Sigma, one of the important names in the high-end camera class, is introducing the world’s smallest full-frame mirrorless camera, which it calls ‘fortissimo pianissimo’.
Sigma fp ie Fortissimo close to pianissimo literally mean Very Noisy and Very Simple. In other words, because it is the stage for the firsts, it makes a sound in the market and follows a simple line with its design. The world’s smallest full-frame mirrorless camera.
The machine incorporates a BSI-CMOS sensor with a resolution of 24.6MP and uses a conventional Bayer filter. The auto focus system is contrast-based, allowing it to go down to -5EV. The ISO range from 100-25600 can be extended to 6-102400.
The sensor is fully connected to the electronic shutter and supports Eye auto focus. HDR support is also available. Continuous shooting is supported at 18fps, but up to 12 frames can be captured. Supporting 14-bit DNG, the camera can record 12-bit UHD 4K / 24p DNG video. With Sigma Photo Pro software, DNG files can be edited.
It measures 113 x 70 x 45mm and weighs 370 grams and is compatible with L-mount lenses. The housing is water-resistant for outdoor use. The 3.2-inch 2.1 million dot touchscreen offers all the controls needed.
On the compact body fit HDMI, flash slot, microphone, USB 3.1 input, input for remote shutter and an input for extra microphone. There is also a heat distributor to prevent heating.
The camera makes the scenes more vivid with different filters. In addition, a motion picture mode called Cinemagraph called GIF-like can be used directly in the camera. The Sigma FP only designated the $ 1900 price tag for the body. Sales will begin soon.