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Sigma's new fp is the world's smallest full-frame mirrorless camera

By Shawn Knight
Jul 11, 2019
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  1. Japanese photography company Sigma has unveiled the world’s smallest and lightest pocketable full-frame camera.

    The Sigma fp features a 24.6-megapixel BSI-CMOS sensor with a Bayer filter rather than the Foveon filter Sigma is best known for. The camera does away with the mechanical shutter entirely, relying solely on an electronic shutter that is silent and doesn’t produce any shutter shock, even when shooting in burst mode at up to 18 frames per second.

    ISO range is adjustable from 100 to 25,600 and is expandable from 6 to 102,400. 4K video shooting is also an option at 24 fps.

    Other amenities include a 3.15-inch touchscreen with 2.1M dots, an SD card slot, USB 3.1 port, HDMI port, mic and headphone ports plus a flash sync port, among others. The camera’s biggest draw, of course, is its diminutive size.

    The new L-mount body measures 112.6 millimeters (4.43 inches) x 69.9 millimeters (2.75 inches) x 45.3 millimeters (1.78 inches) and weighs only 370 grams (13.05 ounces) without a battery and memory card (422 grams / 14.89 ounces with a battery and card).

    The Sigma fp is due out sometime this fall for an undisclosed cost.

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  2. toooooot

    toooooot TS Evangelist Posts: 822   +406

    Cant wait till these babies become trully affordable.
    But I feel like my t7i has long working life ahead before that happens.
     

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