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| p.1 #11 · The Zeiss Mirrorless Full Frame Dream! |
I would probably buy any FF mirrorless body if it meets the following conditions:
1. M lenses can be used with or without adapters.
2. No corner smearing and color shift issues (so no AA filter)
3. At least 24mp.
4. Good EVF and focus peaking assist.
5. Price not higher than 5000$.
I don't really care about the name on the camera as long as it works. Anyway these toys are disposable with a maximum 3 years life expectancy. So who is going to bring it first? My bet is on Sony.
That sounds about right to me. Something inbetween an M9 and NEX-7, both size-wise and regarding functionality. It doesn't have to have AF or an expensive rangefinder, just a large sensor (preferably 4:3 ratio but covering "FF" image circle), a decent EVF (the current Sony ones are good enough), fairly small size and good build quality.
Ditching AF and optical viewfinder could probably keep the price down, so it's just a matter of marketing. For stuff like landscapes, abstracts and studio, an NEX-like body with a larger sensor would be terrific. Heck, even APS-H would do!