Hi everyone, I currently own a NEX-5T, very satisfied so far but like most of you I have this GAS going on... I'd like to upgrade next year. I've been thinking a lot about the A7, or the A7's successor (A8?) (I think the only things Sony should improve about the A7 is the AF speed and add a touch screen. I have no doubt Sony will improve the AF) but the price of the body combined with the price of the lenses for FF format can be a problem. So I have been thinking that the A6000 is also a great camera even though I won't have the FF advantages (shallow depth of field, low light performances...). I would have prefered a huge upgrade. Anyway, besides a touch screen, what could Sony add to the A6000 for its successor? - More pixels? I really don't see the point in adding pixels to a 24 MP sensor. I think it's enough. - Improve the sensor by taking off the low pass filter? Why not? - Maybe change the screen ratio. It's the same as the one on my 5T. I think the 16/9 ratio is not adapted for stills use. I prefer the screen ratio used on the A7/ Nikon/ Canon... So that could be a good thing but I don't think they will change that. - I think they will improve once again the low light capabilities like always and that's always welcomed! - I wouldn't be against another dial control. - I would prefer to have the EVF at the same place as the on on the A7. Actually I think they should make kind of a downgraded A7 (A6 would sound good LOL). Exactely the same camera body but with the A6000 sensor instead. A6000 users, according to your experience with this camera, what should Sony improve for its successor? Future upgraders, what would you like to see improved? I'd really like to read what you have to say about that Cheers and happy shooting!