Christ, this is getting complicated. Mirrorless cameras with interchangeable lenses that promise near-DSLR quality without DSLR bulk are verifiably exploding. After the now-established Micro Four Thirds format from Panasonic and Olympus, Samsung jumped in with its Hybrid NX camera. Yesterday, Sony revealed its own spin
Sigma's new SD15 and DP2 cameras are incremental developments of the original SD14 and DP1 cameras, but without too much in the way of change. The SD15 and DP2 share the same 3-layer 14-megapixel Foveon X3 sensor as their predecessors, but have a new True (Three-layer Responsive Ultimate Engine) II image processor…
We first talked about the Sigma SD14 SLR last year, reporting that it would be released in Sept 2006. Evidently things were pushed back a bit.
Ever since Sigma teased its upcoming SD14 digital SLR back in August and officially announced it a month later, we've been waiting around for the company to finally ship the $2000+ camera with that fancy Foveon x3 sensor inside. Sigma officials never did say why the camera's shipment was delayed, but now the company…
Photokina 2006 starts today, and as anticipated, the Sigma SD14 was officially announced, the DSLR with a 14.1-megapixel Foveon x3 inside. Foveon is a tricked-out sensor with a unique way of separating the three primary colors, bringing with it lots more resolution and color clarity.
Leading up to the gigantic photo fest known as Photokina 2006, Sigma teases us with tantalizing views of its next digital SLR, the SD14. The company is offering few details about the upcoming camera's debut, other than it will be rolled out on September 26, the first day of this year's Photokina.