In all honesty, it was nice but I believe you guys are shooting yourselves in the foot by working with the BMPCC. Online, the quality output was equivalent to both Canon T2is and Panasonic GH3s which are more convenient it terms of battery life, portability (without your V Mount batteries), data rate, functionality, and file sizes, which play an enormous role during post production.
I'd leave the BMPCC for narrative work which requires more serious color correction and or dynamic range. Because if you're trying to run a business and make video production as effective and efficient as possible, then I'd opt for another camera. Brides and grooms won't know the difference. Just my two cents.
It was a great first wedding though! Seriously.
Canon T2i Weddinghttps://vimeo.com/84887044
My favorite cinematographer at this moment. Gotta love his perspective on the craft. "It's not a competition".
Boy, if only more people took that to heart.
Wong Kar Wai got so tired of editing Ashes of Time that he had to take a break. In that time he made a little movie called Chungking Express. He went on to finish his epic Ashes of Time.
Moral of the story: Don't worry if you get exhausted during production or post-production...if it's taking too damn long, you might be doing something wrong in the first place.
Does anyone know when these updates will be made available to the public?
I upgraded to the GH4 and was thinking of selling my GH2 as well. However, I decided to keep it as a B-Cam. This has been really helpful for event videography since it is always nice to have multiple angles.
So for my two cents, keep the GH2 and the two lenses for this reason unless you know for a fact that you will not need a B-Camera.