Review: Sigma SD10
Keller, DCRP Founder/Editor
March 17, 2004
read our review of this camera, right?
note about these photos: The SD10 takes photos in RAW mode only,
which must be converted into JPEG format using the PhotoPro software.
In PhotoPro, I have used the "auto" adjustment feature,
which enhances the images. I chose to do this because the camera
you to post-process all images -- so you might as well fix them
up too. The review will show some original images alongside adjusted
were taken at ISO 100, at the highest image quality setting,
with the other settings at defaults.
1-8 were taken in Stockton, CA. Yes, Stockton. Lens
used was the Sigma EX 17-35mm. And yes, I know there's dust on
9-13 were taken at St. Mary's College in Moraga, CA. Same lens,
14-17 were taken in the Sonoma and Napa Valleys. My
SD10 had its sensor cleaned before these were taken. I used both
the 17-35 and the 28-70 lenses.
on the thumbnail will display a reduced, 800 x 600 image.
Clicking on the link below that will show the full-size (large!)
image. Please do not judge the photo quality from any image
except for the full-size image, as these smaller images were
recompressed when they were downsized.
noted any special modes I used underneath the photo. You can
click on "View EXIF data" to get additional information
about each photo.