Screenshot taken from video.
We live in an interesting time for photography when there are so many gear options, may it be the different available formats to endless selection of lenses to suit different shooting needs. However, there is no all-round “perfect camera” that ticks all the check-boxes of what most photographers need and want. In the Youtube video log as shown below, Eric Rossi theorized that the reason why manufacturers have not created the “perfect camera” was because they wanted you to keep buying new cameras and lenses. Hence generating continuous flow of sales and profit.
Eric further commented that these companies have intentionally left out functions and features for later model revisions, prompting the camera users to upgrade to the new successor model to gain these functions and features which should have been made available in the previous model (you know, the one they purchased in the first place). Do you agree with Eric that manufacturers should not release too many iterations of cameras in such short span of time only to delay inclusion of functions and features to the next model? You can view the full video made by Eric Rossi after the cut.