Beautiful. Absolutely beautiful. I love how the lens reduces the sharpness and the blacks are very nicely lifted. Not sure if that's the lens or post but either way it's gorgeous. It's particularly nice in black and white. Really, really good job my friend. Thanks. I look forward to seeing more.
Last year I saw an art student's final thesis project and he had decided to make a short film. He proudly told me it cost £5k to make and he'd shot it on a hired EPIC. It looked like a home video and had no story. It was terrible in every way. Then I look at Andre Brenni's stuff on Vimeo and I think two things: 1. Master the tools you have. Be the guy who tames the jungle with one machete, not the dork who has every tool in the catalogue and can't even make a birdhouse. 2. Invest in people, not stuff. Don't buy a recording module, befriend a Sound Recordist. Date a DP. Buy that Gaffer a drink. Call that writer and ask her how she's doing (it's a lonely profession).
In 2015, a machine that only outputs 1080p and requires an external recorder is not for storytelling, indie or not. DSLRs do better than that now. The EF lens mount is cool but again, that's DSLR territory. Us indie people train ourselves to fit the script to what we can achieve, so we'll just write a story that takes place in the day or at least near a darn light source, right? It's too expensive for surveillance, as has been said, so what's it for, Canon? It's a lovely sensor and I would personally want to use it with anamorphic lenses on a real cinema camera, but there's an Alexa for that already if we're hiring. You need to wake up, Canon, and look at what's already available. Sometimes, I swear their R&D people don't even go to NAB.
London, please! I was lucky enough to see 'The Master' in it's large format print and it was wonderful, so this is a must-see for me.