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I'm with Jeff, it may be irritating but unusable?
Sony owes me nothing, I don't forget that, and this affects maybe .1% of potential users. But it begs a bigger point... How can you expect to build a pro system when the buttons do different things from generation to generation, and the new behavior is forced upon you, with no way to revert?
If you use NEX in a professional setting with MF lenses, how are you supposed to switch between a N7 and A6000? The cameras are impossible to differentiate in hand during event photography or a stressful situation. Learned behavior from two years of manual focus shooting is now out the window, and the new system is much clunkier than the old.
A firmware update can fix this simply by offering to reverse the current behavior. i.e. have the option for zoomed view first, and then second click brings you the AF area. Obviously, that can be done.
More to the point, if this doesn't happen via firmware update, then Sony is purposely trying to sell AF lenses, and I am a victim of my own conspiracy theory that NEX manual focus was just bait to switch to the system while Sony deprecated MF features as more AF lenses come online.
Call me crazy, but next is the disabling of shutter release for non-cpu lenses... I am sure many will say it cannot happen, but I wouldn't be surprised. Perhaps when 14 FE lenses come online, sony will just say, we have enough native lenses now, tough luck.