Sigma Jumps into the Mirrorless Fray in a Big Way

Sigma just announced its first mirrorless body, the Sigma sd Quattro H Mirrorless Digital Camera.

Sigma sd Quattro H Mirrorless.jpg

The specs are rather impressive for the high resolution model (there will also be a standard resolution version).

  • 45MP APS-H Foveon X3 Quattro CMOS Sensor
  • Dual TRUE III Imaging Processing Engine
  • Sigma SA Lens Mount
  • 2.36m-Dot Electronic Viewfinder
  • 3.0" 1.62m-Dot Main LCD & Sub Monitor
  • Phase & Contrast-Detect Hybrid AF System
  • Super-Fine Detail Exposure Mode
  • ISO 6400 and 3.8 fps Continuous Shooting
  • Quick Set Button; Lock Switch
  • Focus Peaking; Lossless Compressed Raw

The thing that really jumps out at me is that you can use the entire Sigma SA line of lenses with the Quattro H (specs above) and the entry level Quattro. Given that the optics they've been producing lately are so good, this could be a stunning, compact package. No release date or price yet, but I'll be following the story.

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