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  1. Yet in every example/comparison I have ever seen, PDAF has proven to be vastly superior to CDAF, particularly with respect to continuous AF video performance.
  2. WOW ... no PDAF, yet again! CDAF is barely adequate on a m4/3 size sensor that is aided by a deep depth of field. On a full frame sensor, with a narrow depth of field, CDAF will be a disaster.
  3. The A9 sensor is an Exmor RS, according to official Sony specs, which is BSI.
  4. The A9 has a stacked BSI sensor with 13.2 stops of DR vs 13.9 for the A7RIII.
  5. In this VLOG, Casey explains why he's shooting with a GH5. He also provides pros/cons of the GH5 vs A6500.
  6. There's no getting around the small sensor look with m43. APS-C is the sweet spot when you account for the 16:9 crop, providing generous looking DOF as well as lovely in-out focus transitons. The difference in sensor size between APS-C and 4/3 is larger than it appears (when cropping to video formats) if you just compare absolute sensor sizes. Cropping a 4/3 sensor to 16:9 requires sacrificing more sensor real estate than APS-C given the squarer proportions of a 4/3 sensor. A 16:9 cropped 4/3 sensor is not that much larger than a 16:9 cropped 1" sensor.
  7. Fake information! The A6500 does not overheat after 3 min ... http://www.newsshooter.com/2016/10/14/sony-fix-overheating-issue-with-new-setting-on-the-a6500/
  8. Are there any videos showing AF tracking of moving subjects?
  9. You've just outlined a very compelling reason to buy an A6500. Based on your cherry picked list, you essentially need to buy 4 camera systems to get all the features offered by the A6500. While the Sony may need be perfect, it sure beats investing in and lugging around 4 camera systems.
  10. Cheaper, yes? Better, how? The GX85 lacks an effective AF system. And the exposure stepping is downright ugly. The audio preamps in the GX85 are also extremely noisy.
  11. I was responding to your statement that there are better cameras for $1500. Where can I buy an XC15 or C100 for $1500?
  12. The fact that you need the above mentioned multiple cameras/systems to replicate what the Sony can achieve in a compact form factor for $1500 makes the A6500 look pretty remarkable.
  13. With 4K, IBIS, touch screen and effective AF in video?
  14. I'm not sure I understand the relevance of some of your comparisons in this review. In Australia, a 1DX mkII will set you back $8500 vs $1400 for an A6300!
  15. Sony are more conservative/cautious than Samsung. I have owned numerous products from both companies and Sony gear has always been superbly reliable. On the other hand, our experience with Samsung gear has been less than stellar. Our 1 month old 65" Samsung TV recently blew up. Samsung washer's had to be recalled because they were going up in flames. And the Galaxy 7 is an exploding death hazard. There were massive delays at Melbourne Airport this morning due to scanning of carry-on luggage for Samsung handsets. I have zero interest in anything from Samsung going forward.
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