This reminds me of many, but many years ago, when I bought my first true and serious stereo system. The turn table at the time, for serious stereo aficionados, was the Thorens with the Shure SME arm. It was ~ $1,000 in the early 70’s and the “Pros” choice. The main advantage for the turntable it was that it started at 33 1/3 RPMs almost instantaneously and stopped on a dime. For a DJ, who had the master records with all the hit songs on the table, that feature was a must. For me, it was a waste of money.
For a “Pro” time is money. He might have a shoot in morning, a wedding in the afternoon, and a studio shoot in the evening. In addition, he might be paying an assistant or two and a model by the hour. He does not have the time to many-cuddle his cameras and lenses, like I do. Therefore, a camera that is built like a tank is a must. For me…?