Sigma debuts SIGMA fp L tiny full-frame mirrorless camera


SIGMA Corp. introduced the SIGMA fp L, a small and light 61-megapixel full-frame mirrorless camera. Built with the same dimensions as the currently-available SIGMA fp, this new $2,499 camera offers an improved hybrid autofocus system, continuous power capability, and several additional in-camera features that make it an exceptional tool for demanding photographers and video creators.

“The SIGMA fp is one of the most innovative cameras available today, and the new fp L brings even more to the table,” says Mark Amir-Hamzeh, president, Sigma America. “It offers incredibly high resolution in an extremely small body, compatibility with an extensive library of lenses, limitless customizability, and the rock-solid build quality that professionals have come to expect from SIGMA.”

The SIGMA fp L features a Bayer sensor with approximately 61 effective megapixels. Due to the high pixel count, the camera is designed to record in full HD quality even at its maximum 5x zoom due to the crop-zoom feature. The SIGMA fp L features fast image-plane phase-detection AF. The SIGMA fp L also supports USB charging while the camera is on, even when being used as a webcam.

SIGMA fp L with electronic viewfinder

Sigma is also offering a new EVF-11 electronic viewfinder, which will be available in a bundle for $2,999. The EVF-11 – which provides a crystal-clear view of users’ compositions – will be compatible with both the fp L and fp (with a firmware update), and is priced separately at $699. The camera and viewfinder will be available in mid-April.