6. Come out with more e-mount lenses in f2 minimum.
That's one of the big dilema IMO.
And it concerns both Panasonic and Sony. Their fast lens line is ultra limited. (if they have any so-called fast)
I've just ordered one of these "plastic" prime, the 14mm 2.5 only to use in AF config for certain purposes but wide lenses aren't normaly my C.O.T; I hardly shoot something outside 40-90mm.
The lens line catalog is very restricted in those brands.
I don't mind that much about the plastic, although it would be nice to have military grade construction, but most of those AF lenses are too slow.
If Sony and Pana want us to stop buying manual glasses on the used market or Zeiss cine stuff, they need to expand their lens offer and work both on AF and max aperture.
Also that if we switch to AF-MF, having a precise MF ring wouldn't be a luxury. Less fancy design, grey painting and marketing, more seriousnessss when it comes to lenses.
Because those are curently more suitable in the bag of a nice lady walking in the Croisette than on set.
AVCHD is also another plague indeed. So as 8 bits.
The problem of 8 bits is that it's almost impossible if you don't have a B option to use those cameras in serious assignements with confidence. That's not tolerable. The banding issue can easily ruin a footage.
Truth that it only occurs in limited circunstances and we end to learn when and can avoid or minimize it, but when it does occur it's painfull.
I wouldn't care too much to have raw, but yes more than 8 bits.
About the software suite (oh no...not another suite please, an integrated all-in-one, please please...), to design our looks and import them, that would be great.