consider the samsung NX1. Almost no rolling shutter at 1080p, S35 sensor, great low light, h.265 manageable with premiere cc 2015 + gtx 960 like GPU.
Ooooh BlackMagic, just put that global shutter in those camera and let us decide if the loss in DR is so bad or not. All the moving/action scene that desperately need global shutter don't necessarily need a extra wide DR ! And even 12 or 11 stops of DR are really ok for a lot of scenes actually for a good DP ( Canon 50D magic lantern raw has 11.5 and it's fabulous, i have one and i love it, but i need more reliability and a Global Shutter, that's why i have a SB and a Sigma 18-35 and 995e under my bed since last summer waitin' for you ! ) So please put it in those cameras and let us decide when we need DR vs GS <3 (i really hope because right now i have a good deal on a GH4 .. ;))
Hey great article from 2014! I know it's 2016 now but can you share how you manage to deal with the big problem of aliasing and moire on the bmpcc, especially with the Sigma 18-35 + SpeedBooster killer combo? It's makes certain scenes completely unusable.. Thanks for sharing all the other good stuff :))