I'm old school videographer/photographer. When I shot news I used to viewfinder to stay focused on the image and never took my eye off of it. Even used a patch in bright sunlight so my eyes wouldn't adjust.
The closest thing I've found to that experience with these smaller cams is the Zacuto Gratical Eye. It's spoiled me.
You do know they include the XLR adaptor/handle right?
Also the fan and mounting points and a more cinema focused layout instead of stills.
What did they take away?
Wait .... did you read the article?
These aren't reviews. Not because they're from YouTubers, but because it seems most of them both miss the point and aren't the ONLY professionals who consider themselves content creators.
To say that one camera is the same as another ONLY because it shares the same sensor is why I take YouTube reviews with a grain of salt.
I mean, seriously, the FX3 COMES WITH A HANDLE AND XLR INPUTS.
No. No it's not.
Don't forget the UBER essential scrunched up face while pointing to the thing you're reviewing.
I for one and HAPPY there is no physical viewfinder. I know some still use them, but I find them pretty awful on anything but higher end bodies like the FX9 and C300m2.
If this was a camera built for stills I would lament having one but cramming my eye into a small screen for long periods of time .... naw.
I'm stuck deciding between buying the assortment of used Sony cameras that are still very good (FS7m1, FS7m2, FS5m2, AS7II) or buying one of the newer models that are just killer (AS7III, FX9, FX6, FX3)
Caveat: I don't need much above an FS7m1, i.e. a camera that shoots 4K, has XLR inputs, and takes Sony's FE mount.