Summary: There's no doubt that the Sigma DP1x offers impressive image quality – with sharp and vibrant details – but this camera is let down when it comes to resolution. With images that feature a maximum size of 2652 x 1768 pixels, you'll be restricted to printing small photographs if you opt for a full 300dpi resolution.
Summary: This is very slightly larger than a small ‘point and shoot’ digital camera but a good deal smaller than most DSLR however in reality it is neither, it has good points and bad, two that stick out are no optical zoom and a poor inbuilt flash.
Summary: A pocketable camera with a large Foveon sensor that delivers rich, natural-looking colours plus a wide dynamic range and supports raw file capture.Sigma's DP1x features the same 20.7 x 13.8 mm Foveon X3 sensor and wide angle lens as Sigma's first large-sensor compact camera, the DP1, which was released just over three years ago. This recent update is largely cosmetic and combines the rear panel interface design of the DP2s with the True II processor from the DP2.
Pros: You're looking for a well-built pocketable camera with P, A, S and M shooting modes, and can afford the relatively high price tag., You're prepared to shoot and process raw files., You don't mind working with a frustratingly non-intuitive user interface and menus that are difficult to read outdoors., You're happy to use the monitor for shot composition. Don't buy this camera if:, You want a point-and-shoot camera., Your require fast capture rates plus a high buffer ca...