Dumb question time.
First off, I think these mirrorless cameras, regardless of brand are amazing overall. I still love my D700 DSLR, and you can have it when you pry it out of my cold, dead fingers, but that being said, seeing and trying out these new cameras (different brands), overall, an amazing system that can put out some really good images.
Now here's my problem. No complaints, just an observation, and wondering if anyone else has this issue. I have hyper sensitivity to bright light. Had it all my life, since my first memory of childhood. Likely born with it, or so I am told. I have to wear sunglasses outside even on cloudy days. Flip side is, I have really good night vision. Anyhow, I find it almost impossible to use these new mirrorless cameras because the display in the eyepiece hurts my eye. I can use it the "regular" way - that is, bring it up on the LCD like you would using live view on a DSLR, but for me personally, the way I like to shoot, I like looking through the viewfinder/eyepiece while i am shooting. As per usual, your mileage may and can vary.
I have tried with and without my sunglasses on, and other settings, but I just find the displays, different brands, either uncomfortable or downright painful to use. Now, as I pointed out, i have weird eyes to begin with, but I am just wondering if anybody else finds they have this kind of issue?