Was hoping this was real
I bought my Aaton super 16 camera last year and have been loving it. Like you, all of my background was shooting with digital cameras so I've had to kind of forget the habits I've grown accustomed to like fussing over ISO levels, doing 10+ takes for no reason, redundant coverage, relying too much on shooting flat and fixing in post, etc. Film is a totally different discipline and it brings a level of seriousness to the work. There's a lot less fucking around on set when you bring a film camera lol.
Also digital cameras, like all electronics, have a planned obsolescence when being developed and sold. Get that RED Weapon upgrade? Get your wallet ready for another major "necessary" upgrade next year. Today you will be laughed off the set if you walk in with a RED One, but you can pick up a 30-year-old film camera and get the same great footage today.
Looks really ugly. Thanks for the experiment but the final composite is really hard to watch. Focus issues and noise reduction is too distracting
8K full-frame... can't wait for all those unfocused shots lol.