Thank you so much guys. I think I'm going to experiment with the Aputure Amaran AL-H160 LED before moving onto anything more major. These productions are a ways off so I have a bit of time. I'll also definitely look into renting an A7 for the nights scenes. I have a Nikon D5100, a Bolex 16mm and Panasonic DV 3CCD all of which perform decently in low light indoors with standard Tungstens and LEDS, but outside is quite a different story, hence this post.
Brendan Grant has a good point too. With digital it's easy to not be as careful in setting up your shot/getting your shot since you can reshoot so easily.
JH Sprenkle. What you just said is a wonderful observation. Good cinematography isn't just pretty images-it's continuous visual storytelling as opposed to photography which is still visual story telling. Your post comes at a good time since I'm really gaining an understanding of visual consistency for my work. Thanks!