Along with the new lenses (see this post) Sigma yesterday also introduced the DP2x. This evolution brings this compact digital camera technically on par with the recently introduced DP1x. It now also incorporates AFE (Analog Front End) and a new AF algorithm to provide high speed auto focus.
What stayed the same is the 14 megapixel (2,652Ã—1,768Ã—3 layers) direct image sensor as used in the SD14, SD15 and other DP series cameras. And of course the high quality 24.2mm F2.8 large aperture lens, equivalent to 41mm on a 35mm SLR camera. The SLR-sized image sensor and the large aperture of F2.8 combination provide natural shallow depth-of-field and attractive bokeh effect in a very compact body.
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