I think it is quite funny which kind of arguments are used about a camera that is not even released.
Non Professional because it has only one card slot.
OK - byebye all Medium format gear by Phase, Leaf and Blad. It is non professional ?
Next : no USB3 Tethering. Well the camera costs 3200 $ and not 32000 $ as the MF backs . Maybe THAT is a reason ?
No GPS: whoha..... that´s my favorite. Nikon and Canon sell these additional GPS additions to their DSLRs and that is ok ?
and now: No Uncompressed Raw. Hmmm. Nobody has seen an ARW file from that new camera yet. The video section mentions a new Codec, I am pretty sure they also worked on the photographic part, as this BSI Sensor is completely new.
Just for info: ALL used Raws today are compressed. Tell me ONE single maker that stores uncompressed Tiff 16 Bit with Gamma 1.0 ?
................................................................Ok - I´m waiting. But there is none. Not one.
I understand that people want all in package , for half the price , at a quarter of the size and when they have it- it shall stay the same forever because it protects their investment....... But then innovation stops - like with the other makers.
To compare this camera with a list of features of the complete Photo market and complain their lacking
is like complain about a sportscar because it´s trunk is so small.
I don´t even want to talk about the lacking lenses: one Word - more ZEISS coming, the ones which are already here and usable
beat the shxx out of the competition and they are afraid I guess.
and for a last word - here something written by George Orwell. I think that fits pretty nice.
“It struck me that perhaps a lot of the people you see walking about are dead. We say that a man's dead when his heart stops and not before. It seems a bit arbitrary. After all, parts of your body don't stop working - hair goes on growing for years, for instance. Perhaps a man really dies when his brain stops, when he loses the power to take in a new idea. Old Porteous is like that. Wonderfully learned, wonderfully good taste - but he's not capable of change. Just says the same things and thinks the same thoughts over and over again. There are a lot of people like that. Dead minds, stopped inside. Just keep moving backwards and forwards on the same little track, getting fainter all the time, like ghosts.”
― George Orwell, Coming Up for Air