I did not like it when I tried a beta version of it a month a go (as we run Sony dealer we could test it a month before as most of so-called review sites actually tried it).
but last night I tried the product version of the 7 and 7R , to my surprise , I actually loved it and just bought the 7kit , I also bought the Zeiss 35mm f2.8ZA.
the reason I went for the non R version is that the 7R is slow in operation and I had the D800E and I dislike that sesnor(on paper it was great but there were many many usability and practicality issues).
the 7 tracks my cat quite well even in dim in door light, and high ISO of it is actually better than my D600 and D800E.
the DR of the 24mp sensor is actually better than the 36mp one , I had both and I tested many many times since I first acquired my first defective copy of D800 and a D600.
the Alpha 7 and 7R both produce outstanding quality video files , I love that but unfortunately there is no ML for it.
the EVF of the Alpha 7 is actually quite much better than the EVF in the A99v and the EM1.
so if you want to get a tiny FF camera with good video and AF , then go for the 7, for the price , it is outstanding.
IMO, it is the best lowlight street camera ever made due to its tiny size, excellent high ISO and flip-out screen.
I tested my Voiklander 35mm f1.4 MC lens , Canon EF17-40mmf4L lens , Zeiss 25mm f2 ZF2 lens, Zeiss 50mm f2 MP lens and Sony Zeiss 35mm f2.8 ZA lens and all work extremely well.
I think I will get the Leica R 19mm and Canon TSE 24mm f3.5L ll soon for both my Canon 6D and Sony A7.
PS. if you do not need AF on the A7 or 7R with your adapted Canon EF lenses , then just get a cheaper normal adapter , not the overpriced SB.