Do you actually know how to check prices in Japan? Price in Japanese is Kakaku, with that knowledge we can search...
And see that the cheapest offer is pretty much exactly HK$ 10,000 (correct me if wrong, I believe that price is without sales tax that as a tourist you may not have to pay). So finally, after years of moaning, we did find a thing that is cheaper in HK!
You do know the difference between the A7ii, A7Sii and A7Rii right?
I really need to get a hands-on feel of the new upcoming A7iii, as I want to know how much more the autofocus as improved in practice (both the number of focus points and speed), and how much the EVF has improved (even if it is 80% of the one on the A7Riii, that will still be brilliant).
I use my A7ii for exhibition work with native lenses, but 95% of the time I use it with vintage lenses, both manual focus and with a Techart Pro adapter which magically makes those same manual focus lenses into autofocus. My dehumidifier cabinet is now full of these lenses giving so much more character than modern lenses. There are rumours that the A7iii is able to achieve eye-focus with the Techart Pro, that would be a sure win for me!
For those that just want to use vintage lenses, the A7ii is really a perfect camera body; in-body stabilisation, full frame, and really short flange distance which means you can mount 99% of different lenses to it.
I am in similar boat but need Nikon 1 lenses; 18.5mm f/1.8 and 30-110mm f/3.8-5.6
Is Sim City in Mong Kok good place to visit for these lenses ?
Also what would be good price for used ones ? Fortress price is 1580 and 1880 respectively.