Another reason why they included an EVF.
Too bad that laser will probably render permanent eye damage in the wearer then.
...this is not. FTFY.
You're looking into this way too deeply. It's simply interesting.
Ital42 your comparison with aerodynamics is simply invalid, and that's science for you. Their battery lasts at best for 2-3 hours and would not have close to the cycle life as others have said. As...
It's cheaper to buy real legacy Zeiss and Leica lenses. I know which one I'd rather have.
Starbucks laughs and points to their wireless charging docks.
Shhh, don't state common sense facts, it ruins the headline grab.
But bricks and necks is what FF is. :(
Shhh, don't let the micro 4/3 crowd see this, you might be onto something!
Excusa-me-saywhat? I'm not sure I follow...
War... better boycott... everybody? Perhaps the Swiss should start making lenses.
You're the first to mention world peace, now I am interested! :) Kidding aside, this technology is not useful in this context (mobile photography) but that does not exclude it from other...
My point is, this is not a solution, and you've recognised that in your last paragraph, but it's still why this article was posted. So being out and remote would be a use-case scenario of mobile...
If the whole system was portable, it might be more relevant for some brands, but for phones that are proprietary (ie. Apple), it is useless.
It's not bad at all, but this does nothing to address energy storage or consumption, so it still doesn't help if you are stuck in a field, or on top of that mountain.
Density is not a useful comparison, FYI.
If you shoot Leica you can shoot their lenses too.
But to answer your rhetoric, yes, but it isn't removable and certainly isn't charged on AC.
Does your flower field have AC outlets? Like the man said, "200 AMPS and big cables". "It doesn't solve the real problem we have with mobile phone batteries."