One of the hardest things I had to learn about making a reel was; Patience. Wait to put one out there.
Hey man -
I've used an Ursa 4k a fair bit, which is owned by my friend;
We have had no issues in it's use, and every time we've contacted customer services for quieries about stuff, they've always got back to us fairly fast, however;
Like everyone has said there are both good and bad stories, as there are with everything, some people will swear by them and others against them.
I will say that the BM is not a low light camera and everything needs to be lit very well (as you do with ALL Cameras) but it doesn't cope hugely well with a lot of darkness, however that is the only negative I have to say, personally.
Mine has always fluctuated up and down, I think most peoples do -
it doesn't necessarily signify anything, don't worry about your points, just focus on interaction and learning.
Thanks for sharing this! Love the look! Can't wait to try this!
There is something wrong with you
*Rides in on his grey steed, 18 hands tall, clad in white and grey cloth, holding up what look like a mac book pro in one hand and a computer tower in the other, but you can't be sure*
He bellows 'Friends, Fellow Humans, Film-makers and creatives, do not argue about why it is good and both bad, my father once told me something wise beyond his years, and still beyond mine'
*Dismounts horse and shakes random hands whilst pointing and winking at other NFS users*
This quote was "Different strokes, for different folks" What his means is, each to their own!