Just caught up on last nights 75 posts,. no direct replies to anything said, but two thoughts for your consideration;
1- Canon and Nikon release their first FF mirror-less systems to luke warm reception, and half the internet predicts the immediate demise of the SLR. Don't you think we need a little more time perfecting the mirrorless before SLR is dead? Even the most prolific SONY advocates on the forum are claiming that the A7RIII can't match the responsiveness of the 5D4. Won't the SLR and Mirrorless live side by side for a long time as two different tools?
2- As much as this camera appeals to me, as a Canon shooter primarily, with a vast collection of native lenses, the "best ergonomics" many reviewers have said, and "unbelievable" AF is another recurring theme,.. I can;t help but consider the price of this offering vs. say for example, this one;
$1,500.00 gets you Fujit's 3rd gen top of the line Xt3, with 5 axis IBIS, a full compliment of small portable lenses, and most of the bells and whistles that everyone wants.
It's a bit of a quandary when we try to assign value, bang for your buck.
this quick review doesnt paint the AF as being all that spectacular and adapted glass still has quirks being really not much better than adapting to Sony bodies
ohh and the XT3 doesnt have IBIS but still is packed full of features they didnt seem to hold back on