As you know, I collect 10MP cameras. I know, a bit odd, but cheap(ish) and fun. And what fun I've had with my latest acquisition, a Sigma SD-10. Including having to buy a small CF card (it can't handle more than 2GB and all mine are 4GB) and waiting hours for the rechargable batteries to recharge. Anyway, it's an interesting piece of work. For a start, it has a Foveon sensor. So while it is 10MP they are stacked in threes, one for each colour, rather than in flat groups of four (and interpolated) as in a Beyer sensor. So in one way it's actually only 3.5MP. Oh, and it only produces RAW (or the Foveon equivalent) files. I took it for the usual quick test down by the river. Herewith some of the results. All are processed using PhotoPro 6 (just the Auto setting and exported to JPG) and resized using PSE 11, no extra processing. There's a tiny amount of CA due to this version of PhotoPro not recognising the (Sigma) lens! I may have to try loading an older version. Full size versions are available in the same Flickr album. Canada Geese by SteveH, on Flickr Henrietta by SteveH, on Flickr Guardian of the River by SteveH, on Flickr Staines Bridge by SteveH, on Flickr Staines Town Hall by SteveH, on Flickr Empty Shop by SteveH, on Flickr I intend to do a few comparison pics (same subject etc) using the SD-10, another 10MP DSLR and my Pentax 33LF (assuming it hasn't finally died), which IS 3.5MP.