June 9, 2016 at 4:40PM, Edited June 9, 4:42PM
Canon C300 as A-Cam, a7sii as B-Cam: a7sii in HD APS-C or 4K Full Frame?
Thinking of a scenario in which I use c300 Mark I as an A-Cam and a7sii as a B-Cam for night scenes / midnight sun stuff where the added low light abilities will make a difference. New to having to think of full frame/aps-c/super 35 matters.
To match the c300, how would you shoot on the a7sii? In HD in APS-C crop mode. Or 4k fullframe and recompose/crop to match in post?
I haven't bought lenses yet. Guessing the answer is that I'll have to buy one APS-C and one full frame zoom. But, if shooting in APS-C is the recommendation for the a7sii, then that would mean buying one lens until I need 4k.
I've seen some color tests on matching the two which will be helpful, but if there are other things to think about in this scenario, any advice would be welcome.