Wider than ever: Sigma dp0 Quattro’s new lens takes aim at architecture and landscape photographers

 

 

A year after Japanese camera and optics manufacturer Sigma launched a trio of unusual cameras whose unique sensor design was topped only by their strikingly different bodies, it returns with a fourth model for the family: the Sigma dp0 Quattro. A new, even wider-angle option than past Quattro cameras, the dp0 Quattro marks a departure from the original formula in one respect, as its 21mm-equivalent (14mm actual) prime doesn't sport an f/2.8 aperture like those of its siblings. Instead, this lens has an f/4.0 maximum…

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