I would love to see a fully automated, real time afma that changes immediately with any focus point used. Couple that with improved AF speed and accuracy, that would be awesome.
Agree. Mine, including the best posted so far are
- AFMA in camera. Real time, would be better.
- Global Shutter
- 8K video so you can extract single frames at good resolution
- Better integration with other systems (smartphones & computers)
- Lytro style focusing
- Sensor cleaning which works (how about something which really protects the sensor when I'm changing lenses but disappears when I want to focus.
- Eye focus - cause the brain is still quicker than the finger
- Removable backs / sensors. I want a 5D Classic updated with amazing light capture capabilities, I want 100MP, I want B&W, I want Infra-red.
- Same quality - smaller and lighter please. MF body is fine, but not if it weighs even more than 35mm. Ditto lenses
- Different sensor tech no more bayer, no more moire, no aliasing...
- Even better zooms (faster & lighter, so I dont need to carry 5 lenses with me)
- EVF (as an add-on when I need it), and when it's better than my optical, again with programmable display
- ISO 3 all the way to ISO 100 (we already have the high end stuff)
- Exposure support for > 30 seconds. Bulb isa legacy from film days. Work it out, then take the shot. Then subtract for hot pixels. Rather than me sit there and calculate it, and time it
- Depth mode from the film-camera days. Here's 2 points (selected by eye), now work out the sharpest aperture based on the lens i have attached.
- Diffraction warning based on the lens I have attached. Just like exposure blinkies.
- Auto ETTR. If that gets me the best exposure for the sensor then do it automatically for me, without clipping.
- Minimum shake warning based on lens, sensor size and whether you have a tripod attached. Or auto-adjust ISO.
- Lenses sharp at the edges as well as at the centre. A lot of improvement made, but still a lot to cover.
Sure I can do lots of that already, but if the camera does it, then it makes it easier for newbies, leaves the technicalities for the camera makers, and lets photographers concentrate on the pictures....