Introducing Sigma dp2 Quattro Camera With Foveon X3 Sensor

Introducing Sigma dp2 Quattro with high image compact camera Sigma dp. Also its connected with new generation name "Quattro" and developed with Foveon X3 direct image sensor, this sensor produces incredible resolution, precise gradation, gorgeous color, breathtaking realism with a 3D feel. In other words, full-bodied image quality. It also offers standard lens which equivalent to 45mm on a 35mm lens.  The dp2 Quattro will have 30mm f/2.8 general purpose lens, apart of that dp1 and dp3 will respectively have 19mm wide-angle and 50mm telephoto optics.

Technology features:
    > Sensor technology
    > Foveon X3 sensor Quattro
    > Image processing engine
    > Dedicated high-performance lens
    > Optional Accessories

    Dp1                                  DP 2                                    DP3

Focal Length 19mm 30mm 50mm
35mm Equivalent Focal Length Approx.28mm Approx.45mm Approx.75mm
Lens F number F2.8~F16 F2.8~F16 F2.8~F16
Number of Diaphragm Blades 9 Blades 9 Blades 7 Blades
Lens Construction 9 Elements in 8 Groups 8 Elements in 6 Groups 10 Elements in 8 Groups
Shooting Range 20cm~∞, LIMIT Mode
(It is possible to choose Macro, Portrait and Scenery.)
28cm~∞, LIMIT Mode
(It is possible to choose Macro, Portrait and Scenery.)
22.6cm~∞, LIMIT Mode
(It is possible to choose Macro, Portrait and Scenery.)
Maximum Magnification Shooting 1:8.3 1:7.6 1:3
Dimensions 161.4mm/6.4"(W), 67mm/2.6"(H), 87.1mm/3.4"(D) 161.4mm/6.4"(W), 67mm/2.6"(H), 81.6mm/3.2"(D) 161.4mm/6.4"(W), 67mm/2.6"(H), 101.8mm/4.0"(D)
Weight TBD 395g/13.9oz (without battery and memory card) TBD

Image Sensor Foveon X3 Direct Image Sensor (CMOS)
Image Sensor Size 23.5×15.7mm
Color Photo Detectors Total Pixels: Approx.33MP, Effective Pixels: Approx.29MP
Storage Media SD Card, SDHC Card, SDXC Card
File Format Lossless compression RAW data (14-bit), JPEG (Exif2.3), RAW+JPEG
Aspect Ratio 21:9, 16:9, 3:2, 4:3, 1:1

Source: Sigma

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