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Sigma DP2 Point and Shoot Digital Camera Sample Photos

Marketed: 23-Sep-2008
Lens Mount: Fixed
Megapixels: 14
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spacedrone80825-Jun-2011 18:36
-innovative Foveon X3 sensor technology
-huge sensor for such compact body
-superb color depth
-extreme resolution comparable to "modern" 12-16mpix cameras with 1/2.33 sensors or even 1/1.6
-clean captures at iso50 and iso100 (entry dslr level)

Sigma Dp1x is a fine-tuned version of Dp1s. In general, this is a second (all-around) camera of landscape photographer, like me:) I was looking for such camera whole of my life. It is a camera for me. I even like it more that 4/3 cameras for unique color of Foveon sensor


ps I think that, if Sigma can release big sensor using Foveon technology in near future Bayer technology will fade away in no time:)

The only one TRUE downside is weird "color render" under synthetic illumination, but this issue easily corrected in raw-converter (you shoot in raw right?:))

-bad and slow automatics (no need for true photographer)
-fix lens (many people position this as downside, i don`t agree with this opinion, fixed lens only change the style of photography)
-no image stabilization (for landscape photography it is not an issue)
-low-resolution display
Tom LeRoy31-Oct-2010 19:43
Agree 100% This little camera deserves the highest praise for it's IQ.
Serhan09-Sep-2010 05:18
Lovely colors and a very sharp lens...

Istanbul, Turkey with DP2:

Georgetown, Washington DC with DP2:
Mario Palisoc Photography09-Apr-2010 03:59
Amazing camera...see my work at
Dominique Schreckling20-May-2009 21:09
The DP2 is a great little camera, featuring a wonderfully sharp lens.
Georges Noblet17-May-2009 05:20
A great gem!!! Always in my pocket!
Guest 11-May-2009 15:24
Guest 11-May-2009 15:23
excellent !!!!!!!!!!!! faster 40% DP1, 41mm TOPPPPPPP
Laurence Matson27-Apr-2009 11:05
One great small camera with the sharpest lens I have ever worked with.

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