Olympus Panorama: Olympus continues to insist on requiring Olympus-branded memory cards in order to use the panorama feature in their cameras. They are the only company to be using this gimmick. There is a simple workaround to make non-Olympus memory cards work as well. Shame on Olympus for insisting on such as silly and childish gimmick after so many years.
xD memory card: A totally unnecessary format introduced by Fuji and Olympus to replace Smartmedia. They (and their users) paid the price for it as xD is only used by those two companies and nobody else. Fuji woke up and started offering dual xD/SD drives in their cameras. Olympus is still asleep at the wheel.
Venus Engine: Panasonic's sensors and Venus engine are responsible for the noise and noise reduction side-effects that mar their nicely designed cameras and Leica-sonic lenses.
1D Mark III: A $5000 DSLR should not have those kinds of issues.
Foveon: Too much hype, not enough cameras.
Sigma DP-1: Where are you? Sigma wake up and smell the roses!
DSLR Priority: Traditional SLR Manufacturers are operating on (D)SLR priority and ignoring the other segments of the market. This is what they know how to do, and once DSLRs became affordable they reverted to their past.
Fuji no mo' magic: We understand that Fuji has to compete with the rest of them on megapixels, but that doesn't mean you have to abandon your very successful 6mp "magic" SuperCCD sensor found in the likes of the Fuji F31fd, S6000fd, etc. Fuji, wake up and release a few more 6mp "magic" cameras!
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