This will be a great system body!
ljmac: IMHO, the amount of post processing on so many photos these days means they *are* more like paintings than photos. The only image I would consider to be a true photo here is the house one, and possibly the first one (if so this *is* a remarkable illusion). We need a new term for these sorts of images - they may be based on photos, but have been taken far from them.
keeyoni: When will we have RAW off the Xperia Phones?
tecnoworld: In less than 10 years, from nikon D1s to D4, cameras gained almost 2 stops for high iso performance, not to mention the increased DR and color depth. I think the same trend will hold in the next 10 years, more or less, so there will be consumer cameras able to shoot noise free up to 12800 or even more and with acceptable noise for small/medium prints up to 102400 which is incredible for todays standards.
HelloToe: Falls into the same trap as the Olympus E-P5: at this price point, it really should have a viewfinder.
I rather take the Fuji, much better firmware and the NEX 5R/6 sensor isn't great.
The Scurvy Dog of PR: Didn't I read that Sony was getting out of the Cell Phone biz?
Panasonic is still in. The world is a bit bigger than you might realize.
Looks over sharpened...
ThePassenger: Sorry, but wich of the posted photos can´t be taken by any (dlsr-) camera ? A view of a lake, birds or cats in flight, rocks, carpets, watches,... ?
Come on, if you really take it seriously almost no photo fulfilled this rule.
Joe Ogiba: The Nokia 808 smartphone has a much larger sensor and cameras like this are dead meat.http://4.static.img-dpreview.com/files/articles/8083837371/NokiaSensor.jpeghttp://www.flickr.com/search/?q=Nokia+808&s=int
Never mind :) Obviously it's the SAL55200 ;)