Orlando guy here and I've emailed 'every' single Blackmagic dealer listed on the BM site within FL to inquire about purchase with not a single response. Business must be very good.
I have a bin for frequently used objects. These may be titles, rolls, bumpers, intros, outros, etc. Basically, anything I use for a program over and over again. And along a similar vein, for a program that is always formatted and rendered to the same specification, I have a generic of that program, which I launch for each iteration. This means the first thing I do is save it as episode #38, or whatever, it'll become. Nice thing is, program intros, credit roll, etc. are already there for me to work with so I save time hunting for and bringing them in, which means I add elements of the individual program, e.g. segment 1, 2, 3, wrap, then render with all the settings the program always calls for. Speeds things up immensely.
So the guy from Sony says "we're open to conversation about uses for the unit". In fact, he does it more than once - but we never learn his contact info - huh? No Jones-ing the contact info, guys! Anyway, just re-render the video with his information and upload it again, please.
Proof the camera is good enough for me, thanks. Unfortunately, and not your fault Terrell, I cannot stream Vimeo (U-verse 12Mbps) due to choppy audio, which distracts. Lastly, lens?
Watched the video . . . totally not what I thought it would be.
The problem? Needing to charge camera and light - LiPo batteries - in the field.
Our solution? We used a heavy duty model airplane field box - it's called a ProTote.
How? By installing an automobile battery inside to power 12V chargers.
Result? We're mobile and completely independent of AC current.
Moreover, the ProTote is sturdy and designed for heavy loads. It goes together with just a screwdriver. And it packs a fat handle making it easy on your hand. Anyway, here's a link: http://www.audacitymodels.com/Products/PDR0050/Default.aspx