Foresight is pretty hard in this industry. If you had said to me even 2 years ago that we would have a full frame mirrorless with 5 axis stabilization on an E-mount platform with S-log and XAVC-S 50mbps at a sub $2000 cost and body that is smaller than most top end APS-C mirrorless (looking at you Fuji XT1) and DSLR bodies. I would have told you that you're dreaming. But here we are with no less than 4 Full Frame mirrorless bodies and the world's fastest AF on the a6000 (a mirrorless camera no less). Anyhow this is great moving forward as those using the original A7 series benefit along with all previous APSC E-mount owners.