As Gordon wrote in his K20D review
, live-view implementation on the K20D is of limited use.
So the lack of live-view on the K-m / K2000 doesn't seem to be a stop-shopper
how do you judge that absence of liveview won't be a stop -shopper with K2000 case.. ?
the model has just appeared..
users of K20D do have live view, even though it's to say softly a traditional. but it's there. K20D on paper has everything that is needed, however when one buys it, he/she realise, that it's not that refined, as to say K10D was..
Looking to the future, at least a year.. live view.. will become more and more important factor especially for people coming from compacts.
Users of K20D bought it and only after experimentation, realised that live view, isn't that good, but still it is there..
I'm already waiting for K30D, with improved fps, AF, Liveview.
then i will surely buy one..
Rei_vilo agree with your suggestion, it would be tremendously interesting to look at how K10D, K200D and K2000D stand in relation to one another.. in terms of image quality.. Gordon, should have this in mind, when revieving the K-m.
best regards to Gordon.. i like his reviews much. especially video tours.