Sigma SD15 Digital SLR Camera

Sigma have revealed details of a new camera called the Sigma SD15. The SD15 is a digital SLR camera that is an upgrade to the previous SD14 model. The new model now accepts SD cards for storage and has a more durable shutter mechanism.

Other features include a new sensor that can capture images in RAW format up to 21 frames in a single shoot. The sensor is called the Foveon X3 and the image processing engine used is the Sigma TRUEII. A 77 segment AE sensor can be found on the SD15.

On the back of the camera is a 3 inch TFT screen that can display 460,000 pixels.

The shutter enhancements also allow for 100,000 shots before dust starts causing problems making it more advanced than previous versions of this camera.

On a single charge, Sigma say that up to 500 pictures can be captured. Overall it looks like quite a decent camera. As of now, no pricing or availability dates are known but we’ll let you know as soon as we get an update on this.

Via: Pocket-Lint

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