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Sigma SD14

Sigma and Foveon fans, who have been waiting eagerly for this camera, might be interested in the SD14, but consumers can easily find more bang for their buck from other SLRs on the market.

By June 25, 2007

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Inside CNET Labs: Sigma SD14 gets ISO 50 with v1.05 Firmware Update

Sigma released a firmware update to it's SD14 DSLR that adds ISO 50.

By October 12, 2007


Sigma SD14 v1.04 Firmware Upgrade Available

Sigma releases v1.04 firmware for the SD14

By July 18, 2007


Sigma starts afresh with novel SLR design

The Japanese camera equipment maker expects the new Foveon sensor in its upcoming SD1 will prove more competitive. Also: New image-stabilized lenses and Sigma's financial crisis.

By September 20, 2010


Seagate fixes 7200.11 drives--except when it doesn't

After users find that the update "bricks" 500GB drives, Seagate retracts the fix.

By January 21, 2009


Seagate offers fix for faulty 7200.11 hard drives

Seagate yesterday released a fix to a bug in its current generation of drives that caused them to become undetectable by a computer. Users have found, however, that the fix breaks 500GB drives — the fix has since been retracted.

By January 20, 2009


Sigma DP2 and SD15: Sensors say bigger is better

Sigma is teaching the compact market a lesson with the DP2, a compact packing an image sensor similarly sized to the new SD15 dSLR

By September 24, 2008


Underexposed blog: Links of the day

D300 firmware update...SmugMug privacy changes...Lightroom tutorials...Nikon price cuts for old SLRs...Olympus E-430 rumor...Golden parachute for Adobe CEO.

By February 14, 2008


Seagate drives have firmware defect; Macs can't apply upgrade

Macs can't see cache, can't apply firmware update.

By February 5, 2008


Sigma's vaunted DP1 camera due soon--for $999

The 14-megapixel compact camera, eagerly awaited by enthusiasts frustrated with today's small-sensor models, won't be cheap when it goes on sale this spring.

By February 1, 2008