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Sigma SD15 Digital SLR camera

Sigma SD15 Digital SLR camera - The price of the Sigma SD15 is released.

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Sigma SD15
Press Release:
Sigma Imaging (UK) Ltd is pleased to announce that the suggested retail price of the new SD15 digital SLR is £899.99. This camera is the latest model in Sigma’s SD series and will be available at the beginning of July.

Powered by the 14 megapixel Foveon X3 direct image sensor it can capture all primary RGB colours at each and every pixel location arranged in three layers.

The new SD15 incorporates the “TRUE II” image processing engine which processes the large amount of data from the 14 megapixel direct image sensor. It also provides high resolution power and reproduces high definition images with impressive three-dimensional detail, rich in gradation.

The camera adopts the SD card and incorporates a highly visible 3.0 inch LCD monitor, 77-Segment AE sensor and AFE (Analogue Front End). It provides high image quality and user friendly design. In addition, the durable shutter mechanism, which has a life of over 100,000 actuations, is ideal for the demands of digital photography.

Further information on the SD15 can be found at Sigma.
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efikim 7 7 United Kingdom
11 Jun 2010 7:04PM
yet again, Sigma count each red, green or blue sensor (approx 5M of each) add the totals together and then claim to have a 15Mpixel camera with R G and B at every location. They do, but only if you count the locations in the x and y planes, giving only 5M locations, and three colours at each location.

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User_Removed 13 17.9k 8 Norway
11 Jun 2010 7:28PM

But have you ever seen the results of a RAW Foveon-derived image..???

Beats a Beyer sensor every time.
Paul Morgan 16 18.8k 6 England
12 Jun 2010 8:45PM
Does it carry the same sensor filter as an earlier model ?


Was a lovely IR camera without the need for conversion.
User_Removed 13 17.9k 8 Norway
14 Jun 2010 6:43PM
Same sensor I think Paul but revamped electronics along with other improvements.

There is 'something' about a Foveon-derived image that I cannot define in words. For example - THIS - was shot on the old SD 9.

Stunning IMO.

(All of Laurence Matson acknowledged)
ZakBlack 10 105 14 England
21 Jun 2010 10:14AM
Yours for 400 in 6 months, a bargain.

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