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  1. Oh come on Canon seriously? Why not just put this thing in the trash and forget about it forever?
  2. You will miss the C100, trust me. The BMPCC4K/6K are goods cameras on paper but they are a totally different story in real life situations. First, to have a "usable" system you need: Cage + extra grip: Mandatory. Add a handle at least. External monitor: Mandatory. Add batteries for that. Cast or external drives: If you're going serious and also you're planning to use a gimbal, you should go for at least a couple of Cfast. Battery/Power solution: Of your choice between at least 8 to 10 batteries or 2 to 3 VMount for a full day. If you use a VMount you need extra r
  3. R300 looks great! The C300III sensor is really amazing. RF mount also opens the possibility to use a speedbooster to get full frame on a ~$6000 small body with internal ND, pro codecs and probably external RAW, way better than the C300III for some people who doesn't needs all the features from the C line.
  4. I'm on the same boat. I was waiting months for the R5 and Canon fucked up. Then the A7SIII happened and the ONLY thing I was expecting didn't happened (cinetone). I'm done and tired of this game. I just sold my BMPCC4K kit a few days ago and thinking to do the same with my Sony A7III kit and stuff. Just keeping my Canon L glass and save a little more for the Komodo.
  5. 2K is mostly for high speed recording. Also, why would you use this camera to shoot 24p HD? This is a 6K Raw cinema camera...
  6. I don't know if it's better, haven't tested myself, but to be completely honest, I will never understand the appealing of the "low light monster" or "see in the dark". I mean, it's ok, you have a high sensitive ISO camera that can see in the dark, but images still looks like trash with funny colors. But they are what they are. Cheaper alternatives with high quality output for the price, good enough for small commercials and low budget narrative and music videos.
  7. I think that Gerald Undone has made a great work with his review, far away from click baits and over dramatic headlines trying to hate Canon. After the review is clear that the R5 and R6 are not good cameras if you shoot video thanks to overheating, heavy codecs, not so good dynamic range and some other little problems. That's it. If you want a video camera in a small body, go for the A7SIII or whatever brand you prefer.
  8. Nevermind, just noticed that the new 35mm will be m43 with adapter for Sony E and Canon EOS OMG!! 35mm sounds way better than the 50mm! Also, just noticed that we can't edit post here?
  9. The 50mm will not work with the A7SIII since it doesn't have a crop mode? I was waiting for the 35mm but it will be m43 only haha
  10. No one has released some high quality 10 bit slog 3 footage?
  11. Updating with lower bitrates should make the overheating less dramatic right? Maybe that's a good way to make better recording times and bring more manageable footage?
  12. No S-Cinetone mentioned on the leaked press updates. Well... It's a no for me. IT WAS SOOO CLOOOOSE!!
  13. Definitely not happening. Sony will wait for the A7IV for that.
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