Hey John, I haven't said that you are wrong in your video. It's a very great video that only says the truth!
I only stated why it might be confusing at first the way you explain that an APS-C sensor give you a narrower dof.
And yes, given identical focus distance you are totally right.
What I'm saying is: 99% of user are often comparing field of view equivalent and not identical focal lengths on different sensor sizes. Therefor, they think that a fullframe sensor is shallower but in reality they are using a longer lens to get the same fov as with an aps-c.
It even dropped to 2000 CAD (1375USD ish) at one of my local shop here during the holidays.
I had high expectation in this product at first, I have no doubt it can produce nice images but it's surely a full auto kind of camera. I was turn off by the electronic focus ring...
"But the field of view will be different"
Of course, wider field of view always have a larger depth of field. Nothing new here.
The problem is that we often misuse the words "shallower Depth of field" in order to refer to the overall out of focus area blurriness difference between fullframe sensor and aps-c sensor.
The thing here is that here's comparing the same lens on both fullframe and aps-c sensor which is confusing. Since normally you would be comparing field of view equivalent instead. I'm sure that if you compare a 35mm on APS-C against a 50mm on a fullframe, you will get a narrow depth of field on the fullframe. But if you take that 35mm on the fullframe, the APS-C is narrower.
Hey there, I used the C300 MK1 a lot in the recent years. Always without a shoulder rig.
One hand on the right handle, the other hand under the lens. If you don't need a followfocus or mattebox, I'd say that the C300 is great just like that.
It's also nice since you can easily shoot from the hip using the factory monitor on top. and you can use the EVF under bright light.
It's very light, even with a small on-board mic.
My only downside is, without the monitor on, you can't record sound, there's no internal mic. So for a very discret set up, it works well with just the evf but you have to get sounds another way.
It has the same feeling as holding a DSLR except its much better (of course)
And, shooting at 4.6K RAW in 60fps records uses both Cfast cards at the same time. You have to merge the files together in Davinci.
Not so convenient in my opinion. A lot of ACs use a camera cart with brackets under it to be able to store a hihat and a lowhat. I rather have a flat board than a box, it's easy to strap on anything (dollys, truck tailgate, etc) Interesting concept but I can't see a real need for this other than being a nice looking design for bowl head.