The Sigma FP L has put an end to the leaks with its official announcement – and as expected, it’s a 61MP version of the world’s smallest full-frame camera.
The modular mirrorless camera inherits the design of the Sigma FP from 2019, which means it’s a stripped down, minimalist affair with no built-in viewfinder or image stabilization.
But the Sigma FP L does bring a new 61MP sensor, which should make it more appealing to hybrid shooters who need more resolution than the 24MP offered by its predecessor, along with some improved autofocus.
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