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'I was just on my way to purchase an A7r when I came across this discussion. So now I have to rethink my purchase. I also have never seen the problem discussed in my D800E.'
This is exactly what we need to hear. People formulating their priorities and acting accordingly to buy the camera that suits them the best. Many users find that in longer shoots with large numbers of files, it can be very restrictive on transfers as well as drives.
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I think this is a very good point, and one which also pertains to the shutter-induced vibration. It was "discovered" by Lloyd Chambers, who is making a lot of noise about it, and then adds that the Leica M Type 240 suffers from it as well. This had obviously gone unnoticed until now. I am all for exploring any camera's weaknesses, but also for a level playing field. If the A7R moves the learned among us to really go over the RAW content, let's compare with others, and see whether there is not more info to be garnered.