If there's one thing that I don't understand is the thought process that goes through the mind/s of a third party camera accessory manufacturer when they decide what they'll produce. To wit, just about every week another manufacturer introduces a new wireless controller, flash or whatever to support Canon/Nikon etc, as if there weren't enough around already. But you won't find anything for m4/3s or the like. Such as here: http://www.lightingrumours.com/. Does Canon, Nikon etc really need another flash? Then you find manufacturers producing yet another lens for m4/3s, always manual, but in focal lengths/apertures that replicate more or less what's already available from numerous others. Such as here: http://www.43rumors.com/mitakon-42-5mm-f1-2-review-at-photographyblog/. Why not produce something that's being asked for but not produced by the OEMs? These are just two examples. Are all of these third party manufacturers thinking that they are building a better mousetrap?