10 fps refers to with an A-mount lens and an adapter. I don't believe that is the case with e-mount lenses...
What about using EF mount lenses with an adaptor? Will we get the full 20 FPS when we use our Canon supertelephotos with the A9?
Also, my understanding is RAW shoots at 12 fps.
Well then RAW shooters might as well just stick with their 1D series Canons and equivalent Nikons, if speed is what matters. But I though that 20 FPS and a huge buffer was the whole point of this A9.
I just don't get it - it's like there is this "shocking announcement" about 20 FPS and a few hundred shots in a burst . . . . . but there seem to be so many exceptions to those figures that in real-world usage it won't deliver those specs to those who need them the most.