Coming from Canon, there are a few things I miss having switched to Sony. Photography has many places in our society and culture. We use cameras to photograph travels, family, copy artwork, document the world around us. What we wish to do with these photos varies drastically. Sony has done a wonderful job making cameras with sensors that are capable of very high quality extremely large files capable of really, really large prints. A photo from my Sony A7R2 can make for a huge print of stunning quality. Thing is, we don't always need, or even want to make a tack sharp 20x30" print. I know #thestruggleisreal. But seriously, for those of us making a living with photography, the inability of shooting RAW files at reduced sizes is a big burden. As an example, I often shoot events. Most of the work is only ever going to be used on the web. Of course I never know for sure what my clients are going to use the images for. But often 12 megapixels would be fine, and 24 is overkill.