While content is appreciated, a podcast seems like a step backward to me. Either give me text that I can scan quickly to get content, or show me whats new in a short video. Podcasts are neither this nor that. Cheap and quick to produce, sure. Useful? Not so much.
You can get a like new, refurbished 70D from Canon for $700. I bought mine from them.
The a6000 overheats and shuts down when shooting video. Sony doesn't seem interested in solving that problem.
The problem with the Sony cameras is that they overheat and have limited continuous shooting time. I think the Sony cameras are great. Just don't work for the stuff I shoot.
I'm looking for better low light performance in my next camera, and I'm afraid that means abandoning Panasonic and m4/3. I'm not sure how they can overcome the ISO limitations of that small sensor. I would love a GH5 to be a full-frame sensor camera. But, I don't see Panasonic going that route.
I have to agree. Cade is interesting, and amazing for his age and lack of real experience. I follow his blog mainly to watch a very young film maker grow. I'm far more interested in (and take much more seriously) advice and opinion from actual experience, though. It's easy to regurgitate advice and platitudes learned from a million other blogs. Another to live it.
I am infinitely glad that I'm old enough that episodes of my youthful exuberance and advice was not preserved in video on the Internet for the present me to have to confront.