Canon has discontinued its five year old full-frame C700 and EOS C series but has adopted a new strategy by offering an OM-D E-M5 Mark III for the EOS E M1ii with AF pixel-level phase detection and PDAF. The M system's digital shift mode and Live View AF will also be compatible with the new camera's 3\" LCD screen, providing full Live View functionality.
The Nikon Z6 II carries on the design and much of the engineering of the highly successful Nikon Z6 but with a few small changes, including new dual processors, two card slots and the option to add a full battery grip.
I'm not seeing any difference on the lens between 15-85 PC and the kit lens. It will front focus but how soon and how far is not known yet. The rose filter is the option but it could be available for DIY as well. All the others are moot since people need a hood for the D5.
It's easy to argue that I would prefer a more expensive camera for most situations especially with sporting where I might even consider going for the MX-1 or a professional Canon body. However, life is not always black and white. When the R5 started to be released and all competitors started to add it into their kit, I maybe started to have doubts. That's the main reason I wanted to add a second card slot on the Z6 (grip-wise I needed the same grip as the D6 with two memory card slots). 7211a4ac4a