The award-winning “Summoner” music video by Snakes of Russia was shot entirely on the SIGMA fp camera. Director Kays Al-Atrakchi and cinematographer Curtis Davis discuss why they chose the fp for this exciting, surreal project.
Join SIGMA CINE Ambassador Graham Sheldon as he demonstrates the potential of Camera to Cloud (C2C) for content creators at any skill level! Discover how to set up the SIGMA fp or fp L camera, and the Atomos Ninja V monitor, to seamlessly collaborate and streamline your creative workflow.
Learn how to streamline your production workflow with camera-to-cloud (C2C) technology using SIGMA fp mirrorless cameras, Atomos video recorders, and cloud-based platforms like Atomos’ Cloud Studio and Adobe’s Frame.io. Discover the benefits of C2C, its use cases, and what to expect from the future of this evolving technology.
The SIGMA 16-28mm F2.8 DG DN Contemporary is the perfect lens for travel. Join SIGMA Ambassador Jim Koepnick as he explores Chicago with this convenient, lightweight, wide-angle zoom at his side!
Go behind the scenes with Pixies bass player (and director) Paz Lenchantin and DP Joe Rubinstein, and learn how they used the SIGMA fp to film the legendary alternative band’s latest music video.
Photographer Babak Tafreshi was unsure how an ultra-compact wide-angle lens would capture the vastness of the night sky, but the images created with the SIGMA 24mm F2 DG DN | Contemporary lens made him a believer.
Recording in ProRes RAW while using the SIGMA fp & fp L and the workflow for that RAW footage in post.
With 61 megapixels, the full-frame SIGMA fp L has tons of resolution, perfect for macro shots. Photographer Heather Larkin paired it with the 105mm F2.8 DG DN Macro Art for a lightweight, powerful combo that really dazzled at a big flower show!
A quick guide as to how the SIGMA fp L can act as your ideal full-frame digital Director’s Viewfinder.
When landscape photographer Darren White needed to lighten his pack, he put the new SIGMA fp L camera and I series prime lenses to the test, capturing 61 megapixels of beautiful scenery throughout the Pacific Northwest… all with just over 3 pounds of gear!