Former print media geek turned video geek.
Good glass is rarely cheap, but if this lens performs really well, think of it as a substitute for multiple prime lenses. In that sense, it could cost potentially less and provide a level of convenience and flexibility. I'm guessing this will come in at more than $1600, but could still be a great value. Bring it on Panasonic!
If it performs as described, this could be a great lens for film makers. I love my primes, but I'm not above using zooms if the quality is there.
The BMVA is an obvious omission.
BTW, Atomos' $700 Ninja V is coming, but Caleb likely didn't have a pre-production unit for testing or maybe he wanted to keep the comparison to monitors under $500.
The DIY in me wonders how hard it would be to mimic this product with the frosted mirror spray-on product.
Go for it, Aputure!
I hope Tilta sorts out the issues with the Nucleus M and that the N products arrive without issues. The prices are tempting, but pointless if the products aren't reliable. I'm in the market for a GH5 gimbal and follow focus, and look forward to reviews on this system in the future.