This version of the Wing can hold up to 3.3lbs. So the Canon C 300 at 3.2lbs might be pushing it when you add battery and lenses. Red Epic at 5.5lbs. Alexa Mini 5lbs.
It seems like it's built for smaller DSLRs and Blackmagic cameras, etc.
Hope that helps.
You could watch the 2014 NAB video -- it shows "someone using it." Cued for you: https://youtu.be/yNaYkqz24Rg?t=33s Keep in mind this was their prototype at the time. Not their shipping model. And if you're looking for a "remote gear system" you can look at redrockmicro's "One Man Crew Director." http://store.redrockmicro.com/OneManCrew.html Have others in mind depending on your budget.
Maybe this answers your question... It's not that they had two sets of fixtures - one for tungsten, one for daylight prepped simultaneously. The Kino Flo Celeb has a color temperature dial you can change from 2700-6500K. They used one group of fixtures and changed the color temperature accordingly.
If that's not what you're looking for let me know.
Joc"a"lyn is right SmallHD does not make monitors that record. Thanks for the catch. Good looking out.