Honestly, I don't see the large benefits of going 4K. It 'could be' the future, okay. But right now, it doesn't seem the right gear for as well broadcasting as for indie-filmmakers, seen by the obsceen workflow is has (HUGE amounts of data, but whyyyyy?). Sorry for being sceptic.
Purely based on the image-quality; The short has something in common with blockbuster films, seems to be graded with some Magic Bullet-kinda software (graded too epic perhaps). Indeed the sharpness looks off, but could be the lens chose. I think the details in low-light environment look good, especially in the "boss's office", the tiles look pretty good. But after all, seems overpriced though. Seen better quality for less money.
Say Goodbye to all Social Media platforms. Hello Frame.io
Ok, this is the first time in a while (actually after pluraleyes came out) that i had my mouth wide open while watching a "coming-to-adobe" video pure for editing. Amazing! This makes things a LOT easier.
Confession of an editor:
I silently love Premiere Pro... okay, not only silently.