Good tips generally but I'm tired of people saying that a "film look" equals muted colors and lifted blacks. It's an interesting style in and of itself but it's been WAY overdone in the last 5 years or so by every hipster with a camera. Watch a real film and you'll almost NEVER see this look (the Marvel movies get close at times). I'm always struck by how rich and deep the blacks are in celluloid cinematography and it looks incredibly cinematic.
Cameron didn't direct T3...
The Last of Us is more well-written and directed than most movies I've seen.
Wow, you must be one of those "serious" film fans who likes Citizen Kane and stuff... -_________-
Marvel movies are inconsequential fluff, yes, but they have their place. That doesn't mean they're all good films (I'd say only half of them are really worth watching), but cinema without big budget blockbusters is an incomplete form. There's always someone lamenting the death of "art" in cinema and yet here we still are, with tons of incredible, truly worthwhile films being made every year.
No one said 4K delivery is standard - it's 4K shooting that's standard. I deliver in 1080p but shooting in 4K still affords me quite a lot in editing.
And Canon continues to just give their business to Panasonic and Sony. Seriously, why would anyone ever buy a Canon for video at this point? Just buy a GH5 for the same price and get 4K at 60fps, 10-bit recording, sensor stabilization, the works. If you NEED the full-frame sensor, get an A7sII.
4K is standard for any prosumer camera. Period. Heck, it's standard for PHONES at this point.