I was ready to buy a new MBP back in 2016, but I'm going to keep my 2014 that works just fine and has the ports I need. My friend has one of the new ones and they are a joke for pros. He has to carry a bunch of adapters in his backpack and it's tedious preocess trying to copy a file in to a usb memory stick. They totally suck.
Leica, Sigma & Panasonic... hahahaha.
They should hire Vincent Laforet, his 5Dmk II video was better than this.
Is this a joke? Really? I know this is no film school, but this is wrong... This is stupid!
I have seen people measuring light by looking at their palm, but in order to get there it will take you years and years of experience. What this guy is trying to say, in a very wrong way, is that you can use the palm of your hand as a middle or 18% gray card, but you still need a light meter. You can compare the palm of your hand to a gray card, measure it, remember what the difference is, keep it in mind, compensate for the difference and you don't need to carry a card all the time. You still need a light meter or a camera with a reflected light meter on it like 100% of DSLRs this days.
The other way of using your fist he erroneously describes as for measuring light works to see the quality of the light, ratios, direction of the light and to pre visualize how hard or soft the light or shadows are in the scene. It works with histograms and waveform scopes, since they are pretty much more complex light meters too, but the information this guy is trying to put out is wrong or incomplete.
I know, you can find beautiful Nikon lenses, most of them with manual aperture rings. I own a collection of Nikon lenses and manual aperture and compatibility is the reason for that.