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  1. I expressed my feelings about the C70 on the other post, BUT my main jobs in the industry are different (sound, assistant director), so I have 4 mirrorless and the P4K for the moment for my personal video company, I am not willing to spend too much on a better camera, so I will be waiting a little bit more for other (e.g cheaper!) options in the market. I am willing to go up to 3500euros, so no C70 for me. For my position, a videocentric m43 camera will be enough, maybe, and the R6 is too expensive for my hybrid needs (a couple of photography sessions, or 3, per year), and the R6 somehow
  2. Obviously was a joke! and a dissapointment
  3. They just released the BGH1, isn't that enough?!
  4. I am sure the next GH will be even better. Cold Cold!!
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    Fuji X-S10

    Yes, thank you, but where is it?! They have to act fast, most people in business I know will get a Canon from now, till Christmas. Canon will "dominate" the video market again. It has been at least 2 years since the XH1, it wasn't a huge success, I thought they learned by that release, "smaller" companies have to do a couple of right moves to put them ahead the curve, BM does alright, Fuji had a few nice releases lately, but they have to be pro active, and get ahead. Also, they need some better "video" lenses, less breathing, some kind of parfocalness, I.S on hybrid lenses (a be
  6. Kisaha

    Fuji X-S10

    They should have made it a video centric camera. The ergonomics are more appropriate for video than classic X-T style.. and we need a C70 killer for a thousand (or two!) less with new video orientated hybrid lenses.
  7. what about manual lenses then?! I hope it will be a great success. Well done.
  8. Amazing video and great script for a commercial. Is this yours?
  9. True, then you may find a good deal then. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anglo-Saxon_model
  10. Depending the country I guess, here BF is only for home appliances, TVs, phones and the occasional Playstation/Xbox. In the pro world maybe there is an SD card thrown here or there, but not much else. The camera hasn't released yet, so I am not expecting any sales, maybe after a year or so, when everyone has released their own "cheap" cine/video camera. In the AngloSaxonic world, I remember BF was a huge deal though. Where do you live?
  11. Noone knows of course, but all I hear around me (in our trade circles) is people talking about buying this camera. It is going to be a super huge success, whatever other manufacturers release from now until Christmas. What BlackFriday? This ain't a phone?!
  12. Everytime I read about the "full frame" look, I literally turn green! It is a blasthemy to just ignore that 99% of the total planet output, maybe more, was shot on a smaller format for so many decades, and noone ever complained. It is the new trend, I get it, but do not pretend it is a problem or there are not options/solutions. In run n gun/verite style we usually use Canon C and FS cameras, and I know shows using even smaller sensored cameras (even main news channels, DW, Reuters and the such, I have seen them using camcorder styled cameras). We get it, some are so young
  13. Unfortunately I do not know anything about the micro version! I guess if you can put it close to the subject it will work. The other version is boom-able, the characteristics must be pretty similar. There are straightforward solutions from Rycote and others to put on a boom the classic one, I am not sure what one can do with this. Maybe it is more appropriate as a hide-in microphone. The smaller the mic, the more difficult is to put it on a boom because then there are other issues (very small mass needs very delicate solutions), so maybe it will be more expensive to buy accessor
  14. 100%. If it is for "free", or everything else equal, I would like to have it, when we are talking about cine cameras that noone has it, then I do not care!
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