You can Get a Mamiya 645 kit with an 80mm f2.8 lens (50mm equiv in 35mm format) for under 500USD.
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1 stop of dynamic range improvements isn't exciting to marketing. Doesn't mean much to the majority of consumers either.
They'll need to push buzz worthy features like: Built-in HDR (there is their sensor DR fix), and cutting edge video features like 1080p 60fps super slomo effects. Doesn't the Nex-7 have this? Then other "features" to make you think you NEED to upgrade.
Otherwise, why update an already great camera?
1080 at 60p... that would be nice for many out there for sure.
If the 1dx or 5d3 doesn't have it, i wouldn't hold your breath on that one...
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I thinks there is no debate or comparing "film vs digital".
It's like trying to compare a painting to a digital photoshop illustration. They are completely different in every way. One is organic and the other is digital art.
The process of making an exposure on film, developing that film in a dark room, optically making a print on an enlarger, and developing the print has nothing to do with the digital workflow process.
Why can't they just be different forms of art?
Let me guess... you prefer film?
The reason they are considered the same artform is because they are both photography. ;-)
It's beyond me why a full frame mirrorless camera still does not exist. Not only would it sell like hotcakes, but it would be SO COOL