Roland Karlsson: Do you know what? The worst thing is that the guy from Samsung is serious. With a straight face he can say such things as "a non connected devices is going to be obsolete". Is he talking about my washing machine, dishing machine or motor saw. Or my vacuum cleaner? Or what? Is this guy for real? Maybe it is he that is obsolete?
Lets see. You are in South America, up in the Andes and you are taking images. Or no? I forgot - all devices are connected - so this one does only have a 5 GB buffer for storing temporary before uploading to the net. No flash card slot. Right! But ... ops ... the net ... 6000 meter up in the Andes. No net. Big Fail!
Hmmm ... try to buy some throw away film based camera in the next village. OK! Good plan! Hmmm .. 20 images in each camera. Also buy a HUGE bag to carry cameras.
Oops ... local village only have 4 cameras. No need for HUGE bag.
It is not a high priority for my camera to be connected to the "cloud". Forget about the Andes. I PPall of my photos in lightroom - which is on a computer, which is connected to the internet cloud. After I PP my images, then I might think of uploading a few of them to FB or G+. If I don't care about the quality of an image, I just shoot it with my camera phone. But if I care (which is most of the time), I will shoot with my dslr and PP.
Zafar Kazmi: What Sony gives, Sony taketh. A good camera by spec, but $2800 and expensive lenses to boot! Pro photographers are not going to move to Sony anytime soon and enthusiast will be turned off by the price.
Nip, but what about triggers for studio strobes?