I’ll simply conclude by saying that if the SD1 had been priced at about $2,000 I likely would have bought one. I find its image quality appealing, and though the last thing that I need is another camera and set of lenses, I find it capable of producing a look in prints that I really like. But unrealistically priced as it is, no sale.
Luminous Landscape has published their review of the Sigma SD1 with 15x3MP resolution (on a 23.5 x 15.7 mm Foveon X3 sensor), 11-point AF system with all twin cross-type sensors, Shutter Speed range of 1/8000th – 30 sec plus Bulb, Continuous Shooting 5fps, Optical viewfinder with 98% frame coverage, ISO range from 100-6400, 3.0-inch LCD Monitor (460k-dot). The Sigma SD1 features its own SA bayonet mount, is weather-resistant and has a solid magnesium-alloy body.
Read the Sigma SD1 review @ Luminous Landscape.