Mine does that too, but I thought perhaps it was due to the fact I have it set to continuous, and I held the shutter button too long, although I didnít think Iíd done so. Iím not about to part with it to have that small niggle fixed. These little cameras are so much fun I find myself taking it out just to photograph mundane things I would not bother with otherwise.
Did anyone happen to see Lloyd Chambers write about making a 72 x 46 inch (183 x 119 cm for Hulyss) print from a DP3M file. Itís interesting to see how much some people are captivated by the quality from these cameras. Think back to the past and remember the lengths to which we went to squeeze a bit more quality from our images - tech pan and an assortment of different developers, medium and large format cameras...I can also remember the excitement over the image quality of my first digital camera, a Canon 1Ds. Iíve forwarded images to friends using medium format digital, D800E, the black and white Leica M (he does get some beautiful images from it), but only one of them has expressed any interest or curiosity in these cameras (he bought the DP3M). I think this is because of perception they have (which I shared) about a clunky little point and shoot from a company other than one of the major players.
I wonder what the next camera from Sigma will be like? I hope they incorporate a viewfinder. It would help both in steading the camera at slower shutter speeds, and when, like yesterday, I was trying to see the effect of the polarizer on the rear LCD in bright sunlight.