Most people don't need a $1000 camera. They don't even need a $100 camera these days.
Leica? What of R-mount?Nikon? How many Nikon cameras can take every variety of an F-mount lens and not lose metering, or AF or both. One?
Really? None of your manual Nikkors ever had to be relubed? Or have apertures cleaned? Or zoom mechanisms tightened?
Please, name a company dating to film days that has not dumped a mount at some point.
It's not just the optical design. There are materials involved, as well as a fair bit of mechanical and electrical engineering.
How is that surprising? It's clearly aimed at a very narrow segment of shooters and there are only so many people who come here to argue about gear. In fact, I think not a single of these...
How much is real Contax Sonnar these days?
What's weird about it? That's what the first wide L zoom was - 20-35.
The only more or less succesfull compressed format replacement I've ever seen was avi with mp4.
They can stick FF Sony sensor in it for all I care. As long as it comes with a locked bootloader I will be spending my money elsewhere.
There is no such thing as good coding when flash is involved.
I have a Windows 10 tablet. Truth be told, it ain't all that. It does play flash though.
That's what I used to do when Canon had its loyalty program - I'd always pick up cheap eligible camera when I saw one.
It did something to me. It was called OS7.
Yay, more $300-400 Arca ballheads. A hundred of them out there now? Two? Three?
Why? Someone thinks iphone is too cheap? They should go with a Caviar version then.
I don't think Tamron ever made anything in this range.
I used to have a Sigma 30/1.4, after 2-3 years I sold it for exactly the same amount of money I paid for it.
Projection? Paranoid? Moi? I am not buying another body until my present one falls apart. Fortunately it does not get obsolete after a year.
Dude, if you don't know what "match or beat" means it's your problem, not mine.