Sigma?s long-awaited SD15 DSLR is expected to go on sale in May, according to the firm?s Japanese HQ.
The SD15, which was due out last year, will house the same 14-million-pixel Foveon X3 imaging sensor employed in Sigma’s current SD14
Features on this, Sigma?s fourth DSLR, will include a 3in LCD screen (460,000 dot resolution) and a True II image processing engine.
Sigma claims that the SD15 will be able to shoot 21 raw frames continuously, at a rate of three frames per second.
The SD15 kit will include Sigma Photo Pro 4.0 raw file conversion software.