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Personally I would prefer Sony not waste time improving the A7r and instead make a 35/2 (or 35/1.8) with the RX1's rendering, or as close as possible to it.
Or a great 21, 85, ... etc. My bet is that we don't see a rapid successor to the A7(r) cameras but that they run at least a couple of years before successors show up, like the NEX-7. Instead, lenses first.
Knowing Sony though we will have updated versions of the A7/A7r well before we have some nice native mount glass in focal lengths we actually want.
I mean look at the NEX line, they have like what, 12 different versions 3, 5, 5n, 3c, 5r, 6, 7 etc etc and yet still are lacking in e-mount glass
I've got a Fuji X-E2 on order simply because Fuji seems to "get it" as far as lenses go. I've got the 14/2.8, 23/1.4 and would like to purchase the 56/1.2 soon as it comes onto the market. That gives me the ideal 21/35/85 trio of fast native primes
I'd gladly go A7r but if I'm stuck with the 35/2.8 as the only native focal length option for another year or more, I should of just stuck with my Rx1 which was at least a stop faster