What changed since the RP announcement is that the stills crowd got another option at a lower price point, and the 4K/filmic video crowd did not. That is it. Complaining here does no good. Perhaps Canon might add features via firmware update if sales don't meet expectations, but more likely, the RP is engineered to be sold at much lower prices to be a viable stills camera with limited video functionality. I wouldn't be surprised if this model goes below 1000 USD in a couple years.which camera though did you record in 4k for . also for this camera it doesn't have 1080 24p. which is the stardard for films or filmic video. they might add it later but the omission of that is a true slap in the face. never let those in power totally dictate what you need. brands create standards. competition creates more standards. when "your guys" don't try to live up to others standards or do what the competition does( ifiti works properly), then you have to question them and let them know, we will not accept whatever you give it to us. It's Just common sense when it comes to CONSUMERS (ALL OF US) getting what we want if it is possible. I don't know about you guys but I never been apologetic for big businesses. I didn't mean to call these peopel relics, but someone has to get on their asses.