The c100 mark ii realeased at like 3 times the price and still didn't have the features this camera has. Only advantage is the built in nd filter. And about the lens problem, if you already have cannon lenses, you can adapt them using a speed booster. An extra expense of course but then again it's a 1300 camera and it shoots prores 4k.
You don't have to shoot 4K. There's 1080p,2k, 3k anamorphic and so on. It's good to have choices depending on your needs
No it doesn't. The a6300 is a crop of the sensor (which takes 6k stills) but the a6500 is using the full 6k sensor to capture the image and the downsamples to 4K. It's not The same.
So you prefer a camera that's not even out and no one's even seen any footage of, compared to one of the industry standards?
For 28k I could have a fully rigged and operational Red Scarlet-W and probably like 5k left over for a decent zoom. And I don't understand why is it that people always complain about the lack of built in ND filter slots. It's called a matte box people.
Why can't all of Red's cameras be designed like this? This would be much more convenient!