Sigma SD14 – out!

Sigma has debuted its third digital SLR to date, the SD14. Powered by a  14
MP Foveon X3
direct image sensor, the SD14 features four JPEG recording
modes as well as RAW; and a large pentaprism viewfinder with 98 per
cent coverage.

The camera is equipped with a built-in flash with a Guide Number of
11; 5-point AF system; 2.5-inch, 150,000 pixel resolution LCD monitor.
Sigma says the shutter mechanism has a life cyle of over 100,000
exposures
.

Additional features include a dust protector that prevents dust from
adhering to the image sensor; high-speed continuous shooting at 3 fps;  a
mirror lock-up mechanism that prevents camera shake; and three types of
metering modes. Powered by a lithium-ion battery, the SD14 can take
approximately 500 images on a full charge.

Sigma introduced its first digital SLR camera, the SD9, in October 2002. The second model, the SD10, launched in November 2003.

The Sigma SD14 digital SLR is available for an MSRP of $1,999.95. For more information, visit www.sigma-sd14.com; or contact Gentec International at (905) 513-7733.
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