I felt there were a couple specific identifiable flaws in the effect. 1) The neck motion felt a bit off. 2) Not enough specularity on the skin shader, so it felt too velvet soft. 3) the CGI rendering did not appear to have been shot through the same lens as the rest of the film.
If they fixed these, I think it could be far more convincing. Same deal with young Carrie Fisher.
The question really is how large the cropped area is for 4K. Who really needs full frame for cinematography? The super shallow DOF is becoming the overrused hallmark of the amateur DSLR videographer. You can get shallow enough with Super35. So if the area is close to equivalent to that, I don't see the issue.
Also other factors like rolling shutter and so forth will determine whether this camera is good for cinematography. Personally, I don't have a dog in the race. I'm not a Canon shooter, and don't intend on switching.
I had FNP problems with the BMPC4K. It's gone now.
Looks interesting. But what's with all the Google Maps footage? Haha.
Is this going to be a free update for existing users again, like Resolve 11 was?
"Panasonic has revealed the 4K predecessor to their popular DVX100 camera"
Um . . . just a note, but "PREDECESSOR" is something that comes before. Essentially, this sentence states that this new 4K camera was released before the DVX100.