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Petition Started For Sigma To Create A Micro Four Thirds Mirrorless Camera

Petition Started For Sigma To Create A Micro Four Thirds Mirrorless Camera - Someone's started an online petition asking Sigma to make a Micro Four Thirds Mirrorless Camera.

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Category : Mirrorless Interchangeable Lens Camera
Product : Sigma DP3 Merrill
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Sigma DP3 Merrill

A petition has gone live over on Change.org that's trying to persuade Sigma to create a Mirrorless, Micro Four Thirds camera.

In the petition, creator Nathan Cowlishaw says: "I feel Sigma could enrich the mirrorless community by developing an M4/3 mirrorless camera that contains a Foveon sensor."

You can read the petition, which currently has 215 supporters, in-full here: Petitioning Sigma Camera & Lens Company

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cameracat 12 8.6k 61 Norfolk Island
18 Mar 2014 2:18PM
Seriously, There must be better things to petition for in this day and age.

I find it rather sad that people are so emotional about such things as gadgets and new toys, WHEN we have so much to squander on already.

Quote: I feel Sigma could enrich the mirrorless community

Yeah! Go on Sigma, We are right out of enrichment in our lives at the mo....Tongue

Must dream up a petition for something.....GGGgggggrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr

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josa 4 25 Czech Republic
19 Mar 2014 3:47PM
This is really bad idea...Sad Who needs it?
mikesavage 14 299 2 England
20 Mar 2014 12:44AM
I think M4/3 users would prefer to see Sigma produce a larger range of lenses for existing Olympus/Panasonic M4/3 cameras.
20 Mar 2014 9:38AM
I agree with Mike, I'd like to see a new Art model less than (focal length) the existing 19mm.


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