For sure, none of my friends use them and I'm the only one lol.Most folx aren't into forums, we are a minority
I think it comes from the stance that if you do paid work you need to do both as many clients want both but just like what you said, not everyone does paid work either and many do it for fun (like myself).The people who claim every camera should have 10-bit 4:2:2 uncropped 4K at 60 FPS do not seem to realize that there are people who do not use video at all.
For sure and you can’t please everyone since each person has different needs from their camera. I actually went from the M5 to the M50 Mark II and although build wise it isn’t an upgrade, AF wise it’s night and day better.The RP is still in the top 50 on Amazon and the top 20 on B & H.
Most RP owners that I have come across are happy with 1080p video.
The problem Canon runs into is adding uncropped 4K without significantly increasing cost.
It is a hole that Sony exploits but a lot of people do not want to deal with 4K and don't really need it.
IMHO the M6 II is not a proper upgrade from the M50 and there is nowhere to go from the 90d except for the 1DX II.
In a fair and just world there would be an M5 II and a 6D III.
I think the processor was really the main issue with in cropped 4K (which Canon had said in interviews was an issue) but say for example there was a RP Mark II, I would expect it to be able to do that using the Digic X even if there’s a Digic 11 by then.