The New Sigma Cameras Share Similar Sensors and Designs

 - Feb 25, 2016
References: sigma-global & gizmag
Camera maker Sigma has announced a brand new pair of mirrorless camera offerings that have some different features but are united in that both of them make use of the Foveon X3 image sensor. The Sigma sd Quattro and sd Quattro H will make use of APS-C and APS-H versions of the sensor respectively.

Another notable feature of these camera is that they feature a quirky, asymmetrical form and style factor that will appeal to photographers who want not just their photos but also their cameras to stand out in the crowd. As far as workings are concerned though, both cameras feature mid-range DSLR-style screens with manual controls, with 3-inch 1620k dot LCD screens and handy 2,360k dot electronic viewfinders.

With their combination of high-tech sensor and irreverent style, these mirrorless cameras will appeal to a wide range of photographers.