The best thing I ever did was move from a Canon to an A7s.
The codec on the A7 is far more malleable. The h264 codec isn't great, its a good start. The XAVCS codec on the a7 is so much better and you can take it a lot further.
It's still a mirrorless camera but it's a leap away from the Canon and can offer the next stage of learning.
Some Ok points.
Too much talking about subjective choices objectively.
All cameras are cinematic.
One of the hardest things I had to learn about making a reel was; Patience. Wait to put one out there.
Hey man -
I've used an Ursa 4k a fair bit, which is owned by my friend;
We have had no issues in it's use, and every time we've contacted customer services for quieries about stuff, they've always got back to us fairly fast, however;
Like everyone has said there are both good and bad stories, as there are with everything, some people will swear by them and others against them.
I will say that the BM is not a low light camera and everything needs to be lit very well (as you do with ALL Cameras) but it doesn't cope hugely well with a lot of darkness, however that is the only negative I have to say, personally.
Mine has always fluctuated up and down, I think most peoples do -
it doesn't necessarily signify anything, don't worry about your points, just focus on interaction and learning.
Thanks for sharing this! Love the look! Can't wait to try this!