I generally hate plot formulas because too often the film comes off as contrived, and you know where everything is going to start or finish.
The worst example is that crisis moment in a rom-com where the love interest suddenly has to board a bus, a train, a boat, a plane, and the main protagonist has to tell them how they feel. Virtually 100 percent of the time the crisis will always be resolved and the two will end up as a couple, and then the film has to end as fast as possible... blecchhh!!!
Right you are. Ok, world's first FF AF cine lenses...
World's first AF cine lenses...
I don't know if these are HDMI 2.0 ( no version info given )
Available from B&H Photo : Pearstone 1.5' Ultra-Thin, High-Speed HDMI Cable with Ethernet (Black)
Keep in mind that the S1H firmware is currently at 0.4B, so lots of things are still unfinished on the camera. I expect that the final image will be even better once the firmware hits 1.0 and the camera is ready to ship. ( the same thing happened with the GH5 camera, where there were small issues with the preproduction cameras because the firmware was only half done )
This looks like Sound Devices answer to the new Zoom F6 32-bit Float recorder. It means that audio clipping will be a thing of the past when you've got 1,528 dB of audio dynamic range : https://www.sounddevices.com/32-bit-float-files-explained/