Shutterbug magazine has announced that they will publish an article, entitled "DSLR Sensor Wars: The Foveon/ Bayer Pattern Debate", in their January 2008 issue, addressing the subject of different image sensors used in digital cameras, and their relationship to final image resolution. The article will include comparison images made with three Digital SLRs, including the Sigma SD14 powered by the Foveon direct image sensor, and two pro level digital SLRs from other manufacturers, which use conventional Bayer Mosaic type image sensors. Several subjects were photographed in the experiment. A series of images of each subject were made with each camera, under controlled conditions, using the same type lens, to avoid variations caused by using different types of lens. The raw image files were then converted to high quality TIFF files, using the camera makers’ own processing softwares, to avoid variations caused by possible software issues. The sharpest images from each series were then selected. The files were then professionally printed, using a high quality printer, and the resulting prints evaluated for resolution and detail. The objective analysis of the prints, and some of the images, will be published in the article. This article may be of great interest to those preparing to choose a digital SLR camera system. The January 2008 issue of Shutterbug magazine should be mailed to subscribers in late November and will arrive on news stands in early December.