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  1. I would put my money on the A7C being more reliable than any Leica digital M body. The A7C body also seems to be very well built. From DPReview: "Although it looks a lot like an a6000-series model, the a7C itself feels extremely rugged in a way that those cameras don't. It's housed in what Sony calls a magnesium alloy monocoque: a combined, single-piece chassis and shell, akin to what US car-makers would call 'unibody' construction. This ensures there's no flex or give anywhere in the camera. It also means there are fewer body seams to seal against the elements."
  2. I own several Leica M film bodies and lenses. The A7C does a lot more for far less than anything digital I can buy from Leica for my compact M lenses without having to upsize to a DSLR style mirrorless body. https://www.thephoblographer.com/2020/09/15/using-the-sony-a7c-with-leica-m-mount-lenses-is-an-overdue-dream/
  3. Why not buy an A7SIII? It seems to tick all your boxes.
  4. Sony is just covering all bases with this new camera. It was not intended to be the latest and greatest. It will appeal to those that are looking for a more compact rangefinder form factor/aesthetic and combines a lot of very dependable tech from Sony’s current parts bin. If you need 10 bit video, look elsewhere. Sony and others have this covered. As it stands, the A7C will likely sell well offering ample stills resolution and video IQ with unlimited uncropped 4K recording (able to run for hours without overheating) as well as exceptional AF in video. Focus peaking is also exceptional (possibl
  5. Panasonic need to first fix their lame AF in video.
  6. Unlimited 4K video without overheating is a big deal, at least to some. Canon is a showstopper for me in this regard.
  7. Gerald Undone’s perspective ...
  8. At least it's not crippled, if sonyalpharumors is to be believed: "A7c will have a similar passive cooling system like the A7sIII so it won’t overheat when shooting 4K for a long period of time. It will also not have any recording limits, unlike the A7III’s 29-minute recording limit." Unlike the A7III, this new camera is rumoured to have the same AF system as the A7sIIII as well as no recording limit and could be an interesting little beast if IQ is up to snuff.
  9. Great info. If you don’t mind sharing, I would be interested to also see your A9 settings.
  10. Philip Bloom just posted this on his Instagram account: ”Shooting real time sunset on #elenibeach In Skiathos with the @canonukR5 and @sonyalpha A7S III so I can put them on my tv when I am home and pretend I am there. The R5 managed 26 minutes in 4K HQ mode before shutting down. Now it’s recording in 4K line skipped mode. I just need to watch for that 29.59 record limit. The A7S III is recording 50p 4K 10 bit. It’s been going for 90 minutes now, zero issues.”
  11. Philip Bloom just posted this on his Instagram account: ”Shooting real time sunset on #elenibeach In Skiathos with the @canonukR5 and @sonyalpha A7S III so I can put them on my tv when I am home and pretend I am there. The R5 managed 26 minutes in 4K HQ mode before shutting down. Now it’s recording in 4K line skipped mode. I just need to watch for that 29.59 record limit. The A7S III is recording 50p 4K 10 bit. It’s been going for 90 minutes now, zero issues.” ”I can sum up what filming with the @sonyalpha A7S III on holiday is like very succinctly... It’s just easy
  12. Lame AF performance of the S1H is a showstopper for many.
  13. Sure, Kai’s overheated in direct sun at 37c but after 2.5 hours running 4k60p!
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