[quote name='Sebastian' timestamp='1281947426' post='1803']
Maybe "pro versions" of the NEX series so that you can use the regular Sony lenses <img src='http://forum.photozone.de/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/blink.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt='
You already can use "regular Sony lenses" (if you get that adapter, obviously).
Not sure why one would think you can make a NEX camera where KM/A mount lenses can just work on normally... A-mount lenses are designed to have the distance of a mirror box between them and the film/sensor. A-mount lenses ALSO very often use the motor inside the SLR/DSLR body, for AF. And A-mount lenses with their own AF motor are designed to work with PD AF, not contrast AF, so, like PD AF lenses from Olympus, Canon, Nikon, Pentax and so on, their motor/electronics/software are not optimal for use in a contrast detect AF scheme via imaging sensor.
In short: not in any way relevant, that "idea".
The only thing approaching "pro" with a NEX like camera can be a compact NEX body with many real controls, and a redesigned interface, and a series of very high quality (optically) primes.
Such a camera can play a role in the professional field, for the professional photographer artists who in the past were using various range finder cameras.
But one problem still remains there: the 1.5x crop factor of the sensor.