Aerial DoP, cam op, AC, gear nerd, RED owner but kit agnostic. London and NYC
This could actually be interesting for 'on the ground' applications as well. Name another camera that shoots 6k raw and 4k 60fps with a super 35 sensor, that comes with 4 prime lenses, for less than $4300. Oh, and also has a built in gimbal.
I found this article interesting to read, I think it's important to respect and learn veterans with decades of experience. However, I saw Carol a few day's ago in a 4k digital screening, which in theory should have been as close to an authentic experience as possible, outside of a 35mm projection. However I found the way the projector reproduced the 16mm grain extremely distracting - the end result appeared much more like strong digital noise. I think this would have been less so on a 2k projector, as the softening of the image would have reduced the effect.
Great answers. All I would add is that whilst the 'traditional' shutter angle terminology seems outdated when used to describe a modern digital camera, it's still preferred to by most DoP's as it's a 'relative' measurement, meaning that motion blur stays consistent even when changing frame rates, eg for overcrank (slow motion). So I can set 180 degree shutter angle on my camera, and not have to worry about changing it even when shooting a faster frame rate.