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    As indirectly mentioned above, the perfect camera will sit like a cat on the shoulder:

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    And in addition to the two controls Sneakle mentions, the camera should let you change image sensors & looks with just a quick change of a sensor/storage roll. And those rolls should have a feature that encourages concise shooting. Something like the 16mm Aaton XTR Prod:

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    But more seriously, I did/do like the way Aatons feel on the shoulder. But a lot of the other features we're asking for in your perfect camera do all seem to be available...just not all in the same camera. We're getting there, though...
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    The thing about a cat is that it is of fixed size. A camera with a small prime or large zoom is of varying size and CofM

    Id like a camera system that was like a cat on the shoulder but that is a cubic camera/lens support on a for-aft slidable catlike shoulder pad. (see the bottom of Amira)


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    and the Aaton was steady across the thigh when down on one knee, viewfinder flipped up.


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