Silicon Films EFS10-SF (© Silicon Films)

Silicon Film EFS-10 (2002)

The second generation (e)Film cartridge also included the EFS10-SF. It too was announced at the Photokina 2002. Of course with the same concept photo as it's little brother the EFS4-SF. I don't know who came up with the idea of incorporating a 10 megapixel imaging sensor into a case the size of a film roll, attaching an LCD screen to it and giving it a compact flash card slot. Hello? Only expensive cameras like the Sigma SD9 for instance had a 10MP Foveon X3 chip which was a total novelty at that time. Most other digital cameras had 3-4 megapixels at that time. How was one going to build an e-film cartridge with a 10MP imager for $600?
Nevermind, all plans were canned after 2002.

Not to be confused with the RE-35 digital cartridge, that one too is a hoax!




  • Brand: Silicon Film
  • Model: EFS10-SF
  • First mentioned: 2002
  • Marketed: no
  • MSRP: -
  • Imager Type: 10.0MP imager
  • Resolution: 3875x2625
  • Internal Storage: -
  • External Storage: Compact Flash Type I/II/III
  • Lens: camera dependent
  • Shutter: -
  • Aperture Range: camera dependent
  • LCD screen size: unknown size
  • Size: 136mm x 114mm x 88mm
  • Weight: 540 grams
  • Remarks: -

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