bfitzgerald wrote:I think the problem is A mount has not received the attention and development it should have. Sony have been in charge for 8 years, yet have had quite mixed results by changing direction too often, failing to observe even the most basic rules of the game, such as updating models in a timely fashion (before discontinuing older models)
Get enough funding and maybe Sony will sell you the rights to the A-mount. Wouldn't that be cool to show Sony how successful a Dynax/Maxxum 7-like digital body with a sensor that produces files that look like color negative film, no video, high quality, low price, etc. would be? They would be kicking themselves for missing the obvious. It would sort of be like IBM getting hoodwinked by Bill Gates and letting him keep MS-DOS or Xerox showing Steve Jobs all their confidential graphical stuff.