I keep wondering why manufacturers won´t put they very top of technology and features in one body. See the latest products offered? All of them have at least one "drawback" to it.
There is one camera that called my attention, the Sony RX1.
This camera had the oportunity to get where no other camera has ever been. It had everything to be perfect: Excellent FF sensor, small, not as expensive (considering the sensor). This camera had potential to be a DSLR and Rangefinder killer. But.....
they made it with a fixed lens that I can´t exchange.
Come on! If that thing had a removable lens and an hybrid viewfinder (or at least a built in EVF as the NEXs have) it would be an amazing product. I could mount EOS, Nikkor, Leica and Sony lenses to it. Use the onboard EVF to focus-peak and get everything good in a small package. How cool would that be?
Sony has the technology and know how to do it. We´ve seen on their other bodies. It was just a matter of putting it all together. Still they didn´t.
Same goes to other manufacturers. Fuji has this amazing non-AA sensor on the XPro1 and won´t give it a decent AF... still put a APS-C sensor instead of a full frame one in it.
EOS-M can´t even focus fast enough.
5D3 has a sensor that is at least 1 generation behind competition.
D800 has such a deprecated movie mode you can´t even change the aperture while recording.
I mean... am I the only one here? Don´t you feel things could be MUCH better without much more work?