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Indeed, I can't say I really see the point of what is just in camera cropping on a $2800 camera that is targeted to the high end enthusiast crowd.
Its a feature that has its place I suppose, but given I would think a majority of the target market is photographers who are going to be shooting raw, doing their own post processing etc anyways, is there really much point in doing an in camera crop ?
You could market it however you want, as it had a 35/50/70mm equiv lens with the "teleconverter" options, and that might sound good to a newbie, but I would think (hope) any enthusiast who wants a $2800 FF fixed lens camera knows all your doing is cropping, and also realize its something they can do in post, with no only more control but typically better results.
Only other thing I could think is that maybe there are some that don't like 35mm, that prefer 50mm, so they could set it to 50mm all the time and just treat it as a 50mm, but then you've really got to wonder who wants to buy a $2800 FF camera just to have it shoot like a 11meg APS-C camera.
Whats the point in that ?