Summary Sigma DP2X

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Specifications Key specs
Zoom
Help 1x
Screen size
Help 2.5"
Aperture
Help f/2.8
Screen resolution
Help 230k dots
Wide angle
Help 24 mm
Movie format
Help 320 x 240 @ 30fps
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Sigma DP2X

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Pros

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The Sigma DP2X vs other recent boutiques

Size Quite small Help
Mid size (113×60×56 mm)
Built-in flash Built-in flash Help
Usually standard
Weight Light Help
280 g

Cons

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Aperture Slightly narrow aperture Help
f/2.8
Screen resolution Very low resolution screen Help
230k dots
High-speed framerate High speed movies Help
Not supported
Continuous shooting Slow continuous shooting Help
3 fps
Supports 24p No 24p movies Help
Missing that film look
True resolution Lower true resolution Help
4.6 MP
Autofocus contrast detection autofocus Help
slower focusing
Sensor size Small sensor Help
Sigma X3 20.7x13.8mm
Viewfinder Can only preview photos on the screen Help
None
Longest exposure Short exposures Help
15 seconds
Movie format Low resolution movies Help
320 x 240 @ 30fps
Screen size Very small screen Help
2.5"
Image stabilization No image stabilization Help
Risk of blur
Light sensitivity Poor maximum light sensitivity Help
1,600 ISO
Touch screen No touch screen Help
More buttons
Screen flips out Fixed screen Help
Less flexible
External mic jack Lacks an external mic jack Help
Limited to the in-camera mic
Announced Old Help
February 2011
Fastest shutter speed Slow shutter speed Help
1/2000 of a second
Popularity Not so popular Help
Among snapsort users

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Discussion

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Daniel Alvarez Alvarez (0:58 PM, December 29, 2011)
According to Amazon, this camera has a sensor resolution of 14 megapixels. This is due to the Foveon X3 Sensor, which uses three layers of sensor pixels instead of a Bayer Matrix. Specifying this sensor as 4 Megapixels does not do it justice, since basically all Bayer Sensor Camera Manufacturers are lying about their effective resolution. If this is 4 MP, then the Nikon D7000 is 5 MP.