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Sigma on Thursday revealed the world’s smallest “pocketable full-frame” mirrorless camera, the Sigma fp.
“It is a camera that is casual enough to take anywhere, anytime, and high-spec enough for serious still and cine shooting in the highest image quality,” the company said on its website.
Weighing in at 370g, the Sigma fp is a 24.6MP camera with a 35mm Bayer sensor that also boasts 4K UHD recording capabilities.
“Regardless of the differences in shooting scenes and styles or genre boundaries between stills and videos, this new camera is set to expand the freedom and possibilities in image shooting,” the company also said.
The camera features “an open and liberal system” that allows photographers to use lenses from a variety of brands using different attachments.
Sigma has not yet revealed the how much the fp will cost.
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