RED Cinema's new "entry" camera has a 10MP sensor that is roughly APS-C size and can do 16.5 stops of DR! That's significantly more than the best FF cameras. The camera starts at "only" $6000. It's made for video, obviously, and does 4.5k (9.9MP) at 120fps or 3k at 160fps. Imagine the stills mode from this thing, shooting action in harsh light and pulling detail never dreamed of from highlights that never blow. With companies like RED doing things like this on the more expensive end, and Panasonic doing 4k everything on the consumer end, where will we end up? $1200 cameras with 8K video at 16 stops of DR? Extracting medium format quality landscapes from video frames? Anyway, I thought it was cool. If you are interested, here's a demo video that may be very mildly NSFW: Specs: RED RAVEN BRAIN Deposit | RED Digital Cinema store (US) And this is kind of interesting, a video of a photographer who used RED's first 5K camera 3-4 years ago for portrait work with still extraction. He mentioned the rig was $80k at that point. Well sounds like we are about there for 1/10 that now.