Sigma Cameras: Beast Mode
If you have been to a photo studio or a business/media photo-shoot, you may have probably seen the professionals carry cases of accessories for their cameras. The device’s lenses often reach inches in size, and their cameras are quite intimidating and often look like they came from the future. These cameras are specially made to shoot and capture images that will be used in every ad and promotion you will see in the future. DSLRs are already beasts on their own; now they are even more powered by compatible and advanced lenses and accessories, produced by companies like Sigma.
Sigma Professional Cameras For Your Accessories
Sigma is one of the leaders when it comes to producing high-end cameras and accessories. This family-owned company first set up shop in Japan, where they eventually grew into a world-wide developer of peripherals and gadgets, used by photographers. The company has stood tall for many years due to their accessories, and pretty soon, they started producing their own cameras that go along well with their very powerful lenses and accessories. If you are thinking of getting a professional device with ample capacity for upgrades and enhancements, you can trust Sigma to give the perfect camera for you.
Why choose Sigma as your camera?
- The brand is the top independent manufacturer of camera accessories in the world.
- Their cameras are properly designed to work with their high-end lenses.
- One of the few brands to offer full camera sets on the market.
- Camera Description: One of their more standard variant of cameras is the DSLR. The shooters are built to be fully compatible with the lenses, flashers, and other accessories the brand has to offer. These cameras can also bring out the full capabilities of their lenses, resulting to a very crisp and clear image.
- Camera Features: On their own, the DSLR cameras can reach up to 46MP in CMOS, with an ISO between 100-6400, and up to 6 fps shooting. The camera resolution can easily capture pictures with 4800 x 3200 pixel, visible through the 3-inch IPS LCD monitor, with a 77-Segment AE Sensor and a USB connector.
- Available Cameras: So far, the available and current camera of the group is the SD1 Merrill Digital SLR, with added peripherals and accessories when bought as a part of a kit.
- Camera Description: Sigma isn’t one to simply produce only professional devices. Their more casual and family-oriented compact digital cameras have similar features and hardware as their professional devices, but built on a much smaller and pocket-friendly form factor. These also come with a bit of compatibility with their other accessories.
- Camera Features: The Sigma cameras for casual users measure a much smaller 6.4 x 2.6 x 3.2 inches and weigh 395g. The camera also makes use of a larger CMOS, measuring up to 35mm with a resolution of 46MP. The camera can capture full HD images and store them on their SD card.
- Available Cameras: The Sigma cameras are all comprised of the DP Quattro mini cameras, and a smaller DP2 Merrill.