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  1. It is the well known Canon politics of segmentation. 24p is for cinema so if we want 24p we must buy a C camera. Canon DSLRs, Mirrorless or XF/XA camcorders will never have it anymore. It is a pity but this is their marketing choice. The big advantage of Canon is that the color science is the same between a C300, a 6D and an XF400 (for exemple) so you can use all those different tools at the same time and you will not have any problem during editing/grading. This is not the case for other brands like Sony or Panasonic.
  2. MF is a very important artistic tool for sure but when you are on a gimbal trying to keep your subject in focus artistic considerations is not the priority. With good AF you have a camera set up smaller and lighter and this is also important for artistic creativity. I use the screen 90% of the time and EVF 10% of the time so I don't have any issues even in outdour shooting but it is true that it can be tricky in some situations in very bright light.
  3. Of course if we use AF we must use very good AF only. I would only use Canon DPAF and Sony PDAF for professional use. And the combo very good AF and touch screen is a must have. I will never use AF without a touch screen to control it.
  4. AF for gimbal and fast moving subjects is great! For other things manual focus is the best option mostly if you have a very good focus assist like the Canon one. It is one of the strengths of Canon: great AF and great manual focus assist. For me a descent AF is a must have even if I don't use it everytime. Poor AF is the only reason I'm not buying the Lumix S1 right now.
  5. WOW ... I don't care about 8K but this A7R IV is boring for video ... A few months ago I said A7R IV and A7 IV will be released before A7S III. Hey Sony! It was supposed to be joke!
  6. I have an old Dell U2410 and it is still very good even if it's not 4K. Dell offers high value for the money.
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    Music videos...

    A french one by a very popular singer in France. Her musical clips are known to be true short films which lasts sometimes more than 15 minutes.
  8. @PannySVHS C300 II codecs are very good for dynamic range. With C-LOG 2 you can easily recover an overexposure of 2 stops and maybe even more. The only case I feel the codecs are not robust enough is when you grade footages of C-LOG 2 in low light.
  9. I never had any problem of rolling shuter with the C300 II even handheld with quite fast movements. PS: I have never used C200 so I can't talk about this camera.
  10. I owned a C300 Mark 2 for one year and the image quality is great with 4K 10 bits 422. Now that you can have the touch screen of C200 it is even better. The big difference for me is that C200 have 4K 60p. If you need that option you should go for C200 but il you don't need it go for C300 II.
  11. SIGMA announces L-mount version of their prime lenses and an new EF to L-mount adapter. https://www.l-rumors.com/sigma-announces-the-release-of-12-new-l-mount-art-lenses/ https://www.l-rumors.com/sigma-announces-the-new-canon-ef-to-l-mount-mc-21-adapter/ Good news for S1/R!
  12. Rycote Super-Softie 3D-Tex are great. http://mymic.rycote.com/products/windshield-solutions/super-softie-windshield/
  13. I really hope A7SIII and maybe A7000 will have electronic variable ND. It should be a game changer to have this technology on such small cameras.
  14. I wish a small and lightweight cinema camera from Canon with S35 or FF sensor (maybe a XC with RF mount) and Sony A7S III 🤞
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