If you check the evolution of cameras from the last few years, except for some true innovations (like the D800 DR) there has been little real ground breaking stuff going on:
- 5D2 brought us video and resolution over the 5D
- 5D3 brought us better AF over 5D2
- 7D brought the AF and speed over the XXD series
but except for higher processing power, that allows things like in-camera HDR, speed and natural evolution of AF sensors, really don't see what the in-a-few-years-comming 5D4 will be able to do that cameras nowadays already do.
What do you guys see (or want) in therms of real evolution for photography? Not talking about gadgets like wifi and GPS, or faster processors allowing a gazillion Megapixels or hundreds FPS.
I'm talking about real photography driven gains like the Dynamic Range that the D800 brought that is a real innovation, or perhaps the new Leica M microlenses that are said to improve light gathering and so reduce noise and have better sharpness, or even the Fuji X Pro that has that color array that makes a AA filter disposable.
I know a per-pixel ISO is wanted by many...