Gun Nuts Media points out that Smith & Wesson have revamped their Sigma line into a dedicated self defense pistol called the SD9 (9mm) and SD40 (.40S&W). Web page here, PDF spec sheet here. While these new pistols don’t get me too excited, the language on the spec sheet does.
The models are described as being either Standard Capacity or Low Capacity. Why does this matter? Up until this point any handgun that can hold more than 10 rounds in the magazine has been commonly referred to as High Capacity. Today, high capacity is actually standard capacity and anything less than 10 rounds in a full sized pistol is low capacity.
Finally, a firearm manufacturer is using appropriate terminology regarding magazine capacity in published materials.