I think their pricing is already helping the cinema community.
No camera is really what it's advertised to be.
These are amazing updates! I'm pumped to start using them. I've been wanting something as simple as the sliders in Adobe Lightroom and CameraRAW for years now. They are much more intuitive (and efficient) to me. I've always hated switching into Speedgrade for doing basic coloring fixes - this should help me avoid that. I think sharing .look files will start being a fun little activity for us.
Brace yourselves, "faded film" videos are coming.
This has the POTENTIAL be a great camera! I know it's being compared to the FS7 but I don't really believe that they are in the same class. The FS7, in my experience, is difficult to work with along with a very weird form factor. It's not a bad camera but it does compromise is many areas. Now of course the C300MII does not have 60fps 4K but really, how many people need that? Honestly.
One thing to note is that the C300MII can shoot 12-bit 4:4:4 files in 2K/Full HD at 15 stops of latitude. That's pretty awesome. The FS7 only shoots 10 Bit 4:2:2 Full HD internal with 14 stops. Not only is there more luminary latitude but there is more color latitude. I think that while 4K is something we all look for in a new camera the majority of us still work and finish at 1080P even in this price bracket (this will change in the next 2-4 years). In theory, this could compete with the Alexa. Forget the FS7 - the Alexa might be in trouble! Of course, we can only know that once we see the footage but I know that when it comes down to it we care more about the IMAGE of the camera than the specs. If this can produce something similar to an Alexa (color-wise) this will be an amazing camera at a great price.
Not in Japan.