I really appreciate how old movies have so much character to them. I have been watching all of John Carpenter's films recently and his newer movies are just not the same without the old sound and film quality of the earlier ones. Excited to see what Fincher's attention to detail brings us with a movie like this.
The specs and body are everything I want and more. My only hang up on purchasing aside from the price is. I have yet to see an image that looks very film like out of it. It looks good but has a very video feel to it even with the great dynamic range.
With studios doing this with all their new movies, I feel there will be few theaters around by that time next year to show it. I understand they don't want to loose money, but the virus will still be here in 2021. Theaters won't. I suspect studios plan on that. It's impractical to think the industry would bounce back with Tenet and The New Mutants being the only two movies to come out since the reopening of theaters.
Theaters are going to have to up their game just like they did years ago to compete with television.
My main camera is from 2012 and is only HD 8 bit c300. It holds up fine even today.
Cube form factor, FF/S35, 4k, 422, 14+ stops DR, internal ND. I don't have the money to deal with the storage and other media for the 6k-8k-12k resolution that I'm sure this will have.