Sigma SD14 review
We don't mind that the SD14's specification isn't groundbreaking because what's on offer is all you need to take a photograph. There aren't the distractions of scene modes or features that you'll never use or need, making this camera the closest thing to a 'manual' DSLR that we are likely to see and it makes a refreshing change.
Unfortunately, what features the SD14 has got just don't seem to have gelled together this time round. While the metering system is sound, the automatic white balance is unpredictable, the AF is lacklustre and the overly soft images (especially 14MP JPEGs) make picture-taking less pleasurable than it should be.