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Me three. The size and new AF system is appealing over my A7rII, but that's about it.Me too
Only tempting attribute for me is it seems to be compatible with the LA-EA5 so it's currently the cheapest and only 24 MP camera that you can use old screw drive lenses on without a pellicle mirror.
Me four. In my landscape hobby I'm looking for megapixels.It might be ridicolous, but I think the more pixels the better. I hope some day I could accept upgrading to 7RIV. I don't care about EFCS, but AF is something to care.Me three. The size and new AF system is appealing over my A7rII, but that's about it.
There's also no option to turn off EFCS, which means worse bokeh at high shutter speeds (>1/1000s). You can turn on fully electronic shutter, but then potentially run into rolling shutter issues with subject movement (if sensor readout is like the A7III, 1/16s, it's not good).
I LOVE the concept and hope they will follow up with a higher-spec model next year. That might be more enticing for me.