Today professional camera and accessory company Sigma lifted the veil on its DDP2s device. Coming less than one year after the introduction of the DP2, the DP2s reportedly has an improved auto-focus sensor and an upgrade to its RAW image processing.
The DP2s has ISO sensitivity up to 3200, and the 2.5-inch LCD allows users to preview their shots. Continuous shooting takes snapshots at three frames per second, and QVGA video recording captures live action at 320x240 resolution at 30 frames-per-second.
Sigma is best known for its presence in the camera accessory market, gaining high marks for its professional lenses. Its line of full camera products usually takes a back seat. The DP2s has no confirmed price point or release date at this time.
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