Sigma likes to surprise and despite the fact that the company's cameras are quite niche products, it constantly develops them.
The L system has been extended to include a very interesting camera, which is currently the smallest and lightest system full frame camera on the market.
1). Sigma FP - Front
The camera is equipped with a 24.6 million BSI CMOS sensor with a traditional Bayer filter that will allow you to work in the ISO 100-25600 range, which will be further expanded to ISO 6-102400.
2). Sigma FP - Back
The camera has not been equipped with any type of mechanical shutter - everything is done here based on an electronic shutter. As a result, we get a serial mode with a speed of 18 fps. The system itself was based, unfortunately, only on contrast detection, but if thanks to cooperation with Panasonic Sigma it was possible to gain access to DFD technology.
In addition, the camera will allow the recording of 12-bit video in RAW (DNG) format at 4K resolution at 24fps. We can get such possibilities when using external recorders.
3). Sigma FP - Top
However, the new Sigma is more than just an interesting specification and small size. The manufacturer presents the new model as a camera that breaks down barriers and gives users unprecedented freedom. To support your words, soon there will be a number of optional accessories and modules extending the body, including grips, viewfinder for the LCD screen or lamp holders with hot shoe. So maybe in the future we will also see the optional electronic viewfinder.
Users will certainly be pleased by the fact that the body has been completely sealed against dust and splashes. The new Sigma FP is expected to appear on the market this fall.