"But at low ISO nothing can beat this camera." - CEO SIGMA

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Multiple Cameras Can Be Good
In reply to Jack Hass, 9 months ago

Jack Hass wrote:

F2.8 and fixed lens is a deal breaker. Not fast enough for the 45/75mm versions, and im not buying multiple cameras for each application. I have one camera with different lenses that can do everything, ill keep it that way.

A lens with a wider aperture would also decrease corner sharpness. The whole point of these cameras is to maximize image detail.

If they are small then what's wrong with having "multiple cameras" with a prime lens on each? You would never have to worry about changing lenses and getting dust on the sensor and you would still have a much lighter and much less bulky of a bag/case.

I own the current Sigmas DP cameras and my tiny little case for them can hold all three versions. That case is about as long as a pencil and just under three inches in height. Here it is with it holding two Sigma DPs.

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