If you are not easily affected by the furore Canon or Nikon camera, then you need to look at Camera Sigma DP3 Merrill, a compact camera that is paired with a 50mm fixed lens (equivalent to 75mm in 35mm terms) and f/2.8 aperture.
Sigma DP3 joined Merrill DP1 and DP2 model that already exists. From the design is almost no change from its predecessor, still minimalist. Here are some key features as reported from Pocket-Lint, Friday (11/01/2013). Sigma DP3 Merrill uses sensor APS-C Foveon X3 which consists of 3 layers with strengths in each layer 15.3 MP. Sigma claims this sensor could produce 46MP image resolution.
The camera is equipped with the True II image processing engine that can boost capacity from 100 to 6400 ISO. DP3 Merrill uses a 9 point focus with the ability to 7fps continuous shooting mode. Unfortunately, for the video camera is still stuck in VGA resolution, whereas other competitors are already using Full HD video.
For storage, this compact series supports SD card. There are already too hot shoe for additional accessories. On the back of the body there is a LCD screen 3-inch size, with 920,000 dots, making it comfortable to the eye.
There is no official information about the price and time of release of the this camera, but predicted the price is not much different from his 'brother', Sigma DP1 or DP2. The camera is exciting to be a consideration for your everyday needs.