there's too much new cameras on the market. the prices are dropping too fast right now - I know that companies are trying to get new customers, but I think they have crossed the thin line between new customers acquisition and price drop of cameras that are already on the market
Whah whut?!? You're complaining of price drops?!?!? Price drops are good Adam, price increases are bad,bad,bad. How would having fewer cameras on the market that are more expensive be a good thing?
It's stupid because of expectations and perception.
Let's suppose the D90 replacement had been called the D95. One could reasonably expect a modest bump in specs considering it was a newer camera and and was in the DXX family. If Nikon had simply upped the mp to 16mp, added some questionable features, didn't add some were looking forward to and dropped some key features, there would be a lot of people calling for Nikon's head.
Actually nikon has done that. The D70 was replaced by the D70S with "only" a few minor changes. The D80 replaced the D70S and Nikon took away CF cards and "only" added four more megapixels. They also took away the faster flash sync speed and the 1005 pixel metering.