Sigma has announced the upcoming debut of the dp0 Quattro which incorporates a 14mm f/4 lens, equivalent to a 21mm lens on a 35mm DSLR.

The 11-elements-in-8-groups lens consists of four ‘f’ low-dispersion glass elements, two special low dispersion elements and two aspheric lenses designed to reduce chromatic aberration and distortion.

Like its Quattro siblings, the dp0 uses a Foveon X3 Direct Image Sensor.

There is no word on UK price or availability.

  • foto2021

    What on earth is this, and who on earth would buy it? The Voigtlander 15mm for Leica M is absolutely tiny, and that covers full frame. Why does this lens need to be so big when it only covers APS-C?