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With 16 Sigma Digital Cameras in the market, Retrevo's job is to help you find the best Sigma Digital Camera. We analyze price, features, and Sigma digital camera reviews - to pick the top digital cameras from Sigma. We'll help you find great deals on a Sigma digital camera. Other top brands of digital cameras are: Canon, Nikon, Sony, Olympus, Panasonic.
Sigma Digital Camera - DP1
 
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Older product, look for current models
Reviews for this Sigma digital camera (4 expert reviews (rating 73 / 100) ): "DSLR sensor in compact body...Superb quality at low sensitivities..." see more »
Reviews for this Sigma digital camera (4 expert reviews (rating 73 / 100) ): "DSLR sensor in compact body...Superb quality at low sensitivities...Good manual control and manual focusing...Hotshoe ...Very slow handling: startup, AF, write...Disappointing performance in low light...The Sigma DP1 is arguably the most unique and long-awaited compact digital camera on the market today...Various issues delayed the DP1’s public release, but now in 2008 the camera is finally on sale...The DP1’s sensor isn’t just unusually large for a compact..." see less »
Sigma Digital Camera - DP2
 
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Older product, look for current models
Reviews for this Sigma digital camera (3 expert reviews (rating 75 / 100) • 1 user review.): "Much like the Sigma DP1 Merrill , the DP2 us..." see more »
Reviews for this Sigma digital camera (3 expert reviews (rating 75 / 100) • 1 user review.): "Much like the Sigma DP1 Merrill , the DP2 uses a Foveon X3 image sensor...Each layer of the DP2's sensor boasts a 15.4-megapixel resolution—because of this, Sigma advertises it as a 46-megapixel camera, even though the resulting, printable images are limited to 15.4 megapixels in size...The downside to the unique design is that there's no support for the DP2's Raw format in Lightroom or similar software programs—you'll have to use Sigma's Raw software to process photos...The X2 supports an add-on EVF, which is an option that is not available on the DP2...It's sharp and gives you a good idea about the quality of the images you are capturing..." see less »
Sigma Digital Camera - DP3
 
Retrevo's Recommendation
Average Buy for Everyone
Reviews for this Sigma digital camera: "Each layer of the DP3's sensor boasts a 15.4-megapixel resolution—because of this, Sigma adve..." see more »
Reviews for this Sigma digital camera: "Each layer of the DP3's sensor boasts a 15.4-megapixel resolution—because of this, Sigma advertises it as a 46-megapixel camera, even though the resulting, printable images are limited to 15.4 megapixels in size...The sensor design omits the low-pass filter, which is a trend on higher-end cameras...In terms of design, the DP3 is essentially a brick with a lens, measuring 2.6 by 4.8 by 3.2 inches, and weighing in at 14.1 ounces...It's sharp and gives you a good idea about the quality of the images you are capturing..." see less »
Sigma Digital Camera - SD15
 
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Specs for this Sigma digital camera: 14.0 Megapixel
Reviews for this Sigma digital camera: "First announced in September 2008 at the Photokina tradeshow in Cologne, Germany, the Sigma SD15 is a d..." see more »
Reviews for this Sigma digital camera: "First announced in September 2008 at the Photokina tradeshow in Cologne, Germany, the Sigma SD15 is a direct successor to the now rather long-in-the-tooth SD14 model, which was announced in September 2006 and started shipping in March 2007...The Sigma SD15 hence outputs a 4.64 megapixel maximum image size (with the interpolated "Super High" 4,608 x 3,072 pixel mode having been dropped from the spec sheet...The SD15 will mark the debut of Sigma's TRUE II ("Three-layer Responsive Ultimate Engine") image processor in an SD-series camera body, with the Sigma DP2 having been the only model to feature the TRUE II processor to date...Perhaps the most obvious change when looking at the SD15 compared to its predecessor is on the rear panel, where there's a new larger 3.0-inch LCD panel with a significantly higher resolution of 460,000 dots, versus the 150,000 dot 2.5" panel of the SD14...The SD15 also now offers a choice of seven different color modes - Standard, Vivid, Neutral, Portrait, Landscape, Black and White, and Sepia..." see less »
Sigma Digital Camera - SD1
 
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Average Buy for Everyone
Reviews for this Sigma digital camera (2 expert reviews (rating 71 / 100) ): "A Bayer image sensor, which is what you'll find on pretty muc..." see more »
Reviews for this Sigma digital camera (2 expert reviews (rating 71 / 100) ): "A Bayer image sensor, which is what you'll find on pretty much every other digital camera you can find, uses a special filter to produce colors...The design of the sensor doesn't necessitate the use of an anti-alias (AA) filter, so extremely fine detail won't be muddied in the same way it is by cameras with AA filters...On the outside, the SD1 Merrill is a bit more typical...I had to run lens sharpness tests twice, as the SD1's autofocus was off by a hair..." see less »
Sigma Digital Camera - SD14
 
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Specs for this Sigma digital camera: 14.0 Megapixel
Reviews for this Sigma digital camera (2 user reviews): "This camera comes closest of any digital camera to achieving color photo outcomes equi..." see more »
Reviews for this Sigma digital camera (2 user reviews): "This camera comes closest of any digital camera to achieving color photo outcomes equivalent to film...The SD-14, with the right photographer behind the camera, can capture photos virtually impossible to duplicate with any other camera...I'll upload a video slideshow later..." see less »
Sigma Digital Camera - DP1s
 
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Specs for this Sigma digital camera: 14.0 Megapixel
Reviews for this Sigma digital camera: "In terms of hardware spec, the Sigma DP1s is largely unchanged from the DP1...The Sigma DP1s offers Aut..." see more »
Reviews for this Sigma digital camera: "In terms of hardware spec, the Sigma DP1s is largely unchanged from the DP1...The Sigma DP1s offers Auto, Manual, Program, Shutter- and Aperture-priority shooting modes, and determines exposures images via evaluative, center-weighted average and spot metering...As with the DP1 before it, the Sigma DP1s can store data on Secure Digital or MultiMediaCard media, including the larger SDHC types..." see less »
Sigma Digital Camera - DP1x
 
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Reviews for this Sigma digital camera: "Sigma DP1x digital camera, up-to-date specifications, latest news and reviews, hints and tips, and disc..." see more »
Reviews for this Sigma digital camera: "Sigma DP1x digital camera, up-to-date specifications, latest news and reviews, hints and tips, and discussion forums" see less »
Sigma Digital Camera - DP2s
 
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Reviews for this Sigma digital camera: "Sigma DP2s Reviews (updated 04 December’10). Ratings, Sample Photos, User Manual, Features and Sp..." see more »
Reviews for this Sigma digital camera: "Sigma DP2s Reviews (updated 04 December’10). Ratings, Sample Photos, User Manual, Features and Specifications." see less »
Sigma Digital Camera - DP2x
 
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Older product, look for current models
Specs for this Sigma digital camera: 14.0 Megapixel
Reviews for this Sigma digital camera: "Quick Specs - Resolution: 14 megapixels - Lens: 41mm F/2.8 - Optical sensor size: 13.8 x 20.7mm - Optic..." see more »
Reviews for this Sigma digital camera: "Quick Specs - Resolution: 14 megapixels - Lens: 41mm F/2.8 - Optical sensor size: 13.8 x 20.7mm - Optical sensor type: X3 CMOS. Price: $699.00 from 1 store." see less »