More properly ambiguous language on your part...if you're trying to say something, don't bury it in innuendo.
The language I use tends to be very precise - precise enough to find out whether the other person actually reads or just looks at a few words and fills in the blanks. The latter case offers additional insights, of course.
Or perhaps I'm unaware another manufacturer delivering PDAF on the image sensor where 16 million pixels (80% of the total MP) are used for AF.
Apart from being wrong, as anyone who knows how PDAF works realizes, that numbers game doesn't matter. Its about the functionality provided - is the PDAF grid dense enough to track a subject?
DPAF is disabled at one of the many possible resolution/frame rate combinations, but works at all of the others.
"One" is not the exact number...
Yes, considering its symptomatic
The new Samsung NX-1 delivers 15 fps...but at anything above single shot frame rate, it drops from 14-bit to 12-bit RAW. Does that mean continuous shooting on the NX1 has a value of...zero?
That depends on whether a picture with the tonality and luma resolution of the 5D3 offers at base ISO has a value of zero. Again - function over spec sheets.
Much like your flawed understanding of the use of non-electronic ballasts in lighting, your views are apparently at odds with reality.
Reality: Operating a lighting system that the 7D2 could compensate for would get you a fine or some time behind bars - violation of the equivalent to workplace security and similar regulations plus the intrinsic properties of common utility AC motors - in just about any country I've worked in. Across five continents that sums up.