My new $2500 BMPCC 6K can do 120fps at 2.8K . . .
Ever play the Mass Effect trilogy or Bioshock Infinite? I regard those as the gold standard in cinematic gaming.
Yeah, I have pixel peeped at Nikon Z6 footage and have seen none of these aliasing issues in those videos. Is Z7 really worse? Somehow I doubt it. From what I understand, there is a sharpening post process on the Nikon by default that can be easily disabled. I'd be interested in a comparison once that has been turned off.
Looks like a sweet camera. Have had iffy results with new BM releases though, so may wait a year or so after release for them to iron the kinks out.
Also . . . why does this video look like it's in ungraded Log?
We'll see if this actually happens. Once upon a time, RED promised "3K for $3K," and we all know how that worked out. So I'll believe it when I see it.
Sounds to me like Canon is simply focusing (no pun intended) its markets. The D line is going to be targeted strictly toward still photographers, who perhaps do a bit of video from time to time. Very little R&D is going to go into the video end of things. Filmmakers should consider the C line instead, especially with the C200 hitting the market.
This is probably better than a half-assed 4K implementation (I'm looking at you, Sony alpha line).