The opposite side of the camera houses the connector compartment, which includes the Video Out, DC In, USB 1.1, and IEEE-1394 connector terminals. Now if only the CF memory cards would arrive I could take some photos. It will be a few more days, though. Have had it in and out a number of times.
The shot below left was shot with no exposure compensation adjustment, using the Auto white balance setting, and processed with the camera defaults in Photo Pro. Image quality was my top priority over everything else so I sought out as many samples as possible for each. Drive Dial: On the left-hand side of the SD10’s top panel, this dial sets the camera’s drive mode.
Sigma sent us a 50mm EX f2.8 macro and a 105mm EX f2.8 zoom lens, but unfortunately not either of the recently-announced 18-50mm F3.5-5.6 or 55-200mm F4-5.6 DC lenses that were designed to suit the characteristics of digital cameras. The fastest flash x-sync speed is 1/180 sec., which sometimes caused the SD10 to overexpose daylight fill flash shots. The camera will be offered in three configurations — body only (ie. with no lens included), or as one of two product bundles with either an 18-50mm F3.5-5.6 DC lens, or a bundle with both that lens and also a 55-200mm F4-5.6 DC lens. The large color blocks are also about right, with accurate hues and good saturation. ISO Series:Here again, the SD10’s noise performance is light-years ahead of that of the SD9, and actually very good by any standard. All LCD menus and screen displays are mirrored on the video output.PowerThe power situation on the SD10 is another area of pleasing upgrades.