I don't think Canon cares much about the 4K hack, or even ML for that matter. ML can only get, what, 15fps at 4k? What percentage of their market is this going to affect?
Canon's firmware update, I'm sure, will be in response to the Mark IV's lack of use in the video world. Having it fit within the Cinema EOS line will be a big advantage as they try make up ground in the DSLR space that they once exclusively owned. Having C-Log in the Mark IV will make it easier for us to use in our workflow as a B-Cam alongside the rest of the Cinema EOS cameras.
I believe that even as an external GPU it won't be possible to use a 1000 series GPU on a mac until they provide drivers.
The lack of support for 1000 GPUs is a bit telling of Apples product strategy. It doesn't sound promising either. PC here I come.
*insert mad men "I don't even think of you"*
I think the point is to merge their customer base so that they can more easily expand into other markets and gain more of a market share. You likely won't lose support in your state.
All those are pretty bad. Here's another terrible one that I've done:
Turn on your cell phone light and put your finger in front of it to make it glow orange. Put your glowing finger in front of the lens at the edge of frame and it will give a nice warm glow as long as it's blown out of focus. A nice little sun-hitting-the-lens look - or even a burnt film look.
Great article NFS. It's always hard to call out a peer on bad work but his video was a mess of misinformation.
I would love to see him repost the video with corrections and put some more research/time into it. I think his opinions were valid but he treats his opinions like fact. OF COURSE, a flat image can look better with color correction - but they made a choice to have an "ugly" image and he treats it as if they had a creative oversight.