I make things
Everyone complaining about the way the promo Logan posted looks is entirely missing the point that Logan was trying to make. Yes, it is not that "impressive" in an artistic sense, nor is it good "camera porn", but his point was that it looks decidedly different from most samples you see on the Internet. And it does.
It's a promo for Hilton. Not meant to win an Oscar. I think it looks great because it is nothing more and nothing less than what it is supposed to be.
I personally prefer something like 28mm (on Super 35 - so about equal to 40mm FF). But, nifty fifties are typically much cheaper and still of high quality. Canon does make a 40mm pancake though. Most video I shoot is on Super35/APS-C or MFT.
"In Germany, only two films have been made from the point of view of the perpetrators [of the Third Reich]: one is from the late '70s, The Wannsee Conference, which is of course where the Final Solution was agreed upon. Then there is About a German Life"
What about DAS BOOT?
I shoot (now) on dedicated video cameras, but I have shot with numerous Sony cameras and the GH4/5. Since I am also a photographer, I would personally get the a7 III, but if video were my primary or only concern, it would definitely be the GH5 (or GH5s, more likely) with a speedbooster.
The only real advantages I see the Sony having are a 6K down-sample and of course the full frame. Neither of these things is really a big deal to me - chasing the extra sharpness that a 6K down sample gives you is silly to me, and I'm much more accustomed to Super 35 size sensors (which a GH5 + Speedbooster will pretty much accomplish).
The a7 III probably has an advantage in low-light, but keep in mind if you're using a speedbooster you do get a "boost" in that regard as well, and (though I don't know for sure) that probably closes the gap for the most part.
GH5 does, however, have these far more important qualities: 10 bit 4:2:2 internally, better color science (I am not a fan of Sony's CS in regards to video), better IBIS, and a better form factor for video. The a7 III probably has a *bit* of a DR advantage, but once again, I think the GH5 closes (or exceeds) that gap with its higher bit rate 4:2:2 and therefore extra post-processing latitude. The GH5s also has dual native ISO.
But, personally, if video were my only concern, I would skip both of those entirely and get the new Blackmagic 4K Pocket in a few months, with a speedbooster, and have a little money left over. Internal 12 bit RAW, 10 bit ProRes, excellent BlackMagic color science, dedicated video controls, dual native ISO, less money. Bonus: same mount as your GH4.
I think some of these designs are really cool, and I might even buy some of these. But I'd be even more inclined to buy some if they didn't literally look like a rectangular picture cut out stuck onto a shirt. I wish the designs blended more (or at all).
Stopped watching as soon as he kept referring to 16:9 as "full frame" and then something about imax that made no sense.