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Mark Peters : April 18th 2012 - 13:35 CET

Sigma SD1 Merrill


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SigmaSigma SD1 Merrill digital SLR camera : Sigma announces new name, pricing for the Sigma SD1 flagship camera. In a personal letter to the company’s loyal customers, Sigma Corporation CEO Kazuto Yamaki announced that, Sigma’s 46 Megapixel SD1 Digital SLR camera will be renamed the Sigma SD1 Merrill in honor of Richard “Dick” Merrill, the late co-creator of the Foveon X3 Direct Image Sensor technology. The otherwise unchanged DSLR will also be sold at a lower price that reflects new efficiencies in the camera’s production. We announced our new digital single lens reflex camera, the Sigma SD1 Merrill. This product has the same features, performance, and specifications as the Sigma SD1, however, the price is substantially revised. The Sigma SD1 Merrill price is expected to be approximately $3300 USD.
Sigma SD1 Merrill

Sigma SD1 Merrill
At the time of its introduction, the Sigma SD1 was a revolutionary product incorporating a 46 Megapixel direct image sensor which provided the highest resolution in a digital SLR camera. As the world’s only full-color sensor capturing all three primary color components (R, G, and B) within each pixel location, the Foveon X3 Direct Image Sensor made it possible for the image quality of Sigma SD1 to not only demonstrate improved resolution, but also to obtain richer expressions of gradation, as well as to enhance the three-dimensional impression which is specific to Foveon sensors.

SD1 Merrill

Sigma SD1 Merrill digital SLR camera
The Sigma SD1 Merrill keeps the best image quality of the Sigma SD1, which has a unique identity, but comes with a substantially revised price. Although some of the manufacturing methods have been enhanced, the performance and characteristics of the sensor itself have not changed. There is nothing more pleasurable for us than enabling our valued customers to experience the Sigma SD1 Merrill in person, as a digital SLR camera of a new era which inspires photographers’ inner artistic sensitivity, providing “high image quality” and changing current perceptions of what is possible.




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