Hmmm $20,000 USD for EF mount cinema camera in 2018 or more likely 2019 by the time its actually in your hands is crazy. For the amount of slow motion that you really need you are better off renting and if you really need something more than 120fps aren't you more than likely switching over to a phantom? I just don't understand the pricing. We all know Blackmagic will come out swinging once again at NAB and there will more than likely be an update to the Ursa Mini probably offering a 6K sensor similar to the MAVO LF. Sony will probably update to a 6K FS system as well. Red makes amazing cameras but they are far from
the most easy to use systems. Nothing beats the ergonomics of something like a C200 or the price of the BMPCC 4K. With all of Reds R&D and models
over the years why can't they give us what the general public wants?? A 4K camera for $4K. Even Apple was smart enough in the beginning to realize not everyone wants a top of the line computer. Content is being consumed at an alarming pace and essentially it would be nice if that content wasn't shot on a 5D mark III. What we need is a red camera with their color science in a small, compact, proper audio/video inputs, cheap media and weather sealed. Imagine a 1DX II with raw, it would tick so many boxes for this new generation of content creators.
$33,000 dollars and you still can't record internal RAW????? Is Canon smoking crack?? So their $7,000 c200 can record RAW but their $33,000 massive camera can't??? How does Canon justify this price? The Sony FS7 Mark II comes in at basically the same but with internal Raw for $20,000 less. Seriously Canon needs to remove their heads from their asses. A Flagship camera should have all the features of all the other cameras. I am done with Canon