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Sigma hat heute die Sigma fp mit L-Mount vorgestellt, die weltwelt kleinste und leichteste Vollformat-Spiegellose.

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Offizielle Pressemitteilung (bislang erst auf englisch)

SIGMA announces the “SIGMA fp”, the world's smallest and lightest mirrorless digital camera* with a full-frame image sensor

SIGMA Corporation is pleased to announce the launch of “SIGMA fp,” the world's smallest and lightest full-frame mirrorless digital camera*. The SIGMA fp incorporates a 35mm full-frame Bayer sensor with 24.6 effective megapixels in a compact body, and boasts great versatility and scalability that allows mixing-and-matching of a variety of interchangeable lenses and accessories. 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, all in a robust and classy body.

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 and art creation further than ever before. A “pocketable full-frame” camera: SIGMA fp, is now available.

SIGMA's take on an entirely new system camera.
The world's smallest and lightest “pocketable full-frame” camera is here.

The environment that surrounds shooting and art creation is undergoing radical changes. In this day and age when one user may have both a high-performance interchangeable lens camera and a smartphone camera, using them flexibly according to specific purposes and settings, SIGMA stopped and questioned the inherent value of a digital camera.

As a result, SIGMA set itself to develop a user-oriented digital camera that reflected the idea of “how a camera can be” in a more flexible and true-to-life manner, without conforming to manufacturers' ideas of camera-centric categories and hierarchy.

[Development concept]

Pocketable full-frame│Impressive portability and power

The “smallest and lightest body possible” with which one can express their creative ideas whenever they want, combined with a “full-frame sensor” that is suitable for serious occasions without compromising on image quality, and “superb build quality” that makes the camera the perfect linchpin of a high-performance lens system.

Scalable│Versatile scalability

An “open and liberal system” that allows one to pair the camera with lenses and accessories, whether from SIGMA or other brands, using a variety of attachments, complete with “versatile scalability” that makes the camera adaptable to any scenes.

Seamless│Full-fledged, liberating shooting functions

A “highly intuitive UI” that allows one to move between full-fledged still and cine shooting modes with just one finger, making for a “seamless and truly creative tool” that goes beyond style and genre differences.

Making it a top priority to realize these three concepts all at once and without requiring any trade-offs, SIGMA selected only the elements and mechanisms that were truly needed with no compromise to create the SIGMA fp as the embodiment of an “entirely new digital camera that SIGMA can offer to the world right now.”

It's a camera body that changes its configuration with great flexibility centered around the user. It's a tool that gives the user the joy of a new camera life that they themselves are yet to discover. It's a new system camera that will overturn the paradigm of “digital cameras.”

The SIGMA fp is here to broaden the potential of “image shooting” ad infinitum.

[Key features]

1. World's smallest and lightest full-frame camera

With overall dimensions of 112.6×69.9×45.3mm and body weight of 370g, without battery and card, the SIGMA fp is the world's smallest and lightest full-frame mirrorless camera*. It employs a back-illuminated 35mm full-frame Bayer sensor with 24.6 effective megapixels for high-quality images.

Covered on the front and back sides with die-cast aluminum alloy for its superior robustness and thermal conductivity, the compact body of the SIGMA fp is built with a signature heat sink structure and sealing on 42 points for a dust- and splash-proof structure, making it a perfect camera to use for long hours under all types of environments. With its small body and great adaptability, the SIGMA fp enhances the joy of full-frame image quality, no matter what one's shooting settings may be. *As of July, 2019.

2. Electronic shutter for a variety of settings

“Able to shoot whenever you want, wherever you want”―to realize this concept, the SIGMA fp incorporates a construction without a mechanical shutter for quiet shooting. This allows shooting without worrying about noise in a situation where one would have hesitated with a conventional camera because of its shutter sound. It gives no shutter shock even when shooting in quick succession at a frame rate of 18 frames/sec. eliminating even the tiniest shakes.

In addition, the absence of a mechanical shutter, whose performance level can change through continuous operation, means that the SIGMA fp is a camera with improved reliability.

3. Superior options in artistic picture & video creations

The SIGMA fp is a frontrunner in incorporating functions that help exploring the photographic and cinematic creations.

For instance, in addition to a number of different color modes, the SIGMA fp has newly introduced the “Teal and Orange” mode, inspired by the color grading technique commonly used in Hollywood films. Each mode has a slider that enables adjustment of the strength of the effects to apply, providing even greater control in one's creations.

The SIGMA fp is the first SIGMA camera to employ a tone curve adjustment function in addition to "Fill Light", a special adjustment function of SIGMA Photo Pro, and they are both available in-camera. It has also newly introduced "TONE" and "COLOR" buttons for a quick access to each of the tone control and color mode menus. With these enhanced functions and a variety of operation elements, the SIGMA fp makes it simple and easy to create an image, in-camera with great details, be it still or video.

4. Advanced picture & video generating functions

The SIGMA fp employs a number of advanced technologies for image and video generation.

The Auto HDR function takes advantage of an electronic shutter to take multiple pictures of different exposures (3 frames for still photography and 2 frames for video) at once, which can then be merged into a single picture or video with a great dynamic range that could not have been achieved in normal shooting. The Cinemagraph function, meanwhile, achieves a hybrid between still photography and video in the form of animated GIFs in which parts of a still image keep moving. With this function, the SIGMA fp is capable of creating Cinemagraphs in-camera.

Note: The Auto HDR function in the Cine mode and the Cinemagraph function are to become available via firmware update scheduled at a later date.

5. L-Mount

The SIGMA fp uses the L-Mount*, characterized by a short flange focal length, large diameter, and superior durability. For interchangeable lenses, in addition to the wide-ranging choices of SIGMA lenses, other manufacturers' lenses can also be an option through the L-Mount Alliance with Leica Camera AG and Panasonic Corporation. With the SIGMA MOUNT CONVERTER MC-21, SIGMA SA mount and SIGMA's CANON EF mount lenses can be used, making the best out of one's lens investment. *The L-Mount Trademark is a registered Trademark of Leica Camera AG.

6. Supports full-fledged video production

For raw video data, the SIGMA fp supports 12-bit CinemaDNG external recording. With 4K UHD/24fps recording, it produces video data that can be used even in filmmaking. It also supports ALL-I recording which is optimal for editing H.264 compressed videos.

For video output, it uses USB3.1(GEN1), which allows a smooth data transmission to an external recording unit. As it also supports cinema camera-like user interfaces, the SIGMA fp is a camera that can be taken straight to video production settings.

Note: The feature of playing CinemaDNG footages in-camera is to become available via firmware update scheduled at a later date.

7. Seamless transition between Still and Cine modes

Going from the Still mode to the Cine mode at the flip of a switch. Each mode comes with a specially designed operation system and displays, making it possible to concentrate on shooting in each mode, stress-free.

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Smart. nur ~370gr, dann aber das neue L-Mount Sigma 35mm F1.2 DG DN Art mit +1kg, wäre von den Specs (Full-Frame Foveon + lichtstarkes 35er) eine nette Street-Kombo geworden.

 

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Auf jeden Fall ein sehr interessaner Ansatz, auch dass die 3 gleichzeitig vorgestellten Objektive wieder einen Blendenring haben.

Garnicht schön finde ich das Fehlen des Suchers. Im Video erkenne ich nur einen sehr großen Aufsatz für das Display, wie von den DP's bekannt. Warten wir mal ab, was es dann tatsächlich gibt.

Nach Erfahrung mit verschiedenen Sigma DP Kameras und der X-Vario möchte ich auf den Sucher nicht verzichten.

 

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Ja, der fehlende Sucher wird schon von einigen bemängelt.

Würde mich auch stören, vor allem am Tage bei Sonne.

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Hinter dem Link von Brigitte findet man allerlei Zubehör, auch einen Viewfinder, zwar nur LCD, aber besser als nix und 2 versch. Handgriffe gibt's auch.

Aber doch kein Foveon, sondern:
"The back-illuminated Bayer CMOS sensor is 36x24mm with a resolution of 5,520 x 3,680 pixels, resulting a total of 60.9 mega pixels."

Noch 'ne Ergänzung, kommt wohl eher mit 24,6 MP was auch gut zum Konzept passt.

Edited by SchneiderPetr

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vor 27 Minuten schrieb Henning-L:

Leider wohl ohne eingebauten Sucher und das Design der Kamera - na ja.

design eben sigma like, die DP's auch sehr gewöhnungsbedürftig wobei dieses fp-gehäuse deutlich an div. Kompaktbodys* orientiert ist.

Kleinste Vollformatkamera ist das Eine, entsprechende Objektive, vor allem lichtstärkebetonte, das Andere und da wird es mit Kompaktabmessungen und Gewicht schnell eng. Mit diversem Zubehör, angefangen bei Handgriff, LVF usw. relativiert sich "kompakt" natürlich recht schnell. Na ja man wird sehen was daraus wird. 

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Ich verstehe das so, wie auch im Video anschaulich gezeigt, dass dieses kleine Gehäuse sozusagen nur der "Funktionskern" ist, an den man das Zubehör dranschraubt, das zur Aufgabe passt. Soweit ok. Bleibt die Sucherfrage. Das oben schon genannte Zubehör, ist ja der große Aufsatz für hinten. Kenne ich von DPs. Funktional aber eben sehr sperrig, von pocketable bleibt da nichts übrig.

Trotzdem, ich bin positiv gespannt

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Auf den ersten Blick: Zum Glück fehlt da der Sucher, sonst könnte man prompt in Versuchung geraten...

Da ich aber gegen GAS geimpft bin sollte das neue Gerät keine Probleme verursachen. Die Nebenwirkungen beschränken sich auf gelegentliches klicken der entsprechenden Website.

Markus

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No Sucher, no Future. Zu mindest bei mir. 

Was soll der Hobel eigentlich kosten, wenn er fertig ist?

Oh ich sehe gerade, der Sucher ist unsichtbar. :D Ja dann.

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vor 15 Minuten schrieb Bernd1959:

No Sucher, no Future. Zu mindest bei mir. 

Was soll der Hobel eigentlich kosten, wenn er fertig ist?

Oh ich sehe gerade, der Sucher ist unsichtbar. :D Ja dann.

Es gibt einen Aufstecksucher dazu.

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vor 21 Minuten schrieb EUSe:

Es gibt einen Aufstecksucher dazu.

Abgelehnt. Zu Unpraktisch im Handling. ;) War schon das No Go bei der XV.

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vor 2 Minuten schrieb Bernd1959:

Abgelehnt. Zu Unpraktisch im Handling. ;) War schon das No Go bei der XV.

Aber das Sigma-Design ist doch so elegant...😉

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So, wie's aussieht: kein Aufsteck- sondern Aufschiebsucher (vermutlich von der linken Kameraseite aus über den Monitor zu schieben, ist vielleicht vom Tschernobyl-Sarkophag abgekupfert)😎

Gehäuse + Sucher = Design meines ersten Diabetrachters.😃

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vor 47 Minuten schrieb EUSe:

Es gibt einen Aufstecksucher dazu.

Das hätte ich ja noch gut gefunden. Aber dem ist wohl nicht so (sieh' Dir die Oberseite der Kamera an). Es gibt einen „Anstecksucher“. Der ist größer als die Kamera.

Sharif

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vor 2 Minuten schrieb Sharif:

Das hätte ich ja noch gut gefunden. Aber dem ist wohl nicht so (sieh' Dir die Oberseite der Kamera an). Es gibt einen „Anstecksucher“. Der ist größer als die Kamera.

Sharif

Ah!  Na dann... hässlich ist sie sowieso.

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Das Reklamevideo (Concept movie!) gefällt mir sehr gut. Die Musik!

Sharif

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