The Sigma fp Mirrorless Digital Camera delivers high-spec functionality for stills and video in an extremely compact body that weighs under one pound. Driven by a full-frame 24.6MP BSI Bayer CMOS sensor, 14-bit color depth, electronic image stabilization, and Leica's L-mount lens interface, the fp and its fully electronic shutter provide a maximum resolution for raw and JPEG files of 6000 x 4000 and a shooting rate of 18 fps, while its focus system employs contrast detection and a 49-point selection mode for AF measurement distance, as well as face detection, eye detection, and focus peaking. A base sensitivity of ISO 100-25600 can be expanded to ISO 6-102400, and its video recording capabilities allow for UHD 4K recording at up to 30p, while Full HD recording can be captured at up to 120p. For raw video data, 12-bit CinemaDNG external recording is supported. To help shooters fine tune their video content, Sigma's "Teal and Orange" mode is inspired by the color grading techniques of Hollywood and creates high contrast between orange colors, which are found in human skin tones, and teals (cyan blue), which are their complement. So that users may easily switch between still and video modes, there is a switch on top of the camera.
Does this camera allow for manual control of audio levels?
Asked by: Jacob
Yes, there is a gain adjustment.
Answered by: Rob
Date published: 2020-05-25
I usually take pictures of kids. Is this camera ...
I usually take pictures of kids. Is this camera enough to focus quickly and precisely on moving kids?
Asked by: Doil
Yes, the Sigma fp Mirrorless Digital Camera has good autofocus and tracking performance and would be able to capture photographs of children moving, and also has a continuous burst mode of up to 18 frames per second..
Answered by: Manzell
Date published: 2019-10-14
Does it accept standard professional viewfinders ...
Does it accept standard professional viewfinders through its HDMI D (micro) connection?
Asked by: guillermo
Yes this camera is capable of accepting standard professional viewfinders via the HDMI D connection.
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2021-01-05
Does this camera use a global shutter or rolling ...
Does this camera use a global shutter or rolling shutter?
Asked by: Suresh
It does not have a global shutter.
Answered by: Kevin
Date published: 2020-06-29
Does Sigma fp have B mode and T mode for long ...
Does Sigma fp have B mode and T mode for long exposure? What is the longest time for long exposure?
Asked by: Sovanna
1/8000 to 30 Seconds
Answered by: Rob
Date published: 2019-10-31
Is the sensor cover glass thickness = that of ...
Is the sensor cover glass thickness = that of the Leica SL (which is I think just more than 1mm) so that Leica M lenses with extreme ray angles will work well? What is the sensor cover glass thickness?
Asked by: John
Unfortunately they do not state the glass thickness as a specification. The Leica M lenses can be adapted to the Sigma FP.
Answered by: Dan
Date published: 2019-11-06
Is there an XLR audio adapter or any way to get ...
Is there an XLR audio adapter or any way to get digital audio into the camera so that high quality sound doesn't need to be separate?
Asked by: Lawrence
At this time there is not a product that will allow you to bring in external digital audio through XLR. You could look at using a product like the Tascam DR-60DmkII and connecting it with a 1/8" Cable, but it will be analogue audio.
Answered by: Joseph
Date published: 2019-11-12
Is there a way to jam time code to this camera ...
Is there a way to jam time code to this camera using the Tentacle Sync despite its lack of a 3.5 headphone out?
Asked by: David
Per Sigma: The fp has features that support full-fledged video shooting, and Timecode is one of them. It is used to synchronize the time of multi-camera shots. This is used to synchronize not only for video but audio as well.
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