The Sigma SD10 is interesting in that the colors it produces is most like a normal DSLR from any of the other brands of the day (Pentax, Minolta, Nikon). The back LCD preview screen is “wrong” but it has an interesting reddish and violet color shift that is much more saturated than the resulting raw file. Reminds me of the Nikon D50, which again is probably the best digital film for fall photos. I really like it and hope to get my processing down to fully mimic it in the future. The Sigma SD10 still needs a ton of light though, on really overcast days and dark settings the photos look more like the greenish yellow tones of the SD14.