So do you have proof it is a poor business decision, meaning in revenue not your desired piece of equipment. This is also being marketed to a certain region of the world. Where is this lack of competiveness you are claiming? Again the expected answer requires cold hard facts.
not at all. Proof is in the pudding. :-)
I don't owe you or any other Canon fanboy and Canon lobbyists a thing.
Get your cold facts yourself ... or wait until they materialize in CaNikon's next financial reports. Suit yourself.
I'll just lean back and keep watching Canon's announcement. But .. I'll continue to hold my wallet tight and my
checkbook online banking account closed ... and will pass up on Canon's white kisses or any other sub-par stuff they may try to throw at me.
Until they go under or come up with an FF mirrorless the size of Sony's A7R with a better sensor (!), better IQ , better EVF and way better AF .. at less than 2000 Euros. And some nice ultracompact pancake prime lenses to go woth it. 20/4, 40/2.8 [got that already, so adapter will do] and a 85/2.0 IS.
Whatever comes first. Now go figure.
So let me get this straight, you're going to wait? For canon to bring out something better than Sony's A7R?
What if they bring out something on par to the A7R? What if by the time they bring out something on par to the A7R, and Sony comes up with A8R or the A9R... you still going to wait?
Out of curiosity, what system do you currently own?