Dec 4, 2004

Sigma SD10 review from the folks at CNET

Sigma SD10
If you like large camera bodies and small LCD screens, this camera may be for you.

"Sigma's SD10 is the follow-up to the company's flawed but interesting SD9 digital SLR, which made exceptionally sharp photos in good light. The SD10 incorporates an upgraded Foveon X3 sensor, a three-layered imager with 3.4 million pixels and 10.3 million photodetectors. The new sensor partially overcomes the SD9's biggest weakness, which was its lack of high ISO sensitivities for low-light photography. But Sigma failed to correct most of the SD9's design and performance flaws, and the SD10 remains substantially less versatile and well rounded than competing dSLRs."
Read the whole article here..