Yesterday, Sigma announced a new full-frame camera, the Sigma fp. Dubbed “the world’s smallest and lightest pocketable” full-frame mirrorless camera, the fp measures a minuscule 4.43 x 2.75 x 1.78 inches but still offers a 24.6-megapixel 35mm full-frame sensor.
Covered on the front and back sides with die-cast aluminum alloy, the camera is especially robust and adaptable. Running with the motto “able to shoot whenever you want, wherever you want,” Sigma has constructed the camera without a mechanical shutter for quiet shooting.
Sigma has also included in-camera editing, making the Sigma fb the first Sigma model to employ a curve adjustment function. It also introduces “TONE” and “COLOR” buttons for a quick access to the tone control and color mode menus.
Despite these advanced technologies and the impressive size factor, you’ll still need to attach a lens to it. Given the size of most full-frame lenses and the fp’s small body, we expect that to be an awkward pairing. We’ll keep our eyes out for more updates.