Pretty sure they forgot to write "no" vignetting. Saw the interniew at newsshooter.com and the rep says no vignetting on fullframe sensor.
Can we all agree that panasonic photos promo for the EVA1 is a terrible? I mean, look at this fake background poor green screen and not smiling face. I know we don't reallt care but I can't see how this help them promote the camera.
And you think a Red Brain camera isn't a big black brick?
@Saied M. Yes of course! I think that even if the primary purpose that the 5D isn't video, it's a very capable video camera and you can surely shoot larger project with it. People have people doing amazing things with nothing, and I don't believe the 5D is nothing ;)
I'm not comparing a Red and a 5D, what I'm saying is, the 5D isn't intended for shooting large project video like a cinema camera would. But as a photographer carrying my still camera with my all the time, I like the fact that the 5D can shoot proper video.
Well, I'm staying with Canon. I used and I shot with many many cameras....
I purchased a Sony A6300 when it came out. I had a great time with it but I never took one single photo with it. I just can't stand looking at an electronic viewfinder for photography. I wanted a nice compact video capable camera but now that the 5DIV is out, I'll be selling the A6300. I also couldn't stand carrying 5 batteries with me all the time for a day video shoot. (also the stress of turning the camera off to preserve battery life)... and the need of carrying a cage and support in order to get no shakiness from using adapters.
I do primarily photography and sometimes, I like to film. BUT I primarily do photography. So with that in mind, I do believe the 5D4 is the perfect camera for me. Maybe I'll be missing the log profil from the A6300 but less time in grading and there's always picture profil to play with.
AND for larger, bigger, project, I'll be renting a FS7, a C300 MKII, a Red or an Alexa dependings on my production budget, needs, and desired look.
There's no perfect camera, there's just a good camera for your needs.
Were people really expecting a 5D to be thier camera for everything?