Accept your point on those two. Not dedicated, but they are targeting it at the sports market so the stabilisation is less useful. That's WHY it's techno babble. All the things above are important and are features. The "stacked CMOS" is not a feature, it's a requirement to obtain the features. It's like Rolls Royce never tell you the power of a car in its headlines ... all that's important is that it has enough. You are right that the technology *could* be a game changer, but it's nothing without the things the specs don't tell you ... the background support, the handling, the response time, how it actually focuses in real world conditions, etc. 10-15 years ago I would have been excited about the technology, these days I feel the technology is just a means to an end and there are many more abstract things which define if a camera is good ... or even a game changer!