As much as I love my Fuji, I feel it lacks some dynamic range when in a scene where conditions are heavily varied. Also, the grain is pretty noticeable on longer exposures and lower light situations. So, I am jumping back to Canon soon ... but first, a decision and am kind of torn and need your help! Canon 5D Mk IV vs Waiting for EOS R to be released properly. Weight 800g for the IV and 660g for the R. A 140g difference - is it worth it? Firmware The R needs firmware updating, that much is clear and will be coming in a few months. Where as the IV is pretty much now a solid all rounder. Viewfinder I'd like the OVF in the R so I can see my exposures - but at the same time, do I NEED it? Ugh. I love it on my Fujis. Cost Cost wise, I'll be spending about the same as I'd be buying grey market IV. The initial cost of the R is slightly less, but the newer lenses are more expensive - unless I use the adapter and EF lenses. Lenses I would be shooting with a 24-70 2.8 and a 70-200 f/4 (so this kind of rules out the NEW lenses cost) My thoughts I'm kind of 55/45 towards the R. I'll be shooting landscapes, portraits, and occasional local events. So, what are your thoughts on pros and cons of each? Future-proof myself and go with the R or stay steady with the IV?