Sigma took everybody by surprise when in 2019 it announced the FP, the smallest full frame mirrorless camera to date, while we were all awaiting a full frame Foveon model (and still waiting to this day).
Two years later, the company is expanding the line-up with the FP L, a camera that looks identical on the outside but packs more resolution on the inside.
Let’s see how the two cameras compare.
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