Wed 02-May-12 12:20 AM | edited Wed 02-May-12 12:35 AM by Jim Pearce
Your particular ideas have nothing to do with the topic of this thread. On the one hand, you've argued that the potential of DX is "maxing out". On the other hand, you're implicitly admitting that older DSLRs will be "landfill". But you can't have your cake and eat it too. Those of us who want a successor to the D300/s want an excellent ISO 1600 or 2000 - which is now in reach for a DX sensor - and we also want an excellent camera body. Unfortunately we can't just load a new sensor - like a new film - in the old body.
I agree, however, that we should all be cognizant of the true cost of DSLR ownership which is heavily weighted to depreciation caused by obsolescence.