Independent filmmaker and writer based in NYC.
I think the updates for the URSA are great and the camera has a lot of potential. The footage looks more cinematic than the Sony cameras and the post grading in Resolve and editing in PP CS6 is very easy to work with. 80 FPS is enough to get in some really cool cinematic shots especially if you're telling an intriguing story. I mean that's what it's all about anyway, if you can't tell a good story then it doesn't matter if you're getting 1M FPS, or how heavy the camera is. No one's going to watch it.
I used the Tascam 60D and It's a very versatile recorder that produces great audio even with a cheap shotgun mic like a Vidpro.