This article is 100% ripped from IndieWire. Why not cover something else? SMH.
Pretty cool. I think $199 is too much. $99, maybe $139.
It's not Full Frame. Absolute incompetence. Complete ineptitude. This is just a filler, bullsh*t article. I'm disappointed in the people nofilmschool is choosing to bring on as contributors.. what's the vetting process?
No sample photos?!?!?! This really sucks. Why don't you just have the article titles so people can just go do their own research. You might as well just link to the Apurture product page. Terrible.
What's wrong with them is that nobody has them. Also, I forgot to mention Sony... Sony, GH(X) and Blackmagic.
"The Sixth Zed" looks like it was shot with an iPhone. Serious filmmakers aren't buying Nikon's. Serious filmmakers on a budget have iPhones. If a serious filmmaker on a budget splurges on an actual camera it will be Blackmagic. YouTubers may use this camera, but why make a short film to market to YouTubers? The natural light shots look bad. The semi-controlled shots in the warehouse look better, but any camera looks good in controlled light. Blackmagic has won this fight. Canon had the sure win, but failed to provide what people were looking for in fear of cannibalizing their higher end cameras. Canon 5D Mark II with Magic Lantern was their way in. The software was there, just needed to be refined. They sh*t the bed on that one. Nikon has zero chance in this space. Z-Mount lenses? LOLOL!!! They're crazy. GH(X) and Blackmagic rule now. There is no other competition in the eyes of the beginning filmmaker. You can have a high end look for low end prices. Less than this Nikon thing. Maybe it's for photographers who also shoot video, but why market it with a short film? Meh.. Whatever.