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  1. I frequently use 70-200 and zoom in and out. It works perfectly fine and fast. For DPAF, it's about the cam that you use. I'm using c100 so its definitely better than 70D.
  2. sorry pal but I do not have those lenses. I am mainly using 17-55 f2.8 IS, 35 f2, 50 f1.2, 70-200 f2.8, 10-22, 100 f2.8L and 100-400. All doesn't make any audible sound during filming. Yes, for sure STM are designed to be silent focus. I suspect its the kind of cam that you use determine the noise. I'm using C100. Not sure about other DSLR such as 70D.
  3. Actually I do not have lens noise issue at all. At least it is not audible in the recording. You have problem with that? I have not tried stm lenses as I have none and mine are all EF.
  4. I am using c series and not all those who buy c series cam are into making film. Many are into events and documentary and having AF is a great deal for me. It makes my life so much easier.
  5. it depends on your body size and the kind of shoot. If you have to scale a hill or mountain and is only a 1-2 man operation, that few kg of weight saving is a big deal. Don't forget there are many other gears to bring along too.
  6. 2.3 kg compared to FS5 827.8 g......not including lens....no matter how good the image is, it is simply too heavy for events and run & gun documentary kinds of shoots....There are many critics when C100 first came out. Many people complain about the lousy specs but I see the potential of this cam for weddings, events and non high level commercial shoots, thus I bought it and simply love it. It simply works with excellent ergonomic and I've been using it for 3 years and never regret buying it. I've gotten myself a A7s and although the image is much much sharper and detailed compared to c100
  7. I will get FS5 over ursa simply over the ease of use and ability to run around easier without additional attachments. Not forgetting that FS5 is much lighter and smaller and has variable nd filter. Ultimately it depends on individual's job scope and whichever work best. It is not always about the image quality.
  8. Yes, Looking at the specs, it is a worthy upgrade of my c100 which I have been using for almost 3 years. I was expecting 4k for c100 mk2 but it is a huge disappointment when it doesn't. For the money I'm going to throw in, it has to be good enough to be my main workhorse for the next 3 years and FS5 seems to fit the bill currently.
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