Maybe they should check the deck of the Zeiss Ikon, which combines the shutter and exposure compensation dials (because you probably only want exposure compensation in Aperture Priority mode). Clever, and it’d free up a dial for ISO. (Update September 2018: It took them until the X100F, but they implemented a similar lift-turn ISO dial.)
Other weirdness: Why is there an AEL button on a camera with aperture and shutter speed dials? I feel like if you want to lock the exposure, you have ample dials to do it.
I guess I’ll have to wait for the final production model, but these seem like some rookie mistakes.
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