What should the Sigma Full Frame L-mount camera have to make you consider to buy it?

The Sigma Foveon sensor is famous for having super 100 ISO results but also has many shortcomings like:

messy mid ISO performance
horrendeus High ISO performance
frustrating usability
speed of digital cameras made in the early 90ies

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Panasonic S1-S1R and lens: What we know and what’s “rumored”

It’s time to recap what are the known specs and the rumored specs of the new S1-S1R cameras:

Known S1-S1R specs:

Panasonic S1-S1R rumors:
Panasonic might announce more S1-S1R specs in January (article here).
Rumored price: $4,500 (article here).
Panasonic S1 and S1R camera might output RAW video? (article here).
List of new S1-S1R features “under consideration” (article here).
The Panasonic 24-105mm and 70-200mm have a constant f/4.0 aperture (article here).
Panasonic will not make an MFT to L-mount adapter (article here).

Rumors about Sigma:
Sigma patented a new Dual Layer Full Frame Foveon sensor (article here).

Future tech and cameras:
Panasonic rumored to make an L-mount cinema camera (article here).
Sony has made new 60 and 36Mp FF sensors that can be used by third parties (article here).


First thoughts on the New Panasonic S series full frame cameras by Jon Bryant

Jon Bryant:

My first thoughts on the new S series full frame cameras and which features I am looking forward to trying for my own photography in wildlife, nature and landscape work.

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