Thank You Huss
In my opinion camera design was frozen for 20 years because of the technology shift from film to digital.
Now the digital technology is starting to stabilize, and the innovation process in camera design can be continued for the first time in those 20 years.
Curved sensors, better digital viewfinders, better resolution and all kind of developments surpassed the minimum requirement of the consumer mass camera market, and now the industry is ready to contunue the original path.
In addition the consumer camera market is dissapearing due to cell phones, so the only viable market for photographic equipment from now on, will be the profesional and serious amateur.
I am anxious to see what companies as Cosina-Voightlander will do, since they are small enough to adapt to the revolutionary changes in the photo equipment market.
Main SRL brands are so big, that they cannot addapt to the fast changes, and they probably will react lately with drastic conequences in their bussiness.
Creativity will never die, and the powerfull companies use to believe they have the control, so they want not to change.