Don't shoot the messenger :) I do agree that Sony is not putting APS-C as a priority at the moment, but it is different. I can still buy E mount APS-C lenses and use them on my FF E mount bodies, and I do. I use 16-70/4 in crop mode and for video, I use 10-18/4 as light weight UWA on FF bodies as well. I also use E mount FF lenses on my E mount APS-C bodies as well like 35mm/1.8 and 85mm/1.8. Even if Sony does not issue a single APS-C body or lens any more, I can still use the ones I have already got and use them the same way on new FF bodies, or vice versa. There is also Sigma who has developed some great APS-C lenses. The newly launched A6400 and A6600 arguably have some of the best AF features and performance in the APS-C bodies. These are the signs of an active system. Canon EF-M system is an isolated island. It has to have both new lenses and new bodies to keep up with the evolution of the technology. I am obviously not saying Canon is at more risk, I am just saying when it comes to developing new products, the RF mount will probably get more priority. Again, please read my comments. It is not the reason for you not to buy into the system if the system is already fulfilling your needs. You need to decide for yourself. I buy into vintage systems all the time, but I was happy to do so when I knew it's an abandoned system, not afterwards. Some of my bad examples are from the Pentax system. Obviously they have not made the announcement that they have abandoned the system, but for so many years, they have not made much effort to make their AF system up to date. I waited many years, but had to realize it's in fact abandoned, and had to sell off all my Pentax bodies, lenses, accessories. Don't make the same mistake. EF-M system is great, I have been wanting to buy in since it was launched, but it does not have any weather sealing which is what I need a light weight travel system for. What I don't want is information asymmetry and thought it's worth sharing some of my thoughts, because I have been watching the development of the system as mentioned earlier I have been wanting to buy into it for years.
Is this better than a Nikon D3300 with 18-55 VR II lens? EDIT: Nevermind; I would need a viewfinder.
The problem is camera manufacturers are still using clumsy OS' Samsung was too early to market with a galaxy camera and it never took off, so they've never tried again. I truly believe it's now time. People like me want good optics, large sensor, compact size, usb c charging and all the qualities of a modern mobile phone. If you could send directly to your modern social media apps, utilise HDR, have the screen quality of your phone etc.... I would see it take off. Photography companies like Kodak have proved in the past are dinosaurs and don't like to move quickly enough. You will get left behind as someone like OnePlus or Xiaomi will come and do just this