I find these types to be the ones that want something for nothing. What I mean by that is they want RED/ARRI specs in a sub $2K MILC body with a full bevy of lenses and peripherals at Chinese knockoff prices. All you have to do is read other forums like DPReview or Sony Rumors and you'll find them all over. There are so many that think the A7SIII is overpriced and cannot believe it doesn't have at least 30 megapixels. If you want RED/ARRI performance then buy one of those cameras.
This is so lazy and such an over simplification if anyone that would want more of their camera and still be on the same system.
I would literally pay more to have the same camera body for both video and photo And it have some of the basic features of competitors. Clog 2/3, no 29:59 record limit, unlimited 4K mode (even if cropped) on R6 , at least mini HDMI (we’ve always had it).Very basic specs, but limiting to not have them.... but to want them , “go buy a cinema camera”.
Thats a very valid conversation point. It’s not really so much that you always use all of the features all the time but creativity is based on pushing your boundaries, if the boundaries are preset your creativity is also limited. Again, no big deal but it matters to think what you can do vs what you can’t. On the other hand using the my R6’s for about a week now the photography experience is so much better than my A7RIV(likely selling). It’s a much more confident camera than the R. And don’t get me started on the Sony app.