I'll be real interested to see the price here. Talk is that this will essentially merge the X-T and X-H line. the X-T3 launched at $1500 for the body, and the X-H1 launch at $1900. If the Xt-4 launches somewhere in the middle with these specs that would be pretty bonkers. 6K for ~$2K would be awesome, let alone 6K/60 fps.
Even renting these lenses would be a tall order for many of us. Renting a set of the Carl Zeiss CP.2 primes was pretty pricey for me haha
Maybe one day I'll shoot something on an Alexa.
Honestly surprised how small the RED percentage is.
Arri is still the king. Definitely interesting to see actual film camera's being pretty dominant here though.
the video features are glossed over real quick in this. Only like 8 seconds of this nearly 3 minute video.
Every movie is a gamble, and studios like to play it safe. From a business perspective it makes perfect sense that they would shell out 1000 superhero films because people actually show up to these movies in the theaters. It appeals to literally the widest audience.
That's not the only thing though. Going to the movies is expensive. People are less willing to spend movie on movies they aren't pretty sure they are going to enjoy and when it costs ~$30 for two tickets to the movies it's hard to blame anyone. Especially when cheap 60" 4k TV's are abundant now, which allows you to just rent the movie for a couple dollars and watch it from the comfort of your own home.