I've been a Canon user for over 2 decades. I have a pretty substative collection of Canon glass and SLR's. I bought the EOS R as my first venture into digital VF's. The programmability of the EOS R is astounding, but, I'm disappointed in the resolution. tests have shown all the other current set of DSLR's to be better. It would be a slap in the face, once more, using Canon customers as beta testers if Canon abandoned the first release of the EOS R.
Over the years, I've collected a huge inventory of SLR lenses. With the advent of a curved sensor plane, every single one of my lenses becomes obsolete. That's a frightening thought.
It's amazing what a good set of keyframes, in post, can do. Keyframing exposure during a pan is undetectable, if done carefully.
Is the flame incorporating a 10 bit panel? 10-Bit processing (FRC) out to an 8-bit panel, is it really HDR?