Started in 2003, Shoot and edit, graphics.
I totally am with you - I too am a corporate shooter (I have 2 x AF100s, a GH2 and c100 MK1). This is a great camera for people like us in many ways - one example - I think people have overlooked the feature of wifi on this camera - I tested this out at a demo at CVP in London a few weeks ago - log in via any browser and you can see the timecode and picture remotely...I am going to give my client an ipad whilst they are sitting at the back of the room in an interview and they can make notes on the interview with timecode (they tell me the takes they want on the day). This not only is something my clients will love (I think), but its about massively speeding up the workflow (i.e. making the edit faster and cheaper for client, which the client will definitely love).
Articulating LCD - I am on my own all the time, I want to check the framing (I usually shoot 2 camera interviews), an LCD I can see myself in is essential.
These cameras pack down nicely too... and seeing how I cary 4 lights, 2 cameras and 2 tripods plus laptop on a motorbike, is really important.
I am buying a MK2 (and selling both my AF100s) so I have a good 2 camera set up. I will probably be selling the C100 Mk1 and buying an FS7 once the bugs are sorted out too. I think a C100 MK2/ FS7 combination would have everything covered (I am also shooting docu this year as well as loads of corporate).
My calculation is buy the camera for £3500, upgrade in 2 years (sell for £1000), use it once a week roughly, therefore depreciation is £25 on each shoot. That is a bargain.