I’m really happy about this article and about this movie. I worked in FCP 7 for many years, tried FCPX when it came out but found enoug problems with it that I switched to Premiere instead, which I really enjoyed, but I kept FCPX around with the hopes that it would improve, and wow it really did. I didn’t intentionally abandon Premiere, but as I advanced my career and the pressures of speed became higher and higher, I began to cut more and more in FCPX just to save myself time (fewer clicks and keystrokes to do things, skimming filmstrips, key wording and lightning-fast exports really decided it for me). I am also a whiz at Apple Motion (again, not as full featured as AfterEffects but 100x faster to use once you are familiar with it). When Adobe switched to the subscription model I lingered on CS6 for a while until it wasn’t compatible with the latest MacOS on my new machine, and now I don’t even bother to install my Adobe apps anymore. Long live FCPX. ITS FAST!
Was my Sony A7s not full-frame enough or not 4k enough in 2014? Who is writing these articles? Not anyone who is either a journalist or a filmmaker.
This is a fantastically good camera, I can't wait to try it. The only question is, what will the A7sIII have that this one doesn't already?
I think the best way for me to save time in AE was simply not to use AE.
I guess it's a slow news day? Why would anyone post this?