I have just sold my Nikon D700 and a rather large collection of Nikon Glass. Age and the airlines have caught up with me. I am tired of trying to balance stuff that goes into a 'carry on' bag. Then, when I get to a location, I love to wander. A D700 with lens or lenses in a bag gets heavier as the day goes on. So, as soon as things are back in stock, I will be the proud owner of a Sony A7R with a 55 F1.8, a 24-70 F4 and a 70-200 F4. Based on what I had with Nikon, I figure I have covered off what makes me happy.
I have purchased Gary Friedman's book and one other I found on Amazon to try and get up to speed on this terrific system I have bought into. This was NOT an impulse move but rather something done after considerable research. It seems to me that Sony is leading a charge in full frame DSLR cameras that the 'big boys' need to pay attention to or they are going to be left in the dust.
My question is simple... what else can I do to make this transition as meaningful as possible?