We're all pretty much Canon groupies, with the Canon logo tattooed on our foreheads, but I'm wondering in what ways do you think Canon missed the proverbial boat.
For me, it's layout of buttons and controls. There is no real consistency from one camera to the next. I think they lose some customers in upgrades because of it. The layout between the rebel line, to the xxD line, to the xD line are so different in most cases, I think people who walk into a store to upgrade get scared off thinking they have to re-learn the layout, so they may stay in the same line (ie, Rebel to Rebel, vs. Rebel to xxD). I just moved from a XT to a 50D, and I feel like I'm lost. The learning curve seems huge.
I also wonder why DSLRs have 0 internal memory. I don't know about the other makes (Nikon, Sony, etc.), but it would seem useful to have some internal memory, even 528mb, just for those times you either forget or lose your card, or if you have a card malfunction. Just seems logical to me to have onboard memory.
So what's your nit with Canon?