In your reviews, you give very little attention to shutter lag. For those of us who shoot with both a full size SLR and a smaller camera; for the latter, shutter lag/shot to shot time represent a major source of frustration. Very few of the leading manufacturers have given this issue the attention it deserves (Casio and Fuji are the exceptions except for Fuji RAW record times), yet it is one of the most significant points non-SLR shooters express. Lots of attention has gone into image quality and lens speed, but not focus time.
Why isn't more attention given by DPREVIEW's evaluations of the non-SLR/mirrorless group when this is always a part of Digital Camera Resource Page's reviews? It rarely comes up in your reviews as a major consideration for this class of cameras.
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