Sigma Zoom Super 70
Announced 1991


Sigma 70 AF Zoom Super Compact Camera

Sigma 70 AF Zoom Super Compact Camera has a most popular focal length range of 35-70mm. It is incorporating passive type Auto Focus system which has an advantage of precise AF compared with Active Auto Focus system, especially for distant subject. It is equipped with an infinity release button which would recommend to use for taking picture of low contrast and very far distant subject. It also has an advantage of electronic flash photography with distant subject under low-light condition, because Sigma 70 AF Zoom Super Compact camera has a hot show on top of the camera body like SLR cameras, which enables to use the external, large Guide Number electronic flash.

The built in flash has automatic back light control and slow synchronisation, Sigma 70 AF Zoom Super Compact has fastest shutter speed among the compact camera, which is useful for taking pictures of moving subjects. The Sigma 70 AF Zoom Super Compact is ZEN Matte finished to provide a non-slip, non-reflection and scratch resistant body, which is sturdy and serviceable through many years.

Construction 9 Elements in 8 Groups
Focal Length 35-70mm
Maximum Aperture NA
Minimum Aperture ƒ3.5-6.7
Field of View 63-34°
Minimum Focus Distance 80cm
Number of blades NA
Maximum Magnification NA
Zooming System Powered
Filter Size 37.5mm
Dimensions 136 x 82.5 x 56.5
Shutter 2s – 1/500th s
Weight 453g
SRP at launch: NA
Available Mounts: NA