Over the last few years, many Sony shooters have been requesting certain features that still haven't been delivered. One of the main features that a lot of people seem to want is better video features. Unfortunately, Sony has, for the most part, stuck with the same video features they initially offered back in 2015.
I appreciate that Sony has offered some incredible photography features with the latest a7R IV. Having a full frame camera that can produce such high resolution files can definitely be useful. Unfortunately, when it comes to video, Sony has really let themselves fall behind. For this reason I have been strongly considering a move to Fujifilm.
The current X-T3 camera offers some brilliant video features. The ability to record 4k at 60p with 10bit and 4:2:2 codecs, makes the X-T3 such a compelling option. Due to this, I decided I would sell all of my Sony equipment and move over to Fujifilm; however, things didn't quite work out the way I wanted. In my latest video I discuss three main reasons why I couldn't make the switch.
I'm hoping that Fujifilm will listen and improve their already fantastic system. In the meantime, however, I guess I'll just have to wait.