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The EVF of this new camera is not a big concern for me. The NEX 7 had an annoying delay for it to turn on. It drove me nuts so I adapted and almost never used it. So while, it had a high res EVF, it was useless to me.
I get the feeling that Sony sometimes designs by pure love of innnovation, and sometimes they design by marketing data. $650. They must have had a price target in mind. I speak for myself only, but even at $800, this would be a great price. The A7R's EVF and a touchscreen would probably not cost that extra $150. It appears to me they were designing this camera to fall in a strict price range. Between this camera and the A7, there is nearly a $1000 gap. Now, this camera is great, but I hope somewhere in their marketing data is proof that people like current NEX 7 owners are willing to pay more for an even better aps-c camera.