Summary: The superbly sharp and distortion free lens combined with a direct image X3 sensor capable of capturing a stunning amount of detail means that while this camera may not be for everyone, has a few slight issues and looks quite pricey, those that do love it will be able to make it sing, particularly...
Pros: Good image quality, bags of detail, robust all-metal design, Improved AF system, Lens, Powerful RAW processor included.
Cons: Limited sensitivity range, Price, No optical viewfinder, Underpowered flash, Muted colour, Quirky menu controls, Sluggish handling.
Conclusion: The Sigma DP2s provides a well made but quirky compact package for the enthusiast despite it being one that has some slight white balance issues that need addressing, perhaps by a firmware update in the near future? But like Marmite, we suspect you'll either love or hate the DP2s.
Pros: Good image quality, bags of detail, robust all-metal design, improved AF system, lens, powerful RAW processor included
Cons: Limited sensitivity range, price, no optical viewfinder, underpowered flash, muted colour, quirky menu controls, sluggish handling