The body looks and feels the part, a solid tool! Including vertical grip and strap, it happend to me twice that I coincidently opened the cardslot while slipping out of the strap. (I like a snug fit) I had not time to adjust and finetune settings. All I did was set to RAW and ISO 320 as base and frankly I was too excited to start reading manuals or Terry's thread with all those hints on optimizing the seetings.
The Zeiss build quality is simply a dream. WOW! The Sony build quality is a concern. I might be wrong, plastic can be very good, but I can not judge on the quality of the plastics used. The color of that lens plain sucks, but I don't care much about such stuff anyways.
My 135 did not arrive yet, but if it is close to the 24-70, they are build to last a lifetime. Superb, the very best I owned so far.
I will have a hard time learning the optimum on processing, unfortunately this stuff doesn't come easy to me. Anyhow, here the first four handheld shots. From top to bottom:
70mm, 1/800sec ISO 320
400mm, 1/30sec, ISO 320
70mm 1/10sec, ISO 800
70mm, 1/5sec, ISO 800