SIGMA DP2 Quattro Camera

February 15th, 2014 by retail design blog

Japanese photography company Sigma Corporation has announced their newest generation of high image quality compact cameras with the introduction of the Sigma DP series. The latest devices incorporate a 29 megapixel CMOS foveon X3 direct image sensor, which uses vertical color separation technology.

The system leverages the light absorption characteristics of silicon, comprising three layers of photodiodes: each measures light at a different depth within the silicon, and each corresponds to a different RGB color – similar to traditional color film. This innovation results in realism with a full bodied three-dimensional feel.

All images courtesy Sigma Corporation










http://www.designboom.com/technology/sigma-dp-quattro-foveon-x3-direct-image-sensor-02-10-2014/

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