Michael Reichmann's comment regarding a7r "shutter vibration". (Sony A7r Report)
"I suppose that my response to this is simply..."So what else is new?"
All camera are subject to mirror shock (assuming they have a mirror), shutter shock, and release shock. Tripods that resonate, ball heads that are not toght enough, mounting plates with slop, etc. We've been living with and debating the issues for decades.
The A7r has shutter shock at some shutter speeds with some lenses in some situations. This can be said for virtually every camera ever made.
Ever shooting with a long lens on a Mamiya 645? Ever shoot with ANY lens on a Pentax 67. These are simply things we learn to live with and accomodate.
To read that people are considering not getting an A7r because of shutter shock just blows my mind.
In my annoyance at this new form of pixel peeping all I can say is..."On your way to getting a life, try and also get out and do some photography. Stop worrying about minutia". Cheech.
I couldn't have said it better myself.