Really? The only problem anyone has with this Red ripoff is the EF mount? 6k starting price $10k functional price, $13k kitted price, and you have to deal with Red's proprietary-ness. And EF mount = no decent glass?! Come on, when someone says this kind of sweeping generalizations, it sounds like misinformed gear snobbery. There are PL to EF adapters ya know for all you undiscovered Conrad Halls out there. But to imply a GH4 and a Sigma 18-35 couldn't produce professional results? Is a Red Weapon or Alexa some how the only gear that produces cinematic greatness? Have you seen what people can do with a BMPCC? Most still lenses are made for much higher resolution that 4k video. Geoff Murphy's videos comparing super expensive cinema lenses with cheap lenses is a great example. It use to be about the glass when it was film and everyone was using the same bodies and more importantly the same 2 stocks. Now it's about the sensor and color science and personally I don't like Red's sensor and color science. Red One was a great start and had a good image, since then it's been higher rez, smaller body at the cost of image depth. That's the problem I have with this camera is the test footage looks the same if not worse, regardless of the glass on it.