...Too sharp. Too detailed. Yuck.
Notice the reviewer isn't going to give his test camera back to Sony. [g]
(Thanks to Tom Kwas)
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Patrick Perez: "In the words of Homer Simpson, 'Sweet merciful crap!'"
Mike A: "Don't buy an A7R to use with legacy lenses because you'll lose resolution with adapters. It won't be sharp enough! Don't buy an A7R to use with native lenses because of all the resolution. It will be too sharp!"
Mike replies: I was speaking, as they say, "tongue in cheek." Of course people will want it more because it's so sharp and detailed, not less. Although some of the examples at the link are, as a couple of people have termed it, "over the top."
Peter Urban (partial comment): "Without exaggeration, I am positive that this is the camera that is going to change my life as a photographer forever—and that of many others too. It has the potential to usher in a new era in digital landscape, nature, architecture and product photography."
Mike replies: Well....
Mark L. Power: "I will be glad when the hyper-real era is over...."