The Sigma sd Quattro is the camera that helped me understand and come to terms with Sigma's mission as a camera manufacturer. I've railed against what I perceived as the faults of Sigma's cameras in the past (see here and here) and now I have come full circle in my stance on their cameras. It … Continue reading The Sigma sd Quattro
I made a video follow-up to my past articles on Sigma DSLRs (see this and this), where I talk about where Sigma is today and why I think they're lagging behind the market by 2-3 years. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hD0yFqWTtTw Sigma's R&D has not developed new DSLRs fast enough to keep up with market demands and the wonderful … Continue reading My thoughts on Sigma DSLRs
A few years ago, there were two companies which had some interesting opportunities ahead of them: Sigma with its revolutionary Foveon sensor and lens-making know-how, and FujiFilm with its remarkable Super CCD SR sensor and long-term experience with professional lens-making. They didn't stay on course. Sigma's continued development of the sensor has been much too … Continue reading What happened to Sigma and FujiFilm DSLRs?
I'm intrigued by the new DSLR from Sigma, the SD14. It's a 14-megapixel camera that uses a direct image sensor capable of detecting red, green and blue light at every pixel. The product brochure states: "The elements of this 14-megapixel sensor are arranged in three colorsensing layers, comparable to the three layers of emulsion in … Continue reading Camera preview: Sigma SD14 DSLR