Main reason I came back to this is to ask a question: Is Canon or another SLR maker ahead on glass right now?
Here's why I ask. I've been reading about the mid-price Nikkor glass (e.g. AF-S 35 f1.8 G) and really been underwhelmed. The 35 f1.8 seemed a little soft and from what I read had a major problem with CA. I think I mainly want a DSLR is for the wildlife anyway.
In other news
Got my Zorki and having a blast with it. Wish there was a digital option short of the M9 price wise. Would love to have a small form factor range finder type camera. Keep being drawn to the X100 for that for some reason.
Been looking seriously at the M43 stuff and it brought up the issue of video. It would be nice to have a camera that would do video; we have a camcorder we got about a decade ago but only used a hand full of times because its bulky and frankly we forget about it.