I blabbed about (in another thread) about how canon could create some sort of Kerr-cell pellicle mirror camera.
But I though about it and I was wondering IF, somehow, canon managed to release a bright, compact, zoom for the masses, wouldn't a pellicle mirror camera, with -1/3 stop of light OVF sell as hot buns? Decent AF in video and sports, faster frame rates...
Would the 1/3 light loss really be that damaging?
I'm talking about a rebel body because since they are release in an almost yearly base, canon could experiment with them, see the market reaction.
I also really like the Rebel's ergonomics an button layout (small hand, and I really enjoy less buttons).
I would like to hear people's 2 cent 'bout this...