Sigma has announced their new dp Quattro line of cameras (three of them) Monday morning, with a premise on wider grips and and wider designs, so that the use of the camera is easier on the photographer, and the shot is more steadied.
Inside, exists a three-layer, color-rich Foveon X3 sensor that takes high resolution photos at 20 megapixels, with an optical viewfinder available for enthusiasts, and can work in tandem with the fixed lenses. Otherwise, these are purely cameras; fancy features such as WiFi, video, or any other technological enhancements are nowhere to be found.
The dp2 Quattro will come with a 30mm f/2.8 general purpose lens, while the dp1 and dp3 will respectively carry 19mm wide-angle and 50mm telephoto optics. There are no firm release dates or pricing available at the moment, but usually Sigma cameras are sold at the upper-end of the price spectrum for cameras, so have a wallet (or two) at the ready.