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Sigma DP1 and DP2

Where to buy
Price when rated: $870
Lowest price: $799.00 via Buydig.com

Pros

  • SLR quality in a point-and-shoot form
  • Excellent image quality
  • Can easily isolate subjects with shallow depth of field
  • Solid camera construction

Cons

  • Mediocre LCD
  • Sigma's raw processing software is limited and clunky
  • Sigma raw files not supported by Aperture or iPhoto
  • Slow to focus and save images
  • Images shot above ISO 800 are overly noisy
Sigma Corporation C77900
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Where to buy
Price when rated: $870
Lowest price: $449.00 via Fullfillment By Amazon

Pros

  • SLR quality in a point-and-shoot form
  • Excellent image quality
  • Can easily isolate subjects with shallow depth of field
  • Solid camera construction

Cons

  • Mediocre LCD
  • Sigma's raw processing software is limited and clunky
  • Images shot above ISO 800 are overly noisy
  • Slow focus
  • Very limited third-party support for Sigma raw files
Sigma Corporation C72900
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