So we have Sony putting awesome video specs into crappy camera designs and Canon putting crappy video specs into great camera designs. Can we get them together already?
I was just trying to see if I could get the actual video to play in the post, now there's no way to delete this post. lol
So it's $50 dollars for every 2.5 minutes of film you need processed?
I didn't like the highlight rendition. I don't like such a high native ISO. The price was a little higher than I was expecting. I was hoping they were gonna force the price down on the C100 mk2, but now I don't see that happening. I'm more excited about the A7sII, as its video looks more pleasing to me, but I don't want a camera like that. I wish they would house an a7s sensor in a camera like this and price it for around $4500-$5000.
I do like the 10bit internal HD, however. I also like the NDs. The overall design of this camera is nice, but the footage was underwhelming (video-ish)
Yet they still put that awesome video sensor into a camera designed for still photography.
Another reason it would have been cool if the Panasonic DVX-200 had interchangeable lenses. I like what the Gh4 does, but I refuse to buy a stills camera for video work, I simply refuse. I would like a proper video camera for shooting proper video. Still waiting on af-102