Sigma DP2s camera breaks cover at PMA 2010

Last week there were gobs of new mobile phones and devices being unveiled at MWC 2010. This week the camera show PMA 2010 is underway and bringing with it a slew of cameras, camcorders and other gear. Sigma Corporation has unveiled a new digital camera at the show called the Sigma DP2s.

The compact digital camera has a 14MP Foveon X3 sensor. The camera is Sigma's follow-up to the DP2 that landed last April. The DP2s has a new autofocus algorithm for faster focusing, power save mode fro more battery life, and a new rear design. The new camera also has the latest RAW image processing software.

The SP2s can record video at QVGA resolution of 320 x 240 at 30 fps. ISO sensitivity is up to 3200 in RAW mode. A full array of automatic shooting modes are built-in and the camera can shoot continuously at three frames per second for four JPEGs or three RAW images. The rear LCD is a 2.5-inch unit and a viewfinder is optional. Pricing and availability are unknown at this time.