Sigma Digital Cameras

The 10 Best Sigma Digital Cameras - July 2017

Every week we analyse the technical specs, reviews and prices of every Sigma digital camera on the market in the UK to determine our top 10 list.
In total we compared over 1,430 digital cameras, 190,000 reviews and 13,900 prices. Last updated 21 July 2017.

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Sd Quattro

Sigma Sd Quattro

focus-numerique.fr - Recommendedtechpowerup.com - Highly Recommendeddigifotopro.nl - GoldPhotographyBlog.com - Recommended
A multi award winning MILC camera with a gold award from one expert review website
Reviews
85
5 Awards
Value for Money
44
Mediocre
Features
82
Fully-Featured
Age
77
1 Year Old
Overall Score
71
Very Good
29.5MP
MILC
Jun 2016
Megapixels
Camera Type
Release Date
DP2 Quattro

Sigma DP2 Quattro

PhotographyBlog.com - Recommended
An award winning MILC digital camera, but with high running costs but an enormous optical zoom
Reviews
83
1 Award
Value for Money
30
Mediocre
Features
82
Fully-Featured
Age
49
3 Years Old
Overall Score
62
Good
29MP
MILC
1x
Megapixels
Camera Type
Optical Zoom
Aug 2014
Release Date
SD1 Merrill

Sigma SD1 Merrill

Ephotozine - RecommendedMagnus.de - Buying TipPhotographyBlog.com - Recommended
A huge SLR camera, superb for portrait photography
Reviews
81
3 Awards
Value for Money
23
Mediocre
Features
83
Fully-Featured
Age
56
3 Years Old
Overall Score
61
Good
46MP
SLR
Jan 2015
Megapixels
Camera Type
Release Date
DP0 Quattro

Sigma DP0 Quattro

PhotographyBlog.com - Recommended
A gigantic compact camera, outstanding for portrait photography
Reviews
80
1 Award
Value for Money
11
Mediocre
Features
61
Good Features
Age
63
2 Years Old
Overall Score
53
Average
29MP
Compact
1x
Megapixels
Camera Type
Optical Zoom
Aug 2015
Release Date
  • £749.00
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DP3 Quattro

Sigma DP3 Quattro

benchmark.pl - Very ProfitablePhotographyBlog.com - Recommended
A massive compact digital camera, great for portrait photography
Reviews
80
2 Awards
Value for Money
10
Mediocre
Features
56
Average Features
Age
56
2 Years Old
Overall Score
50
Average
29MP
Compact
1x
Megapixels
Camera Type
Optical Zoom
Mar 2015
Release Date
  • £729.99
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DP1 Quattro

Sigma DP1 Quattro

A giant compact digital camera, great for portrait photography
Reviews
76
7 Reviews
Value for Money
12
Mediocre
Features
60
Good Features
Age
51
3 Years Old
Overall Score
50
Average
29MP
Compact
1x
Megapixels
Camera Type
Optical Zoom
Oct 2014
Release Date
  • £565.00
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Sigma Digital Cameras

Sigma Camera Prices

Sigma cameras range in price from £579 to £1,129 and in total we found prices for 7 Sigma cameras. The average price of a new Sigma camera is £755 and 80% of Sigma cameras are priced between £600 and £949. The most expensive Sigma camera that we found is the Sigma SD Quattro H at £1,129, and the cheapest is the Sigma DP2 Quattro at only £580.

Price Range of Sigma Digital Cameras

Sigma cameras start at £580 and the most expensive Sigma camera costs £1,129. The 4th highest average camera price out of all brands is Sigma cameras with an average price of £755.

Average Rating of Sigma Digital Cameras

We have analysed 13,957 expert reviews and 110,984 user reviews for digital cameras and used these reviews to evaluate an average rating for digital cameras of 84%. This means that Sigma the 13th best rated camera brand.

When Are Most New Sigma Digital Cameras Released?

June to August is the most common period for new Sigma digital cameras to be released in. That means that most of the latest Sigma digital camera technology was released in within the last 3 months, and now is good time to buy. In June 2016 one new Sigma digital cameras were released making it the biggest month that year for new Sigma camera releases. The biggest month in 2015 for new Sigma digital camera releases was January, with one new Sigma cameras released that month. One new Sigma digital cameras were released in August 2014 making it the biggest month that year for new Sigma camera releases.

How Fast Do Sigma Camera Prices Drop After Release?

On average Sigma cameras drop in price by 13% in the first 6 months after release. If you are prepared to wait then you could save an average of £74 on a typical £588 new Sigma digital camera by waiting 6 months before buying.

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