Do you guys think Pentax will spend more effort in shrinking the size of their\ndSLR ? I am about to enter the SLR market, but having problems to make\na decision on which system to go with, Pentax, or 4/3 (which is basically\nOlympus).\n\n\nI want a good quality camera, but if it's not small enough for me to carry it\naround, I just won't use it. If I look at the market today, there's the Pentax\nK100D and the Oly E-500 that are almost the same size, and in the same range\nof price. If the market was frozen and no new camera was ever to be produced,\nI'd go ahead with the Pentax.\n\nOlympus has shown that they are trying to get smaller (E-400 smaller than any\nof their previous ones, chances are the next one will be even smaller).\n\nNow what about Pentax ?\n\n\nRight now I see the pros and cons of the two systems as:\nPentax:\n-Bigger sensor, better inherant quality\n-huge choice of used lenses\n-quite a bit heavier\n-slightly bigger\n-commitment, or at least proven track record to stay compatible\n\n\nOlympus:\n-smaller sensor, which will be a bit noiser for the same amount of MP\n-smaller/lighter lenses\n-no used market to get lenses from, and tiny choice of lenses\n-smaller/lighter camera\n-commitment to go small\n\nWhat do you think ? Will Pentax go smaller ? Can they ? Or have they reached the\nlimit ? Was the K100D a fluke, or was it designed small on purpose ?\n\n\n\nThanks.