Sigma DP2 Merrill

Sigma's DP2 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 30-milimeter lens. RAW shooting is supported, as is video recording at VGA resolution.

  • Status: Available
  • Availability date: Q2 2012
  • Price at launch: $999.00

Basic Specs

Camera type Point-and-shoot
Sensor size APS-C
Effective pixels 46 megapixels
RAW support RAW, RAW + JPEG
Supported media SD, SDHC

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Tech Specs

Hardware
Camera type Point-and-shoot
Color Black
Sensor
Sensor size APS-C
Effective pixels 46 megapixels
Display
Size 3 inches
Resolution 920000 dots
Video
Video capture Yes
Max. resolution VGA
Software
RAW support RAW, RAW + JPEG
Lens
Focal length (wide) 30 mm
Focal length (35mm equivalent - wide) 45 mm
Widest aperture / f-stop 2.8
Storage
Supported media SD, SDHC
Audio
Built-in microphone Yes
Ports
Connection(s) Accessory shoe
Flash
Flash Yes (Built-in)
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