Quote:Just thinking out loud, BC .I don't see the issue, to be frank. A mount does not cost much. So they can go either the Sony route and use the narrow APS-C mirrorless mount and make do with that, or they make a new mount. Either way, they need to make FF mirrorless lenses.
The thing is that if they would create a proper, dedicated FF mirrorless camera, they'd have to make yet another new lens mount. I doubt they will do that in the current market.
And as I mentioned, I doubt FF mirrorless performs all that well, with current technology, especially with high megapixel sensors (say 40+ megapixels). Too much light fall-off not only due to the lenses and cosine rule, but also because of the way sensors are structured currently.
Kind regards, Wim
No one is going to buy a Sigma style "mirrorless" which actually is a DSLR without mirror, really...
Light fall off for most uses simply can be corrected. And MFT with similarly big apertures will show similar vignetting (APS-C too).