Still reckon it's really Abe Sapiens backstory as a prequel to Hell Boy.
Nobody noted the FFD of the new LPL mount?
Compared to PL, you'll be able to add Nikon, Pentax and Yashica full-frame lenses to the compatible list, but not EF, unless someone can engineer an adapter that sits recessed inside the LPL mount.
Finding it funny all the articles list the Cion,...
Atomos DO NOT support the Aja Cion Raw Output.
It might be worth an article on Raw Bit Depth from Canon, Panasonic, Sony, Arri, Aja and Kinefinity to understand why.
But, be ready, if you ask the PR People the right questions, you get blocked from Atomos's social media.
EF mounts pretty easy to M4/3, E-mount and X-mount, and there's a raft of both mechanical and optical equipped adapter to do that.
The Nikon mount, PK-mount, and EF mount, are all within bare millimeters of each other for FFD, so where ever you can mount and EF lens, you can mount anything longer - Pentax, Nikon, B4 and PL.
The article clearly states the MTF (also known as 'LensAdapter') are doing a M4/3 version.
Now, if you're talking about EF-mount equipped cameras, such as the Reds and BMD's and Cion with interchangeable mounts, it's up to the user base to demand an M4/3 mount for the S35 sensor models, from those manufacturers.
Though I'm pretty sure the FFD of the Red's is done to specifically stop users from mounting unusual lens options to them.
The E-mount and M4/3 mounts are the most flexible, allowing nearly any lens to be adapted, even those which don't cover the whole sensor.
v1.2 is indeed a much better firmware .
v1.3 is pretty much getting the camera to match the claimed specs IMHO
"If you know your way around color grading, buying a CION seems more or less meaningless."
Right up until you need to pan sideways quickly ;)
The FS7 and FS5 still suffer from Sony's crappy rolling shutter skew performance, unless you record at higher frame rates and throw away frames.