I am looking for a mirrorless camera, i would prefer it to be full frame and not made by Sony.

Every time i try to search for one, i am drawned by the counteless pages generated by Sony agressive marketing campain and inumerable recomendations and reviews.

I am looking for anything BUT Sony. In APS-C the Fuji X series would fit my needs, but they have no FF models as of yet.

So, are there, any FF mirroless other than Sony?

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    Why the boycott against Sony? Any prejudice only affects you. – Rafael Nov 3 '16 at 4:23
  • So purely because of their marketing. Despite any positive reviews. And failure to find any alternatives. You refuse to use a Sony? – Crazy Dino Nov 3 '16 at 10:49
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    I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because speculation about future models is out of the site's scope. (See the site's help center.) – Please Read My Profile Nov 3 '16 at 11:30
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    mattdm i edited out "are there, or will be in the next year or so" but i don't think it was speculation AT ALL. companies often announce their products a year in advance, the exact price is a specualtion but not the FACT that it will be there. – Reed Nov 4 '16 at 2:14
  • Why are you basing everything on internet reviews? Have you gone to a shop and held one of the Sony Alpha 7 series in your hands? Why don't you rent one for a weekend? – osullic Nov 4 '16 at 13:44

Yes there are. Full-frame mirrorless cameras are also offered by Leica. Check out the Leica M family, Leica SL and Leica Q (whose lens is not interchangeable). It's possible that when you see the price-tag, you will reject Leica as an option too.

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  • yea, forgot about them, i know their price, i would get one if money was not an issue, though 5..... as this is a camera for walking around and as second body to my Eos 5D, i guess i will have to resign myself to an aps-c – Reed Nov 4 '16 at 1:37

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