A interchangeable lens DSLR with no screen. I talk about this subject on the blogs and everyone just says, don't look at it or turn it off like I am some special kind of idiot who never thought of that. No one understands. Not having a screen is entirely liberating and amazing. The only problem with film is that you have to pay to get it processed and deal with the logistical annoyance of doing the driving and/or making a dark room. That part sucks; digital wins this fight by a country mile. But the not knowing what you are shooting part is exciting and makes you think more about what you just did before you move on. It makes you think more about what you are going to do before you shoot so you have to think less about what you just did after you did it because you cant check it and you want to move onto the next thing as soon as possible after doing whatever it is you just did. I am new to photography (5y) and have done both equally for few years and I love shooting film now an order of magnitude more than digital for just this reason. I don't, however, need to make money with my photos, so I don't care if I miss the shot or if the technical image quality/resolution is not top tier. If I was a professional, my opinion would likely be different. But as a hobbyist, I find it much more enjoyable. I take less photos but enjoy it much more Most people here, I assume, have shot film for many years at one point. But if you were a film shooter during the digital transition it was the best thing since sliced bread so obviously, most will eventually be pushed that way. I was not, I had a choice with no prior background in either and I am now shooting film despite the hassle almost exclusively...although only at a rate of about 30 rolls a year. Don't always have the time. Sometimes I go for a walk and spend 30min looking around and taking no pictures. Other days, I go through two rolls. Just depends. With a digital I always take too many and have my face buried in the options; this is perhaps a personality thing as much as a digital camera thing. 70% of my rolls I have yet to develop, some have been sitting for 4 years now. I want to see them, but I find the process of walking around looking for potential photos much more enjoyable than actually reviewing them. Although, I know in order to get better at this I will need to review. For this reason, I am realizing that shutter/aperture imprinting on the film strip would be a very useful feature for me...but I digress. Can someone please just make a digital camera with no screen, it would even be cheaper to make but you could sell it for a bit more. I would buy it at 1.5 times the cost of the same camera with no screen, win-win for everyone. Well, maybe I lose. But I don't care. In addition, how about you give me the option to put it into "expedition" mode. Put a solar panel on the top to run a very very simple backup light meter and a film advance lever to prime a mechanical shutter. Both of these things would also provide enough charge for one shot and to save one default raw file. Aperture would be from the lens ring, with iso and shutter on the top dial (or lock the iso at 400). Make the most advanced all mechanical shutter ever constructed to ensure high enough mechanical shutter speed. In normal mode, it would function just like normal DSLR just without a screen. This is a digital camera that could take a picture 30 years from now if found in a basement with a memory card. Its always alive and ready to take a photo. Oh, you say digital camera batteries last for a few weeks if you conserve? Ok, but the charging part is uber annoying though (uber is a term early millennial hipsters use, FYI). I would like to just leave it in my car forever and know that if I needed to take one shot, wind once, and go. We would be best friends forever, that camera and I. Its all about the experience. There was a company once who prioritized user experience over specs but I forget the name (oh yes, it was Apple). Ok, I cant have it all. That last requirement is a bit advanced I know, I let that go. If I knew more about electronics I would make my own version of this DSLmonsterR. But how about we just ditch the screen Nikon/Pentax/Canon and give it a go? Make it affordable because well, you are removing functions. As I was complaining about this the past few years while being called delusional but almost everyone I pitched it to, Leica came out with two rangefinders exactly like this. Except they are multiple multiple thousands of dollars and everyone thinks its amazing. Sigh. Life is hard. I feel I may never get what I want at a price I can afford. Is this philosophy? Did I do it right? Would anyone else buy this camera other than me?