The Sigma SD15 debuted all the way back in 2008. Flash forward to June 2010 (World Cup 2010 times) and find that it still hasn’t launched yet. As a quick recap of the SD15’s specs, it stores a 14-megapixel Foveon X3 direct image sensor that contains three “layers”. Those being 4.7-megapixel layers each that capture red, green or blue light, creating some pretty nice, well colored shots, with plenty of exposure. There’s also other tasty bits like the 77-segment AE sensor and AFE (Analog Front End) and 3-inch LCD display. The release date is slated for this month on June 29th for about, wait for it, wait for it — about $1,443 USD. Remember it’s a top-class SLR.