Finally tried the Sony system for an afternoon. I was always curious about it. It seemed great to have the big sensor in a body no bigger than m43. Sony had an event where they lent gear out for the afternoon. They had all sorts of bodies but I decided to try the A7II because I don't see myself getting the more expensive A7R/S types. There was quite a selection of lenses to try too, but I had to pick one. I decided to get a prime so I could finally see how much blur I could get with a full frame sensor. I heard good things about Sony/Zeiss 55mm/1.8 so that's the one I took. I think the body I got was broken in some way. It kept buzzing like the cleaning system was getting activated and some photos had darkened sides like the sensor was crooked. Some photos also seemed like plane of focus was off. Oh well.. The viewfinder sensor was too sensitive. I literally could not use the tilty screen because it would shut off as I was raising it. I was really missing the pull out screen of the EM5II. I know this is not the best Sony sensor, but I really liked the results. Definitely a different color signature than Olympus/m43. Vibrant but in a nice way. Colors seem deeper and richer than m43. There seems to be some sort of yellow/green tint to the RAW files, but again, quite pleasant. Zeiss 55mm lens was sharp but not really better than the best m43 lenses. All in all, I liked it. I could see myself using the Sony A7 if all I needed was a few (portable) bright primes. Some photos: There is something weird going on with this photo. Should there not be more background blur at F1.8 on a full frame sensor??