MPG has advised users, particularly profeessional users, not to upgrade to macOS High Sierra for at least 6 months.
Apple quality control has gone seriously downhill over the past 5 years. The most recent evidence for that is exposing cleartext passwords + a new zero day exploit and having to rush out a fix. It speaks volumes.
Below is a camera-related issue issue I received in email today: you might not be able to update firmware for Sony cameras when running macOS HighSierra. Sony ought to be more clear, is it it “may not” [sic] or “will not”.
- macOS HighSierra: APFS Conversion of Boot Drive SSD
- macOS High Sierra: Apple’s Technote on APFS is Both Confusing and Possibly Incorrect
- macOS HighSierra: Brief Use Brings Relief in a Way: Worth Ignoring for a While