I have a question... Coming from using Panasonic's for years (DVX to HMC150's and AC160's), I'm now looking into upgrading my cams next year for my Wedding Videography company. Low light performance is of utmost importance since half the day is often in really low light. Also, servo zoom is HUGE for me. Beyond that I'd love a nice sharp image with a great LCD. I love the look of the DSLR stuff, but it doesn't lend to my style of shooting (with no "choreographed" shots, shooting as it happens on the run...so its all natural (yet hopefully beautiful and somewhat cinematic). So this APS-C lens seems to be (from what I've read) nice for DoF but not so crazy that I'm going to drive myself nuts all day. My current HMC150's have been a great workhorse and have allowed me to build up my company to a very successful level shooting 35 + weddings/year...but its time to upgrade soon. I was looking at EX1R then came the announced PMW200. And now this NEX-EA50. Ah, the choices. My budget will be about $6000-7000US per camera. I will be getting two. My question is (and I'm not sure how much this can really be answered until the cameras are actually released) how will the NEX-EA50 hold up in lowlight compared to say the PMW200 or EX1R's of the world? I know it has a bigger sensor but its lens is a f/3.5 to 6.3 so will that sort of make it not as good in low light Weddings as the other cams? Also its the same one as the VG20, right? After reading around a bit, I see mixed reviews on that cameras low light performance. I'd love some guidance here. I'm also nervous about the lack of ND filter as well (joining the club) but I've read that a vari ND filter can help me with that. It'll be a change of workflow for me throwing that on while on the run but hey, I'm up for the challenge I guess. Also while the HDMI is nice, I would love the HDSDI out for other jobs that require a stable output connection during the shoot. But that's another story altogether and I realize the EX50 doesn't have that so I'll keep that in mind before making my final purchases. So what is your thoughts on low light, sharpness, and LCD on the newly announced NEX-EA50 vs the EX1R/PMW-200's for Weddings? Again, I need a good, solid, sharp, cinematic looking cam with great low light performance and a servo zoom. Thanks!