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What im expecting.
Well naiv as i am as amateur photographer, better image quality!
Im just puzzled that i look at a new camera and the images look not better than from the camera i already own since 2010.
What does 'better image quality' mean to you? If "image quality" can be measured objectively (and that's debatable), it surely depends on numerous criteria, some determined by the sensor/processor, some by the lens (and perhaps some by composition, lighting, etc).
Would you expect every aspect of camera technology to noticeably improve with every generation? Some areas will be more mature than others. As far as colour/noise/detail are concerned, I don't expect to see all that much difference - especially in benign circumstances (though hopefully there will be some, at the margins).
Clearly the developers of this camera have focused on other aspects of the image-making process - autofocus and frame rate, especially. Those are critical for getting the shot (for the sort of work this body is aimed at). But even then, you can get great shots with older technology. I think the higher the grade of equipment, the more targeted the improvements will be. They'll give a small edge in critical situations. That would seem most useful to professionals and enthusiasts. I might see the benefit of 10fps vs 6fps, or an extra stop of useable high ISO. The average snapper likely wouldn't.