Sigma Puts its Incredible Image Sensor Technology Into Weird Cameras

Released over the last couple of years, Sigma's three DP Merrill cameras were basically clumsy boxes built around an amazing image sensor matched to prime lenses at three different focal lengths. They took amazing photos, but they were also kind of frustrating to use. Now the cameras are getting a complete revamp, including a new image sensor and a wacky looking new body. Read More >>

The World's First f/1.8 Constant Aperture Lens Will Stalk Light Like Nothing Else

Sigma has just announced its new 18-35mm f/1.8 lens—the world's first ever lens to offer a fixed f/1.8 aperture throughout its zoom range. This thing will stalk light like you would not believe. Read More >>

The Coolest Cameras at CES 2013

Camera manufacturers announced so many awesome cameras this fall. We honestly weren't expecting much from them at CES this year. But some big manufacturers delivered the gear anyway. Here are four amazing new shooters that all surprised the megapixels out of us. Read More >>

Sigma Sticks Its Top DSLR Sensor Into Compact Cameras

You probably know Sigma for its inexpensive alternatives to brand-name lenses, but the company also makes some fine digital cameras. The newly rebooted DP-series compact cameras pack the same sensor technology as the company's excellent £2000-odd SD1 DSLR. Read More >>


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