I've been pondering the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera (BMPCC) for a while, but I thought wouldn't it be interesting if Panasonic or Olympus (Panasonic probably has the best chops for this) could bring out a GX-7/E-P5 style high quality video camera or video/still camera. The reason I've been pondering a small, pure video, camera is because I don't really want a DSLR style video camera as, in this instance, I do want something smaller so that I can do some vehicle based etc mounting, which isn't ideal with a DSLR sized body like the GH4. Nor do I don't want a GoPro. Also, a GX-7 style body with built in EVF would be ideal, making it better for handheld stuff outdoors. The added benefit would be that all m4/3 lenses would work properly with the body and not introduce a crop factor as with the BMPCC. I'm not sure how big a market there would be for such a camera, but the BMPCC seems to be selling like hot cakes. Additionally, making it a video only camera could possibly allow features/capabilities in the smaller body, that a combined video/stills may not.