invest your money in lenses, they hold their value better than cameras.. then you can use the camera that you probably already have in your pocket and rent a body for bigger projects :)
... or something like that.
that autofocus look good, will be interesting to see how it really performs..
the a6000 had a lot of issues with overheating, and had a 15 min record limit. Hope that is fixed up in the a6300
in any case, I prefer my GH4 because it's got more buttons where I need them! Navigating around the a6000 took forever!
That would be pretty sweet. I like a lot of things about this camera (obviously the price is not one of those things..) at the very least some of these ideas might appear in more reasonably priced competitor's gear. :)
great to see someone thinking outside the box a bit.
I would love to try this out and see how it feels. (and test sound quality).
I think version 2.0 will be the real winner, if this was a bit more modular.. the option of putting on a shoulder pad, rods, monitor e.c.t. would have really made this.
So "No film school's NAB coverage" was brought to us by Shutterstock and bigstock among others and suddenly there is an out of the blue increase in posts about stock footage.. I think it looks a bit classier if you at least put "sponsored" beside the post somewhere..
Ok, I hate it when people focus on the negative.. but you would think a NoFilmSchool interviewer would know to speak into the mic...