The older ones were a problem, but I can shoot for hours with the Z-style batteries on my A7RIV.
R6 crop is pretty inconsequential! It's the same as the R5 "U", so not really worth a "dislike". The H.265 is 10bit 4:2:2 and 10 bit is available in all modes... so again... not really worth a "dislike"?
I have to disagree with two points.
“I kind of like the lag.”
But... there *wasn’t* any lag! The focus begins to rack the moment the screen is touched. And it would look weird if it refocussed instantly. (Presumably, they will let the user choose rack speed.)
“It seems more natural as if a hand did the rack focus over a processor.”
Urgh, NO! It’s slow but (for the moment) looks horribly digital! It's a linear rack with no natural curve to the start or end of the focus-pull. And the end overshoots and backtracks. It’s a great work in progress, but it’s not the things you’re saying here!
I wonder if they can fix my incredibly slack USB-C ports at the same time :-D
Vertical video is fine for shorter clips, but I find it starts to feel claustrophobic after a while... like wearing blinkers to block peripheral vision.
Our eyes are side-by-side, so it's natural for us to see wider than taller (for most people it's roughly a lumpy 5:3 oval). However, we're also lazy, lazy animals, so it's more convenient to hold your phone in one hand.
Personally, I think phone manufacturers *should* have used multi-aspect sensors, and kept the video orientated horizontally, even if the phone is held vertically.
However... they didn't... so lets see how much traction this gets!
Really Canon?!! As mentioned by Wouter, the 5Dii wasn't until late 2008. And Canon actually kinda skipped out on their (unintentional) participation in the "DSLR Revolution" by failing to push forward with what they'd started, quickly being overtaken by their competitors in terms of video image quality and video features; and secondly pushing film-makers towards their more expensive Cxxx series...
Generously I’d give them “3 years of the DSLR Revolution” ;-)