I have two major issues with Sony cameras. Extreme disregard for their existing customer base and lack of adequate native lenses.
Sony come out with new bodies far too frequently. They also produce bodies that are far too similar to each other and withhold certain features from one to make the other more marketable. The A7Rii and A7Sii are prime examples of this. Instead of offering owners of the A7Rii features such as Slog3, 120 fps @1080p
or live display Luts, which they could easily have done, they expect us to spend another $3000 to purchase these features at the cost of resolution and AF capabilities.
The more serious issue with Sony E-Mount cameras, IMO, is the lack of adequate native lenses. It is true that you can use almost any lens on the A7Ri with adapters but at the cost of one of the best AF systems available. The current crop of Sony zooms are not up to par with the competition and, although they produce some excellent primes, the 35mm and 55mm are good examples, the range is still limited.
Imagine an A7rii with Slog3, 120 fps @1080p
, a full range of primes and excellent native zoom lenses equivalent to Canon's 24- 70 USM Mark II. Now that would be a camera to be reckoned with.