ARRI ALEXA is the best IF you have a good budget. CANON for shoestring budget and starters. Do not start with an ALEXA.
Great comment! Totally agree that a larger sensor, if possible, orwhatever new tech that can get RAW pics like 22 megapixels in a phone will be a best seller! 4D, 3D, etc...not so practical at all. Photographers will love to use a phone for part of their work if you get enough RAW pixels!
Very good! A whish for GoPro: A model Pro with 35mm sensor and 2 modes; wide angle & 50mm (optical). That will be a killer
May be the problem is not the Director but to extend to infinity a story that has been told already. The script was boring and repetitive villain vs heroes reborn. Rogue One had an interesting take into expanding secondary characters. It looked like a classic western with loosers. Less divine and more common people. It worked much better!
Thanks! I use a 360 Garmin for water sports and there is no way to hide anything! Even the tripod must be very thin. Now I may get into a serious production doc, not drama, and seems the crew and lighting fixtures are a headache!
I have a question; I guess the crew and Director that are seen in the shooting are during rehearsals? And in the real shooting they just hide? Otherwise they have to use a lot of compositing¿?