Originally Posted by Keith
There is still something that sets the foeveon sensor aside from all the other digital cameras and noticeable in those examples. Enormous detail but without that sharpness that can make digital images look a bit harsh.
Well said, Keith, you certainly nailed it with the "Enormous detail but without that sharpness that can make digital images look a bit harsh"
For me it's not only the foeveon sensor, it's the simplicity of the Sigma cameras too. When I use the SD1 Merrill or the Sd Quattro I feel like I'm back to using my old Canon F1N only without the film. No bells or whistles - just straight forward photography.