vs SonyYeah, this will be the only FF camera in the RF style. Why hasn’t someone done that already?
Definitely agree with that, but think Sony is strategic. If this sells well, they will probably create a higher end model that will include those two features to provide further differentiation and desire for the higher priced version.It does seem that Sony made a few odd choices for so expensive a camera like no front dial or joystick. The flip screen is always controversial no that’s a coin flip.
I'll be watching this one, depends on the resolution of the EVF and performance of the sensor stack with RF lenses. I have a lot of lenses.
The price is on the high side for 24MPixels, so the EVF needs to be first-rate.
Also, from what I’ve been reading, the current Sony AF-C tracking pretty much negates the need for moving the focus point manually. If you use single point focus, you can lock on your subject with half press and then recompose, the whole while the camera maintaining focus on your selected subject.
I also wish the pricing was lower, given some of the compromises, but when you look at the Sigma FP, it’s actually well priced since it offers a mechanical shutter, IBIS, and flip screen over that model. Plus a much more significant lens offering.Welp, too expensive for my taste, given that it looks like it'll have a lot of compromises around ergonomics, EVF and the like. If it were purely perfect, I might consider consolidating. I'd like a small FF body. I'd rather go quirky and get a Sigma fP than this one though.