I'm sure many of you have seen the recent announcement from Sony about the A7r II, RX10 II, and RX100 IV. I must say that I'm really impressed with what Sony has been doing lately with their cameras, starting with the A7s. The A7r II is a damn impressive camera: Internal 4K WITH IBIS! (Panasonic said they couldn't do it, but Sony found a way) 42MP BSI sensor 102,400 ISO On sensor PDAF that works with A-mount lenses AND Canon lenses (I haven't seen any videos yet, but all of the reports I've seen have said it's impressively quick), and delivers exceptional AF tracking Full Frame or Super 35mm 4K (oversampling in super 35 to eliminate any moire or aliasing) Then when we look at the RX10 II / RX100 IV: Next-gen BSI 20MP 1" sensor Burst shooting up to 16 fps Max shutter speed of 1/32,000 Can record 40x slo-mo at 960 fps! Anti-Distortion shutter to eliminate rolling shutter when using the e-shutter Now I know that the FE mount is lacking in lenses, but they'll build the lens lineup up over time, similar to what was done with m43. They also offer some pretty good lenses as we speak (16-35 f/4, 24-70 f/4, 70-200 f/4), along with the fantastic (albeit expensive) prime lenses like the Zeiss 35 f/1.4, Zeiss Batis, etc. The system is definitely expensive, but I think Sony is really gaining momentum with a lot of FF DSLR users from either Canon or Nikon. I think this begs the question, what is the next "big" camera to come from Olympus or Panasonic (obviously the E-M1 II and GX8/GH5). But will they bring some truly "groundbreaking" features along with them? I certainly hope so, because Sony seems to really be pushing the envelope in the Point & Shoot, Bridge, and ILC camera markets.