Sigma has announced the release of two new mirrorless cameras with interchangeable lenses. The new Sigma sd Quattro and Sigma sd Quattro H, both with Foveon Quattro sensors. The Sigma sd Quattro features an APS-C sized sensor and the Sigma sd Quattro H has an even larger APS-H sized sensor for greater image quality. The mirrorless aspect of the cameras, means both the sd Quattro and sd Quattro H are compatible with all Sigma Global Vision lenses. Both cameras are compact yet rugged in their design and construction, making them durable and portable. Their Foveon Quattro sensor's ensure exceptional imaging quality and fast processing. Both cameras have a two-mode Autofocus detection that combines Phase Detection and Contrast Detection for focus speed and accuracy, enhanced focus features such as Movement Prediction, Face Detection, Free Movement, Focus Peaking and more. More features include a 2.3 megapixel viewfinder that displays close to 100% of the field of view, a new “Super-Fine Detail” mode that captures seven different exposures with one shot and merges them for exceptional dynamic range, and improved Auto White Balance for a more accurate white balance. The sd Quattro utilizes the same sensor found in the dp Quattro line. The sd Quattro H boasts the larger sensor of the two, an APS-H sensor (26.6x17.9mm). Both cameras use the latest Dual TRUE III image processor and take full advantage of the Art, Contemporary and Sport line Global Vision lenses that are made for high megapixel cameras. Like all Sigma Cameras, RAW (X3F) data can be processed with Sigma Photo Pro. To read more about the new Sigma sd Quattro and Sigma sd Quattro H click here!