Oh, you're an "enthusiast," "professional," or talking face on YouTube? This camera wasn't designed for you. It was designed for the audience you spew your crap opinions at, like, "pros only shoot full frame and just because you don't get paid doesn't mean you're not a pro-level shooter. You need full frame if you want to be a pro." Well, now all of your viewers who have no technical reason to shoot with a 35mm camera now have a 35mm option with the price and features commensurate with an entry-level product.
GET TO THE FUCKING POINT. Never mind the boring, droning, pedantic talking heads who avoid writing themselves a script or interject false information they were either too lazy to get right or too stubborn to be bothered with facts. The biggest problem is their ability to take 30 seconds of useful information and wrap it in 10 minutes of garbage exposition, rattling off 8 examples to make a point when 2-3 will do and 0 would be even better. Most seemingly do it because they refuse to write an outline and stick to it or they're trying to impress you with fluff trivia to distract you from their lack of charisma, creativity or actual insight. That shit works in text because a reader can easily skim over it, unlike a YouTube video.
Nikon recently released their first full frame mirrorless cameras, the Z6 and Z7, and it seems all of the professional and "professional" photographers on the internets are having a meltdown because it doesn't have, amongst other things, dual card slots. Well, news flash, Nikon didn't design these cameras for you. I know, weird, isn't it?
There are a handful of professional YouTubers like Tony & Chelsea Northup who, despite all of the facts proving otherwise, insist on claiming that smaller sensors have less bokeh, or increased field of view, compared to “full frame” sensors. Even worse are all of the morons, both pros and amateurs, who simply regurgitate their bullshit.