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A few small notices from Sigma

New firmware for the DP1x, DP2x and the SD15. Sigma released more info about the SD1 Point Support Program.

They ; also opened an Official Facebook Page (in Japanese). The 30mm F2.8 EX DN is now available for Micro Four Thirds cameras. And that the SIGMA SD1 Merrill is scheduled to start shipping at the end of this month.

 

New Firmware for Sigma DP1x & DP2x

Benefits of the firmware update

SIGMA DP1x firmware [Ver.1.03]
“¢ Languages to be displayed in Set Up menu are added.
“¢ Various bugs have been corrected to achieve more stable operation.


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Sigma DP1M & DP2M announced, featuring the same sensor as the Sigma SD1

In a surprise announcement Sigma introduced two new DP camera’s featuring the same sensor as in the SD1. We’ll try to get more info later today.

Gizmodo Japan has some photos showing the DP2M next to a original DP-series camera. It’s bigger but not too much.
http://www.gizmodo.jp/2012/02/_cpplus2012_sigmamerrill.html

For more info about the camera’s visit http://sigma-dp.com/

From Sigma’s website:

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SD1 rebranded and price drop

The SD1 DSLR will now be known as the SD1 Merrill, in honor of Dick Merrill, inventor of the Foveon sensor technology on which it is based. The price dropped to an estimated street price of $2,299!

Europe € 2,099

Announcement of SD1 Merrill

2012.2.8
To our valued customers,

We would like to express our appreciation for your loyal patronage of SIGMA products.

Today, we announced our new digital single lens reflex camera, the Sigma SD1 Merrill. This product has the same features, performance, and specifications as the SIGMA SD1, however, the price is substantially revised. We are gearing up for its release in March 2012, and the market price is expected to be approximately “JPY200,000.- “.

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Michihiro Yamaki passed away

Today we received the sad news that founder and CEO of Sigma Corporation, Michihiro Yamaki passed away on January 18th, 2012 at the age of 78.

We are very sad about this and for his family. We want to give them our sincerest condolences. We were fortunate to have met him a couple of times and that always was a wonderful experience. Because of his achievements we have gained a lot in life and got to know many friends that are so very dear to us. May his soul rest in peace and be in our thoughts forever. Thanks Mr. Yamaki!


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