Hey guys, I was browsing around at different cameras, keeping in mind the pros of a camcorder and the pros of a DSLR. I stumbled across the [link=http://store.sony.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductDisplay?catalogId=10551&storeId=10151&langId=-1&productId=8198552921666239819]Sony NEX-VG10[/link]. I was wondering if anybody had heard of it or had any advice regarding it. It's got a 24mm sensor (much larger than a standard 1/3" in most video cameras, though smaller than the 36mm in the Canon 5D MkII) and interchangeable lenses, but has the form factor of a video camera, with a higher quality microphone and more inputs, plus such features as autofocus and recording straight to AVCHD. To me, this sounds rather tempting. I posted on Facebook yesterday asking about it but nobody here replied, only one of my photography friends vaguely recommending against, at least telling me to wait to see if Canon reveals anything next month. Any thoughts from the folks on here?