/2.8 lens and a massive upgrade to the 46-megapixel Foveon sensor (borrowed from the Sigma SD1 DSLR) that produces breathtaking, high-resolution images at low ISOs. However, many shooters may be turned off by the compact camera's limitations, namely its increasingly poor image quality above ISO 400 and generally sluggish performance. That makes the Sigma DP1 Merrill more of a specialty tool designed for serious photographers willing to cope with its sacrifices than a model with mass appeal.

Released September 2012

$559-999 Dave's Pick

Review

image of the Sigma DP2 Merrill digital camera

Sigma DP2 Merrill

14.8 megapixel, Mid-Sized, Non-Zoom

Released March 2013

$709-999 Dave's Pick

Preview

image of the Sigma DP3 Merrill digital camera

Sigma DP3 Merrill

14.8 megapixel, Mid-Sized, Non-Zoom

Released March 2013

$664-999 Dave's Pick

Preview

image of the Sigma SD1 Merrill  digital camera

Sigma SD1

14.8 megapixel, Pro SLR, 2.90x Zoom

Released June 2011

$1999-1999 Dave's Pick

Initial Test

image of the Sigma SD15 digital camera

Sigma SD15

4.7 megapixel, SLR, Non-Zoom

Released June 2010

$900-989 Dave's Pick

Preview

image of the Sigma dp0 Quattro digital camera

Sigma dp0 Quattro

19.6 megapixel, Mid-Sized, 1.00x Zoom

Available July 2015

  Dave's Pick

Preview

image of the Sigma dp1 Quattro digital camera

Sigma dp1 Quattro

19.6 megapixel, Mid-Sized, 1.00x Zoom

Released October 2014

  Dave's Pick

Preview

image of the Sigma dp2 Quattro digital camera

Sigma dp2 Quattro

19.6 megapixel, Mid-Sized, 1.00x Zoom

In a radical departure compared to the boxy shape of its Merrill predecessor, the Sigma dp2 Quattro's strange, elongated design might scare away some at first, but it's quite comfortable after you try it for a while. Similar to the earlier model, the new Foveon X3 Quattro sensor produces some truly stunning, high-resolution files -- as long as you limit yourself to ISO 100-400. Performance-wise, the dp2 Quattro is still a bit clunky and sluggish regarding focusing speed, buffer clearing and battery life. Overall, if you're looking for a much more portable, high-res landscape or portrait camera, the Sigma dp2 Quattro merits consideration. Read more about it in our in-depth Sigma dp2 Quattro review!

Released August 2014

$879-999 Dave's Pick

Review

image of the Sigma dp3 Quattro digital camera

Sigma dp3 Quattro

19.6 megapixel, Mid-Sized, 1.00x Zoom

Released April 2015

$999-999 Dave's Pick

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