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The Sigma DP2x is a mid-cost digital camera.

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Pros

solid aluminum alloy body construction

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41mm lens with fast f/2.8 aperture - great for low light shooting, separating the subject from their background

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professional aesthetic

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improved AF speeds over the DP2

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RAW format support

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external hotshoe

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full APS-C sized sensor - the same used on much larger crop-sensor DSLRs

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Cons

small, low resolution display (2.5", 230k dot)

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somewhat bulky - can't fit into a pocket easily

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slow - takes 3 seconds from turning it on to taking your first photo, storing RAW files takes 4 seconds

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fixed, fixed focal length lens - no replacing your lens, no zooming functionality

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not much of a looker

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The Sigma DP2x is a mid-cost digital camera. The main selling point of this portable camera is its fourteen megapixel Foveon X3 sensor, which Sigma promotes as twelve times larger than sensors usually found in cameras this size. This sensor, which is similar to the sensors found on Sigma's much larger SD15 and SD1 DSLR cameras, is capable of producing high-quality (330dpi) poster-size prints. The 24.2mm F2.8 lens of this camera is fixed, and so does not have a zoom. You can use this lens to capture images in both JPEG and RAW formats. It can also capture low-quality 320 x 240 video. If you want to save pictures or video taken on the Sigma DP2x, you must provide your own SD/SDHC/SDXC card.

Features
  • Color: Black
  • 14MP sensor
  • 24.2mm F2.8 lens
  • Manual mode
  • JPEG or RAW photos
  • 320 x 240 video
  • 9 point autofocus system
  • 100 to 3200 ISO range
  • 1600/3200 ISO in RAW
  • External SD /SDHC/SDXC card needed
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