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New Sigma fp Full-Frame Mirrorless Camera: Light and Small

New Sigma fp Full-Frame Mirrorless Camera: Light and Small

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Final details have just been unveiled for Sigma's first full-frame mirrorless camera: the fp. Ultra-compact, the fp claims the title of lightest and smallest full-frame mirrorless on the market, at only 14.9 oz, and wants to become your pocket camera.

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Final details have just been unveiled for Sigma's first full-frame mirrorless camera: the fp. Ultra-compact, the fp claims the title of lightest and smallest full-frame mirrorless on the market, at only 14.9 oz, and wants to become your pocket camera. It has a 24.6MP Bayer sensor for capturing sharp, clean images, and advanced 4K video, including raw capture. The body incorporates a large heat sink, as well, and is weather-sealed for reliable operation in numerous environments.
Interestingly, Sigma forgoes the use of a mechanical shutter on the fp, offering a fast, silent electronic shutter that enables continuous shooting at up to 18 fps. This model becomes Sigma’s first camera with the L-Mount, and with a quickly expanding line of L-Mount Lenses, shooters should have no problem building up an ideal kit. Plenty of other functions are present in the fp, such as TONE and COLOR options for tweaking image styles, Auto HDR, and Cinemagraph functions.
Sigma is serious about video in this model, offering UHD 4K at up to 30p and support for 12-bit CinemaDNG raw video when outputting video to an external recorder. The output is handled by a USB 3.1 (Gen 1) Type-C connection and there is a UHS-II SD card slot for recording internally. Users can also record directly to a connected bus-powered SSD. For ease of use, the camera has a dedicated switch to change between stills and video shooting quickly. This changes the operating menu and controls to suit your shooting needs best. It results in cleaner interfaces in both modes since each doesn’t need to show specific functions related to the other mode.

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