sam Posted April 25, 2018 Share Posted April 25, 2018 For a film project I used an a7sii out to an Atomos (owned and op'd by a guy who works in vfx on a well known u.s. show, so I believe he would know how to get the best out of the cam, but ?) to lend a more modern feel to certain scenes, and he operated the F35 for the remainder. I played around with the footage in resolve. ( very familiar with slog's sgamut's ,cinegammas etc...) not even remotely impressed with the footage compared to the F35 (which is just a newer panavision genesis, really, so based on 12 year old tech at the least) except by its high iso capabilities. It was awesome at that. I won't comment any more than that as I haven't put the required time in with the A series. But, I can say, on the Sonys that I have spent a couple years with now, the mixed lighting is where I feel they struggle most. I do have to give sony this: they offer a lot of nice specs to throw around forums. I notice the user name snowbro. If that's a reference to snow and the associated cold, are your gloved fingers going to operate one cam or the other better? Will the cams perform in sub zero temps day after day? What about heat? Which cam has the best chance of surviving if you slip and drop a cam in a remote location that cost you thousands to reach? Which leads me to ask: wouldn't you want a backup cam anyways? Or is this post more about price? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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