I re-read up on all of this every time a new rumor comes out and the point really still eludes me . . .
As I understand it, they're trying to get features from P&S cameras (lightweight, small, no mirror noise) and SLRs (interchangeable lenses, bigger sensors) to work together, no?
If that's the case, is this like the 'buy a hybrid car' thing, where the economics don't work from a practical sense but it's the principal of the thing?
Someone help me out here
I can't see what's wrong with the current (and possibly future) lineup of SLRs and P&S cameras.