SDx mockup | how to


Here you see all the images that I used in order to create yesterdays mockup of a future version of a pro Sigma camera. From the top right you see a Nikon D2x, that one gave me the viewfinder. I like the look of that one. (F90 style) Under the D2x you see the new Nikon D200 and as you see it has a monster to LCD. I took it. The rest of the mockup would be a mix between my beloved Sigma SD10 and the Sigma created Kodak 14c body. There is details pretty much created by myself as well but in big this is what I used and done.

Clicking the links takes you to the part of each cameras review where you can see the full images. Maybe you can create something better?! Please try and post. I will post in in this article.

Closer look at my mockup

Send in your version and it will be shown here:

Chunsums creation.

Chunsum made this very fine SD7. :)

About Carl Rytterfalk

Welcome to my blog! I'm Carl Rytterfalk, a swedish photographer who loves everything that is interesting in the world of photography. In 2002 I fell in love with the three layered Foveon sensor and has since then been an addicted user of Sigma cameras. Though I use Canon and Nikon as well. :)
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4 Responses to SDx mockup | how to

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  2. Chunsum says:

    Looks fun Carl. I gave it a shot.

  3. Now your version can be seen easily! nice work! :) Tell us more if you want.

  4. Chunsum says:

    Ok, I got a little lazy with the back. but here are some details

    Front: AF light and Jog thingy from D200. DOF preview button from SLR/C the rest of the changes are modified from the SD10 by shrinking it a bit and moving things around a little.

    Back: LCD and VF from D200. the little speaker/mic holes from SLR/C. the green button is for voice recording. the blue led is for Wifi, and the extra buton on the top is for WB.

    Make up you own specs.

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