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Sigma reveals the smallest full-frame system camera in the world

Portability and scalability.
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Sigma FP

Sigma's new fp camera is less about pushing as many megapixels as possible and more about creating the perfect modular camera for stills or video. In its most basic form, you have a portable full-frame camera with a 24.6 megapixel back-illuminated Bayer sensor that's housed inside a dust and splash-proof body made from die-cast aluminum. Its design also allows it to scale up into a sophisticated cinema-grade system with support for 12-bit CinemaDNG recording at 4K resolution. Other features include a 3.15" 2.1-million-dot touchscreen display, quiet electronic shutter, continuous shooting speeds up to 18 fps, and alongside SD UHS-II card support, the camera will also have support for SSD storage via USB.

The Sigma fp will be available this fall.

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