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Sigma Announces Two Brand New Lenses For L Series and Sony E-Mount Mirrorless Users

Sigma Announces Two Brand New Lenses For L Series and Sony E-Mount Mirrorless Users

Sigma launch two brand new lenses for Mirrorless users; the 24mm F2 DG DN Contemporary and the 90mm F2.8mm DG DN Contemporary, available from 24 September 2021 at the SRP £549.99

The two new lenses are the 24mm F2 DG DN | Contemporary and the 90mm F2.8 DG DN | Contemporary, sitting in the l series line-up and are designed from the ground up for L-Mount and Sony E-mount systems. This brings the total number of l series lenses to six, presenting mirrorless users with plenty of choice.

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The all-new 24mm F2 DG DN | Contemporary delivers exceptional edge-to-edge rendering power in an ultra-compact, all-metal body. This impressive, wide-angle, I series prime is now available for L-Mount and Sony E-mount systems.
The 24mm F2 DG DN | Contemporary premium compact prime is the latest lens to be added to SIGMA’s growing I series range. It joins four existing I series lenses as well as the new 90mm F2.8, offering superb optical performance, a bright F2 aperture, an all-metal build and a manual aperture ring. Designed from the ground up for mirrorless systems it feels perfectly-balanced on modern full-frame bodies, and boasts exceptional resolving power that can keep up with the latest ultra-high-resolution cameras.
The lens’s advanced optical design produces sharp, high-contrast results from the center of the frame to the far corners, and together with its F2 aperture and wide angle-of-view it’s an excellent choice for night sky photography, events and interiors.
Owing to its compact size the lens can be carried around effortlessly, which makes it perfect for day-to-day use. The high quality, all-metal construction, which is found on all of SIGMA’s I series models, makes the experience of owning and operating this lens extremely satisfying.
This new full-frame 24mm F2 prime is designed for photographers who need a sharp, fast, robust, wide-angle optic that will not weigh them down. It is available for L-Mount and Sony E-mount systems.

Key features
1. I series – Premium Compact Primes for mirrorless users
The SIGMA I series features full-frame-compatible lenses that offer mirrorless users a new and better alternative, both in the experience of shooting with the lens and in the impressive results it is able to achieve.
One of the key advantages of mirrorless cameras is their smaller form-factor, and this new 24mm optic is designed to be perfectly matched to these more compact systems without sacrificing performance. This combination of superb optical quality with exceptional portability, not previously possible with DSLR systems, will bring new opportunities to this and future generations of photographers.
Simultaneously, SIGMA is aware that, in this day and age when we have such huge diversity when it comes to what we use to photograph, as represented by smartphones, people look for something more than a mere act of ‘taking pictures’ when they choose to own a camera and lenses.
SIGMA’s excellence in development and processing technologies has been built up since it was founded in 1961 – actually, this lens is being announced 60 years to the day since SIGMA’s story began – and has become further sophisticated with the introduction of the SIGMA Global Vision in 2012. With this as a base SIGMA has given careful thought to how photographers use and enjoy their lenses, including optical design, advanced functionality, build quality and the experience of picking up and using the lens, and with all of this carefully considered the I series was born.

2. New standards of optical performance for the Contemporary line
The SIGMA 24mm F2 DG DN | Contemporary, like the SIGMA 35mm F2 DG DN | Contemporary and the SIGMA 65mm F2 DG DN | Contemporary, combines the highest level of optical performance even at its maximum aperture of F2 and a well-balanced body.
The lens uses two SLD glass elements and one FLD glass element to correct axial chromatic aberration, which is a particular concern with bright lenses. It also incorporates two high-precision glass-molded aspherical elements, made possible by the processing technology of SIGMA’s sole production facility in Aizu. This has enabled the total number of lens elements to be kept down and the size and weight of the lens to be reduced, while providing excellent correction of various aberrations.
In anticipation of wide-angle lens applications, SIGMA’s optical designers have ensured the lens resolution is extremely high, and is uniform from the center to the periphery of the image. Sagittal coma flare is also well suppressed, giving the lens a high degree of rendering power that makes it ideal for night sky photography.
The AF drive system incorporates a quiet, high-speed stepping motor. This allows photographers to capture every detail of the spacious 24mm scene with light AF.

3. Exceptional I series build quality with a compact form-factor
All I series lenses have an all-metal construction. The precision-cut aluminum parts not only give the barrel a sleek, stylish finish, but provide superb durability that improves the quality of the entire product. Metal materials are also used in internal structures that slide with the operation ring for added robustness. These high-precision components crafted with SIGMA’s cutting-edge metalworking technology are also used in SIGMA’s cine lens line-up for professional cinematographers and provide a tactile, ergonomic feel that make the lens a pleasure to use.
The cover ring between the focus ring and the aperture ring has hairline processing that is also used for the rear cylinder of the Art line. This covering functions as a finger hold when attaching or detaching the lens.
      
 Additional features
• Lens construction: 13 elements in 11 groups, with 1 FLD, 2 SLD and 2 aspherical lens elements
• Inner focus system
• Compatible with high-speed autofocus
• Stepping motor
• Compatible with lens aberration correction
* Function available on supported cameras only. Available corrections may vary depending on the camera model.
• Support DMF and AF+MF
• Super Multi-Layer Coating
• Aperture ring
• Focus Mode switch
• Petal-type lens hood (LH656-02)
• Magnetic metal lens cap (LCF62-01M)
• Mount with dust and splash resistant structure
• Compatible with SIGMA USB DOCK UD-11 (sold separately / for L-Mount only)
• Designed to minimize flare and ghosting
• Every single lens undergoes SIGMA’s proprietary MTF measuring system
• 9-blade rounded diaphragm
• High-precision, durable brass bayonet mount
• “Made in Japan” craftsmanship
Key specifications (The figures below are for L-Mount)
Lens construction: 11 groups, 13 elements (1 FLD, 2 SLD and 2 aspherical) Angle-of-view: 84.1°
Number of diaphragm blades: 9 (rounded diaphragm)
Minimum aperture: F22
Minimum focusing distance: 24.5cm
Maximum magnification ratio: 1:6.7
Filter size: φ62mm
Dimensions (Maximum Diameter x Length): φ70mm×72mm Weight: 365g

Sigma 24mm F2 DG DN Contemporary in our Equipment Database

SIGMA’s brand new, mid-telephoto I series prime for mirrorless systems, the compact 90mm F2.8 DG DN | Contemporary premium compact prime, has also been added to SIGMA’s growing I series range. It joins four existing I series primes as well as the all-new 24mm F2, offering superb optical performance, a bright F2.8 aperture, an all-metal build and a manual aperture ring. Designed especially for mirrorless systems it feels well-balanced on modern full-frame bodies, and boasts exceptional resolving power that can keep up with the latest ultra-high-resolution cameras.

01 PPhoto 90 28 Dg Dn C021 Lmt Horizontal |With its versatile mid-telephoto focal length, the lens is the longest I series lens yet, but still remains remarkably compact and light so is ideal for day-to-day use. It is fully-optimized for mirrorless systems with ultra-fast and accurate AF performance, and it boasts outstanding optical capabilities. The rich, smooth bokeh makes
for attractive backgrounds, which is perfect for portraits, and the minimum focusing distance of 50cm allows photographers to get closer to their subject.
This high-quality, everyday lens is able to bring scenes to life with its beautiful rendering and ultra-sharp optics, all in a portable, robust and tactile lens body.

Key features
1. I series – Premium Compact Primes for mirrorless users
The SIGMA I series features full-frame-compatible lenses that offer mirrorless users a new and better alternative, both in the experience of shooting with the lens and in the impressive results it is able to achieve.
One of the key advantages of mirrorless cameras is their smaller form-factor, and this new 90mm optic is designed to be perfectly matched to these more compact systems without sacrificing performance. This combination of superb optical quality with exceptional portability, not previously possible with DSLR systems, will bring new opportunities to this and future generations of photographers.
Simultaneously, SIGMA is aware that, in this day and age when we have such huge diversity when it comes to what we use to photograph, as represented by smartphones, people look for something more than a mere act of “taking pictures” when they choose to own a camera and lenses.
SIGMA’s excellence in development and processing technologies has been built up since it was founded in 1961 – actually, this lens is being announced 60 years to the day since SIGMA’s story began – and has become further sophisticated with the introduction of the SIGMA Global Vision in 2012. With this as a base SIGMA has given careful thought to how photographers use and enjoy their lenses, including optical design, advanced functionality, build quality and the experience of picking up and using the lens, and with all of this carefully considered the I series was born.

 2. New standards of optical performance for the Contemporary line
The SIGMA 90mm F2.8 DG DN | Contemporary boasts exceptional optical performance with a ultra-high resolving power to match the latest high-resolution mirrorless cameras.
The lens is built using the very latest optical technology, and includes five SLD glass elements. This helps to reduce axial chromatic aberration that cannot be corrected in-camera, allowing the lens to achieve high resolution and clear image quality with no color bleeding.
A high-precision glass molded aspherical lens provides both high resolution and beautiful bokeh. Photographers can enjoy shooting with soft, large bokeh without coloration and this is something that only a full-frame lens is able to deliver.
The lens also utilizes the camera’s optical correction functionality, which is an advantage of mirrorless systems, SIGMA’s optical designers were therefore able to concentrate on correcting aberrations that can only be corrected by the optical design, thereby improving rendering performance and reducing the size and weight of the lens.
With a minimum focusing distance of 50cm and a maximum magnification ratio of 1:5, close-up macro-style photography is possible. The lens highlights the subject, allowing photographers to focus in on fine details or create more abstract compositions.
The AF drive system incorporates a quiet, high-speed stepping motor, making it suitable for still images as well as video recording.

3. Exceptional I series build quality with a compact form-factor
All I series lenses have an all-metal construction. The precision-cut aluminum parts not only give the barrel a sleek, stylish finish, but provide superb durability that improves the quality of the entire product. Metal materials are also used in internal structures that slide with the operation ring for added robustness. These high-precision components crafted with SIGMA’s cutting-edge metalworking technology are also used in SIGMA’s cine lens line-up for professional cinematographers and provide a tactile, ergonomic feel that make the lens a pleasure to use.

The 90mm F2.8 DG DN | Contemporary shares the same φ64mm maximum diameter and 55mm filter size as the 24mm F3.5 DG DN | Contemporary and the 45mm F2.8 DG DN | Contemporary, making them a natural trio, especially for filmmakers who use filters more regularly.
With a combined weight of only 735grams / 25.9oz.*, these three lenses (wide-angle, standard, mid-telephoto) can be used in tandem as part of a high-spec and compact camera system that covers a wide range of shooting situations.
*The figures are for L-Mount.

 Additional features
• Lens construction: 11 elements in 10 groups, with 5 SLD and 1 aspherical lens element
• Inner focus system
• Compatible with high-speed autofocus
• Stepping motor
• Compatible with lens aberration correction
* Function available on supported cameras only. Available corrections may vary depending on the camera model.
• Support DMF and AF+MF
• Super Multi-Layer Coating
• Aperture ring
• Focus Mode switch
• Lens hood (LH576-02)
• Magnetic metal lens cap (LCF55-01M)
• Mount with dust and splash resistant structure
• Compatible with SIGMA USB DOCK UD-11 (sold separately / for L-Mount only)
• Designed to minimize flare and ghosting
• Every single lens undergoes SIGMA’s proprietary MTF measuring system
• 9-blade rounded diaphragm
• High-precision, durable brass bayonet mount
• “Made in Japan” craftsmanship
Key specifications (The figures below are for L-Mount)
Lens construction: 10 groups, 11 elements (5 SLD and 1 aspherical) Angle-of-view: 27°
Number of diaphragm blades: 9 (rounded diaphragm)
Minimum aperture: F22
Minimum focusing distance: 50cm
Maximum magnification ratio: 1:5
Filter size: φ55mm
Dimensions (Maximum Diameter x Length): φ64mm×59.7mm. Weight: 295g

Sigma 90mm F2.8 DG DN Contemporary in our Equipment Database

 

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Sigma fp L Review | ePHOTOzine

Sigma fp L Review | ePHOTOzine

fp L

Quick Verdict

The Sigma fp L is currently the smallest and cheapest mirrorless camera with a 61mp full-frame sensor. It has improved focus, but still remains relatively slow compared to other cameras. For the videographer or CINE film-maker, this camera might be ideal, and the price is certainly good value for money. For the stills photographer, the handling of the camera can feel a little odd, particularly if you use the camera without the optional grip.

You’ll also find that many of the L-Mount lenses available are quite large, and therefore feel unbalanced in comparison to the small camera body, unless you’re using some of the smaller lenses. The optional large grip certainly helps here. The Sigma fp L is the cheapest 61mp full-frame mirrorless camera, and if resolution is your priority, then this could be a good option for you depending on your needs.

+ Pros

  • Full-frame 61mp BSI CMOS sensor
  • Modular design makes it very compact
  • DNG raw files
  • World’s smallest full-frame mirrorless camera
  • Open system encourages others to develop accessories for the camera
  • Multiple video / CINE features that will appeal to that market
  • Silent shutter

– Cons

  • Slow focus, limited continuous shots
  • No headphone socket (without adding EVF)
  • Lack of Wireless limits remote shooting
  • Electronic shutter means banding at higher ISOs / under some lighting
  • Lacks In-body Image Stabilisation
  • CINE-4K is external only
  • Doesn’t offer 60fps 4K video

 

Sigma Fp L (1) | 1/25 sec | f/8.0 | 30.0 mm | ISO 1600
The Sigma fp L is Sigma’s update to the Sigma fp, a compact full-frame mirrorless camera, the new version now features a 61-megapixel Full-Frame sensor. It’s the World’s smallest full-frame mirrorless camera, and much of this is due to the modular nature of the camera. If you want a flash hot-shoe, you can screw it onto the side, or if you want a grip, you can attach one. If you want a viewfinder, you can attach the new EVF-11.

Before the Sigma fp/fp L, previous Sigma cameras have all used the Foveon sensor as their unique feature, being the only company (currently) around that uses the Foveon sensor. However, the Sigma fp and fp L both use sensors with the standard Bayer filter.

The Sigma fp and fp L are part of the “L-Mount Alliance” with Leica, Panasonic, and Sigma, all committed to producing cameras, lenses and accessories, sharing the same L-Mount lens-mount.

Sigma fp L Features

Sigma Fp L (6) | 1/25 sec | f/8.0 | 30.0 mm | ISO 1600

As part of the L-Mount alliance, the camera has access to all Leica L-Mount lenses, all Panasonic L-Mount lenses, and of course, all Sigma L-Mount lenses, of which there are a vast number of lenses available.

“Build your own camera” – In the box you’ll find a variety of things, depending on what kit you bought, including strap loops that you screw onto the camera, and a flash hot-shoe is also something that you need to screw onto the camera if you want to use it. If you’ve bought the EVF-11 kit, you also get the new EVF (shown below), and you can use either the flash hot-shoe OR the EVF-11, but not both at the same time.

Sigma Fp L (5) | 1/40 sec | f/8.0 | 30.0 mm | ISO 1600
The camera features a Full-frame 61 megapixel BSI CMOS sensor and you’ll also notice that this is the World’s smallest full-frame mirrorless camera, it weighs just 427g with battery (just slightly more than the 422g of the Sigma fp). The fp L doesn’t have a built-in mechanical shutter, instead, it uses an electronic shutter, which helps keep the camera small. There is electronic image stabilisation, again, keeping the camera small, as an in-camera image stabilisation system would use additional space.

New to the fp L, compared to the fp:

  • 61mp BSI CMOS sensor (Bayer)
  • Hybrid Contrast + Phase-detection AF
  • 10fps continuous shooting (18fps on fp)
  • Crop zoom feature (up to 5x in FullHD without image quality loss)
  • USB PD / Charging support
  • Save and share camera settings (this is coming to the fp with a firmware update)

 

STILL Shooting features

The Sigma fp L has P, A, S, M shooting modes, plus 6 custom modes, giving you full manual control. To switch between modes you use the Mode button, as there isn’t a mode dial to be found on the camera. You’ll also notice there aren’t any “Scene” modes or “Intelligent Auto” modes to be found on the camera, instead, the P / Program AE (Auto Exposure) mode is the closest you’ll get to a mode designed for beginners. There is built-in HDR, focus stacking, and colour options available, so you can be more creative.

For Foveon fans, there is FOV (Foveon) Blue and FOV (Foveon) Yellow colour options available, designed to reproduce the look/colour achieved with Sigma’s Foveon cameras. There’s also new Powder Blue and Duotone colour options (due to be added to the Sigma fp with a firmware update), with quick access to these with the “Color” button. You can also switch off the colour profile, which gives a “flat” image.

There’s built-in DNG (raw) processing which lets you adjust multiple settings including “Fill Light” a technology available with Sigma Photo Pro, that was first introduced with the Foveon sensor and has now made its way over to this camera.

 

CINE mode

The Sigma fp L has a strong emphasis on CINE video recording, however, doesn’t offer internal 4K CINE (DCI 4096×2160) resolution video, instead recording 4K UHD (3840×2160) resolution video internally. You can record CINE-4K to an external recorded via HDMI.

You can record standard 4K UHD 8-bit video at 30, 25, and 24fps to SD cards, and these are recorded as MOV (H.264 ALL-I/GOP) files.

To record CinemaDNG UHD video at 12bit 30fps video you’ll need to connect a portable SSD. CinemaDNG can be recorded to UHS-II SD cards as 8-bit, 25fps video.

There are numerous features and options that will appeal to videographers, and CINE film-markers, including Director’s View, and the modular nature of the camera will also add to the appeal.

Sigma Fp L (9) | 1/40 sec | f/8.0 | 30.0 mm | ISO 1600
 

Key Features

  • 61mp Full-frame BSI CMOS sensor
  • L-Mount Lens Mount
  • 3.15inch touch-screen, 2.1m dots
  • ISO100 to ISO25600 (Standard), Extended ISO6 to ISO102400
  • 49 focus points, phase and contrast detection
  • Face and eye-detection focus (AF)
  • 14-bit RAW (DNG)
  • 10fps continuous shooting speed
  • 4K UHD video, CinemaDNG (C4K external via HDMI)
  • Electronic Image Stabilisation (EIS)
  • UHS-II SD Card slot
  • HDR, Focus bracket, Fill light bracket
  • Weather-sealed, dust and splashproof

Sigma fp L Handling

Sigma Fp L (14) | 1/40 sec | f/8.0 | 30.0 mm | ISO 1600
The Sigma fp L is almost identical in design to the Sigma fp. The Sigma fp L is designed to be a “modular” camera, and if you unscrew the strap loops on the left and right sides, you’ll find additional tripod sockets, that can be used to mount the camera on a tripod, or to add additional accessories, such as the flash hot-shoe. Underneath there’s another tripod socket, in the normal place you’d expect to find one.   

The camera features a metal body, and feels tough, and solid, with a rubber grip at the back, but we felt that it was missing from the front. The optional grip(s) easily resolves this, and the sides, as well as the back, provide a good level of grip. If you’re using a larger lens, then this also provides another point for holding the camera securely. If you don’t add a grip to the camera, then using the 4-way controller / scroll wheel on the back can be a little awkward, and we ended up accidentally pressing buttons and changing settings we didn’t want to change (in the QS menus).

You don’t need to worry about is the shutter potentially shaking the camera, something known as “shutter shock”, as the camera does not have a mechanical shutter, instead the camera uses an electronic shutter. This helps keep the camera smaller than it would be otherwise. The danger from this, however, is the risk of banding or “jello” in images.

Sigma Fp L (2) | 1/40 sec | f/8.0 | 30.0 mm | ISO 1600
The Sigma fp L, in its native form, doesn’t feature much in the way of a grip, it doesn’t even feature a flash hot-shoe until you attach the flash hot-shoe “accessory” that attaches to the left-hand side of the camera. This makes the camera look even more “odd” as does the EVF-11.

However, this also makes it small, and compact, in fact, the smallest full-frame camera available, but it also makes it a little too small when used with bigger L-mount lenses. If you want a small system, then the Sigma 45mm f/2.8 lens is particularly compact and makes a good match for the system. If you’re using a larger lens, then you’ll most likely want to use a grip with the camera, and there are two options available from Sigma, the “Hand Grip HG-11” for £59.99, or the “Large Hand Grip HG-21” at £99.99.

With the optional large HG-21 grip (RRP £99) the camera height is increased, and the grip is large (as per the title) giving a good handling experience. We’d particularly recommend this if you are using any lens other than the 45mm lens. The grip has a cutout to provide quick access to the battery and memory compartment.

Switching on the fp L is a fairly sluggish affair, with the camera taking between 2 and 3 seconds to switch on before you can start taking photos. You can shoot at up to 10fps, but you can only take 12 shots. Shooting at the low continuous shooting speed (of 3fps) lets you shoot up to 24 shots. Despite the camera now featuring hybrid AF, with phase and contrast-detection AF, we didn’t find the focus speeds particularly quick. They may be quicker than the Sigma fp, but they’re still relatively slow compared to other camera systems.

 

Controls and ergonomics

The camera controls are clearly laid out, with a large on/off switch, as well as a clear CINE / STILLS switch to let you switch between the video and stills shooting modes. There’s a top command wheel, as well as a scroll wheel on the back – this makes it easy to adjust the exposure (shutter, aperture, exposure compensation etc).

The QS (Quick Select) button gives quick access to common settings, making it easy to change common settings. There are also dedicated buttons to adjust the colour settings (where you’ll find “film” like settings, such as “CINE” and “Foveon Blue”, “Forest Green” etc). Another button lets you adjust the tone, where you can adjust the highlight and shadow tone. Another button you’ll find on the back is the “Mode” button, which you can use to switch between the different modes, including P, A, S, M, etc. There is no mode dial. The QS menu options can be customised.

Sigma Fp L (11) | 1/40 sec | f/8.0 | 30.0 mm | ISO 1600
The menus are clearly laid out, and colour coded split over “Shoot”, “Play” and “System” (Settings). The menu options are different depending on whether you’re in CINE mode or STILL mode. There is some built-in help, and if an option isn’t available (greyed out) then the camera will give a quick reason for this.

There is no viewfinder included in the camera body, but you can add the EVF-11, available as an optional electronic viewfinder (EVF), there’s also an “LCD View Finder LVF-11” attachment (with dioptre adjustment), that turns the rear LCD screen into a large electronic viewfinder.

Sigma Fp L (3) | 1/25 sec | f/8.0 | 30.0 mm | ISO 1600

The EVF-11 electronic viewfinder screws into the side of the camera, connecting to the USB, HDMI, and side connections. There is no eye-detection sensor, and instead, you need to physically move the switch on the side if you want to switch between the LCD screen and the EVF. The EVF gives a large view of the scene and comes with a regular-sized eye-cup as well as a larger eyecup in the box. It has a resolution of 3.68m dots, a magnification of 0.83x, and you will find the dioptre correction hidden behind the eye-cup. The EVF also tilts up 90 degrees and adds a headphone socket, as well as a USB connection, however it does block off the HDMI connection (using this to provide the display).

Looking at the camera, you might think that the screen tilts, but unfortunately, it’s entirely fixed in position. The sides around the screen, which make it look like it should tilt, are instead a cooling area (heatsink) for the camera to aid in keeping the camera cool with extended video use. The screen looks great, with a high resolution of 2.1million dots, and it’s slightly larger than most, being 3.15inches in size. The screen has great viewing angles, and viewing outdoors is also good.

Focus points – The camera gives you 49 focus points, which can be manually selected, using the touch-screen, or the directional 4-way controller/scroll wheel, and the size of the focus point can be changed. These cover a fairly wide area of the sensor, although surprisingly not the entire sensor. You can see where they are in the photo below. You can also select from 1581 (31×51) points if more precision is needed.

Sigma Fp L Focus Points
Sigma fp L Focus Points

What is the AF-EV range? With a good autofocus EV range, down to -5 EV, the camera can focus in low-light but will occasionally struggle at times, and fail to focus, taking several attempts to correctly focus.

Battery life is rated at 240 shots (less than the 280 shots offered by the Sigma fp). There is one battery provided in the box, so we’d recommend buying a second with the camera. You can also power the camera using a portable power bank, such as one you’d use to charge a smartphone, while using the camera. The camera has a USB Type-C connection, and to charge the battery, you leave it in the camera and use the provided USB cable and AC Adapter.

Sigma Fp L (15) | 1/50 sec | f/8.0 | 30.0 mm | ISO 1600
 

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Sigma fp L Sample Photos

Sigma fp L Sample Photos

Sample photos from the new 61mp Sigma fp L – Sigma’s full-frame mirrorless camera with L-Mount lens mount.

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Sigma fp L in Mirrorless Cameras

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The Sigma fp L features a 61mp Full-frame BSI CMOS sensor, with phase-detection auto focus, 10fps continuous shooting, 4K UHD video recording (internal) with 4K DCI recording possible with an external device. It is being introduced with the new (optional) 3.68million dot electronic viewfinder (EVF-11).

Full-size sample photos taken with the 61mp Sigma fp L and Sigma 24-70mm f/2.8 DG DN Art lens.

Sigma fp L Sample Photos

Simply click “High Res” to view the full-size original JPEG images, although it’s worth noting that images are between 26 and 39MB, so may take some time to download on slower internet connections.

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