The Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 4K unboxed and first impressions - Best indie RAW camera yet? In: Cameras Posted November 5, 2018 33 minutes ago, currensheldon said: Honestly, that drop-in variable ND filter is the best thing the EOS R line has going for it right now. That is HUGE for someone like me who prefers smaller cameras (like Pocket 4K, GH5) but really like video camera features like NDs (and double XLR audio inputs). I could see the RF mount being something pretty special if Canon attack it hard. Throw a Super35mm sensor into an XC15-like body with an RF mount and I'd guess they'd sell a lot. Maybe even ditch the XLR adapter and do what Black Magic did and put a mini XLR + 3.5mm jack on the side. A true C100 III. Surprised that Black Magic are really the first manufacturer to make a truly video-centric camera with a decent sensor size in that small of a form factor. Next closest is the FS5, but still quite a bit bigger. Also - wonder who will put Black Magic Raw in a camera first. Hoping Fuji or Canon, but not holding my breath. Exactly. IF the drop-in variable ND is like the cine lines, that's something really amazing and that only canon have atm. Unless another brand release something like the Sony FS5 eletronic ND. I believe the RF mount will deliver the best lenses for all these new mounts out there. In the end Canon is a lens brand more than a video brand. I would not hold my breath even for a C100 III or a XC15, I believe they will first upgrade all their c200/c300 ultra-pro line, then release a update for the entry cine line. 13 minutes ago, Andrew Reid said: Wait for the copy-cat drop-in variable ND filters for all sorts of mirrorless cameras! Technically one is possible for Micro Four Thirds Mount / Pocket 4K as well. The only difference is: copy-cat adapters usually sucks. Even metabones make almost all the AF systems horrible. That fring one is something apart, although I want to see more tests, when things got more out of control and not in a shine sun day.