And I'm not speaking about random-colored pixels ruining pictures at higher sensitivities. I'm speaking about sounds our cameras produce when taking photos. They are loud and distracting. A friend of mine recently bought the Nikon D7000. This camera is much quieter than any Micro 4/3 camera even when shooting in the Continuous - High mode. In the Quiet mode, it's whisper quiet. And it actually has a mirror swinging up and down! I expect some people to say that the Nikon is a beastly camera and its large body muffles the shutter sound. But the Samsung NX200 is both slimmer and much quieter than the Olympus E-P3 which has the softest shutter of all Micro 4/3 cameras. Why can't Olympus and Panasonic give us quieter cameras?