This was always going to be a tough film to make. The source material from the book is too dense and has multiple story lines. Each needs their time to shine.
They should have taken the same route as Devil in the White City (also DiCaprio and Scorsese). 6-8 episodes vs a standalone film. This would have made a lot more sense and done the story justice. But, go ahead and butcher it like James Gray did with Lost City of Z....coincidentally another book by David Grann. Poor guy is getting hosed by Hollywood, but also wealthy...so there's that.
I do a lot of shooting around NYC and pack everything on my bike. Needless to say, I travel light. I fell in love with the Sirui monopod for four reasons. (1) It breaks down into 2 pieces for easier packing. My old Manfrotto couldn't do that. (2) Feet were longer for better stability. (3) It has a turning lock mechanism so you can leave your camera steady like a tripod. Although, I'm still hesitant to just leave it locked without being attended. (4) Because you can break it into 2 pieces, you have a built in high hat.
This is the most expensive version, but I need the largest due to my height (6'4"): http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1024710-REG/sirui_bsrp424s_carbon_...
My big thing is that I am assuming this camera will retain the same minimum ISO in slog as what was introduced for the a7II...1600. 1600 is still tough, but nowhere close to the amount of ND needed for the a7s @ 3200. I'll stick with this camera and the specs listed here vs a new low light a7s II.