Just another quick update, everyone! We're flabbergasted, yes, FLABBERGASTED!! (and also mindboggled) that there's been such overwhelming support for this camera in such a short period of time! Thank you all SO MUCH for contributing to this project that we've been working so hard on. We will not disappoint!
When Joe and I put this project up on Kickstarter, we had no idea whether people would be interested in seeing a camera from a new team. We both felt that this camera filled a big hole in the market, and we're so thrilled that other people feel the same way.
We're really excited to start producing the first 100 cameras, and of course any funding that exceeds our $250,000 goal will go towards designing new mounts and accessories and making the first 100 models as strong as possible. Our Kickstarter camera backers are our ambassadors to the rest of the camera world, so rest assured that we're going to work personally with each one of you to make sure your camera works as promised.
Our manufacturing partners, based in Canada, Ienso (http://digitalcameradesign.com/), are putting together a video update for all of you that we hope will be online by this evening. That should answer some of the questions about everyone's tech background, and will show some of the electronics they're working on for the camera. Check out their website to learn more about the design work they do on really cool niche cameras.
Joe and I offer our eternal gratitude to each and every one of you. Keep on asking questions, and we'll do our best to answer as soon as we can!
P.S: We've had a lot of questions at SXSW and on various forums about M, Nikon and 3 turret mounts. What do you guys think? Is there interest in that?