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Sigma's DP1 Merrill, named after Richard B. Merrill, is a point-and-shoot camera featuring the company's 46-megapixel Foveon X3 image sensor paired with an F2.8 19-milimeter lens. RAW shooting is supported, as is video recording at VGA resolution.

Description

  • Status: Available
  • Availability date: September 2012
  • Price at launch: $999.00

Availability

  • Camera type: Point-and-shoot
  • Color: Black

Hardware

  • Sensor size: APS-C
  • Effective pixels: 46 megapixels

Sensor

  • Size: 3 inches
  • Resolution: 920000 dots

Display

  • Video capture: Yes
  • Max. resolution: VGA

Video

  • RAW support: RAW, RAW + JPEG

Software

  • Focal length (wide): 19 mm
  • Focal length (35mm equivalent - wide): 28 mm
  • Widest aperture / f-stop: 2.8

Lens

  • Supported media: SD, SDHC

Storage

  • Built-in microphone: Yes

Audio

  • Connection(s): Accessory shoe

Ports

Yes (Built-in)

Flash

X
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