I'd say a good number of best picture nominees have fairly small budgets, like around or less than 50 million. Here's 2008:
Juno: 6.5 million
No Country for Old Men: 25M
Michael Clayton: 25M
There Will be Blood: 25M
Though, there were fewer nominees that year. I would say that most of the 2015 movies had fairly small budgets as well.
I think it's important to define what sort of filmmaker you would like to be. Director, DP, editor, writer, etc. That decision generally will change the best route for you to take.
The "between the legs" is practically what happens in every jiu jitsu takedown in real life.
I think it depends more on the sensor than anything else. I have an A7s and T3i, both are 1080p. Using the same lenses on both cameras, it is very clear that the A7s image is better than the T3i. I also haven't seen that much difference in image quality when using a good lens and bad lens on the T3i.
So in other words, I think an A7s with an okay lens will have more detail (and to my eyes) look better than a T3i with a great lens.
This is somewhat of a particular thing to say, but I am really liking the recent headlines! The "watch:" was really bugging me for whatever reason. Almost like having "Read:" when the article is about another article. But now that you've stopped, everyone else is doing it, oh well
I think you forgot the "watch:" in the article headline