I'm an award-winning writer/director. I also do a bit of producing, editing, and shooting - I believe in being as versatile as possible in our increasingly-digital world. I'm based in the Midwest, I love playing complicated board games, I drink a lot of chocolate stout, and I eat a lot of pizza.
Sebastian - solid suggestion, and worth a look: http://www.digitalrebellion.com/posthaste/ I like what I see so far perusing the manual/screen caps.
Hi Casey. So does Backblaze have any sort of a limit, then? If not, why wouldn't I just use it to back up a few terabytes of data?
I might be off here, but couldn't you get one with the MFT mount, and then use one of those electric MFT>Canon mount adapters so you could still have aperture control? Still no IS or AF, of course. I think Redrock makes one, right? And Birger was talking about it forever ago?
I can't wait to try this camera out. I've shot 7d/5d2/GH2 since they came out, and most recently shot some on 5d3, but I just can't get over the image out of this camera. Though a lot of us may differ on our favorite hammer in the toolshed, I think we can all agree on one thing - it's certainly a fun time to be a filmmaker.
David, good comment as this has lead me to Backblaze. I have to admit that it's looking pretty good compared to Glacier right now, though connection speed isn't mentioned in anything I'm reading on it. Check this article comparing Backblaze to Amazon S3, the more expensive/faster version of Glacier:
Additionally, Pro Versioner could come in handy, seems to be like an automator for project files or something: http://www.digitalrebellion.com/proversioner/