I don't know Jogiba; sounds like you have some camera envy somewhere.
To me the VG900 is about the most pointless camera made. Why? It's not "great" at anything IMO.
1. Cost = as much as a Sony a99. $3k.
2. No in-body stabilization like Sony DSLT's.
3. If you're buying it for autofocus, then it's only with the adapter (LA-EA2) and cropped 1.5x mode. No point to the full frame there. Plus limited to F/3.5.
4. It's not good at stills; too awkward to mount flashes / use vertically etc.
5. The LA-EA3 adapter uses SLOW CDAF and is basically a stop-gap to use A-Mount lenses on this E-Mount camera.
6. There are no true full frame E-Mount lenses that I'm aware of.
7. No contrast/saturation/sharpness adjustments a la A99
8. Low detail in wide shots. Since you're quoting Andrew Reid's site, read this:
"The NEX VG-900 is such a disappointment. By far the worst camera in the test, the video is a step back from the NEX 7 – which I find frankly bizarre.
Resolution on wide angle shots is very poorly rendered and extremely unstable. Resolving power is more like standard definition VHS than full HD. Aliasing and moire is produced not just by fine textures but by pretty much any vertical or horizontal line. Any fine lines shimmer and bounce. Colour is atrocious with a real lack of customisable image profiles compared to the A99 and NEX 7, yet the VG-900 is Sony’s most expensive full frame camera to date. Despite the full frame sensor, the camera delivers what seems like the dynamic range of Mini DV.
This is a $3000 (€3000 in Europe!) flagship camcorder. Some of Sony’s $500 camcorders have more resolution and less aliasing. In light of this, it appears the full frame sensor seems rather to be a marketing lead decision not an engineering one. A sensor designed for stills and not optimised for video, but shoehorned into a camcorder to grab some attention. Frankly this attitude disgusts me and it damages the Sony brand for me. Sony is about technology and performance, not the kind of chronic faults in the image that the VG-900 displays here. "
8. Video exhibits moire and aliasing easily - take a look at this...wow!
Other than throwing old manual lenses that lack chromatic aberration correction / have poor flare control / NO IS ! what is the point again of the VG900?