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Sigma dp0 Quattro

Full-size sample photos from the Sigma dp0 Quattro are finally available.

The ultra-wide 14mm f/4 lens delivers the goods, with impressive distortion and flare control, and more even sharpness across the frame compared to the dp1 Quattro.

Sigma dp0 Quattro sample gallery | Special site


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dp0 Quattro

Get the Sigma dp0 Quattro: Adorama | B&H Photo | Notify when in stock

Sigma has released details about its forthcoming dp0 Quattro. The camera will hit the market in July at a retail price of $999 in the US, and will also be available bundled with the LVF-01 LCD Viewfinder.

Ultra-minimal distortion. Introducing extreme dp.
A difficult-to-manufacture large-diameter aspheric lens sits first in the optical series, reducing distortion to less than 1%*.
With its ultra-wide angle lens (equivalent to 21mm on a 35mm camera), the dp0 goes beyond the wide-angle dp1 to deliver a 91° angle of view and breathtaking perspective.

*At infinity focus

Lens Construction

Sigma dp0 Quattro - lens construction

Yellow: FLD glass | Blue: SLD glass | Pink: Aspherical lens

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Mirrorless Foveon camera with ultra wide-angle lens

Sigma dp0 Quattro: Adorama | B&H Photo | Be notified by email when it gets in stock

It’s been 4 months since Sigma announced the dp0 Quattro, and we haven’t seen any photo from it.

The lack of sample images when new gear is introduced is frustrating. And from a manufacturer that needs to give awareness of the special image quality of its cameras, this is hard to understand. Regrettably, Sigma’s DSLR lenses usually get the same treatment.

The dp0 has the same sensor as found in the 3 other Quattros, but carries an all-new ultra wide-angle lens that is supposed to have unnoticeable distortion and very low coma. With generous use of special glass (8 elements out of 11 — see table below) and little interest in achieving compactness, it makes little doubt that Sigma designed it with high quality goals.

Still, it’s all theoretical. We want to see.

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All found in Foxfoto’s Flickr gallery.

CANON EOS Kiss X7 + SIGMA 18-200mm F3.5-6.3 DC MACRO OS HSM + dp3 Quattro + FT-1201

1. The dp3 Quattro and FT-1201 lens sit alongside the Canon Rebel SL1 – the world’s smallest DSLR – and Sigma 18-200mm f/3.5-6.3 Contemporary superzoom. Makes Sigma’s so-called compact camera a bit uncomfortable…

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Quattro camera with fixed 14mm f/4 lens

The Sigma dp0 Quattro will be released in late June, says Sigma UK, at the same price as its siblings (£899.99 in the UK, $999 in the US).

The ultra wide-angle dp model features a highly corrected 14mm f/4 lens (equivalent to 21mm on full frame) with extremely low distortion.

From Sigma:

In order to achieve the highest optical performance, the lens features 4 FLD (“F” Low Dispersion) glass elements, which have performance equal to fluorite, 2 SLD (Special Low Dispersion) glass elements and 2 aspheric lenses, including a wide double-sided aspheric lens. This reduces chromatic aberration and distortion, characteristics that are often present in super wide angle photography.

It offers sharp rendering performance from the maximum aperture, and the superior telecentric optical design improves image quality throughout the frame and maximizes the sensor’s ability by passing on information about subjects to the sensor.

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