All the big names involved in the creating of Kojo, it must be a unique product! Nice is the try out of your own examples on their website, so you can see for your self.
The case of Venice with Koji 2393 was not very well chosen though. The colors in Venice are very subtle and anything but blueish.
This looks like a serious attempt to hold on to film. Can anyone tell where Film Convert stands in relation to Koji?
The C100 AF upgrade works very nice for me. It's accurate and swift. Not too quick, it is almost like a hand pull. It produces some light noise as well, that is the lens of course. It is a great help in focus pulling!
The above mentioned Philip Bloom review is a good example of what you can expect.
No solution is perfect. You can benefit a lot from this update.
"Richard, how do you work the AF without a touchscreen?"
A touchscreen would be of interest under certain conditions, I can see that. I constructed a rig for handheld run and gun. The C100 rig touches my head, my eye is on the Zacuto Z-finder. This construction gives me with 2 hand grips a stable 3-point contact.
The magnification button on the grip is set to AF on/off.
Choose the field of focus (centre) push AF on and off or leave it on if your subject is moving out of the field of focus. If it is the only subject, than you have to make sure to keep the subject in the centre to maintain correct focus.
Focus pulling is one of the more difficult operations to perform on any camera. I find the C100 AF not the perfect solution, but a very workable one, in many situations.
All the camera announcements over the last year (since I own the thing) have contributed to my feeling of having done the right investment with this camera. It is build with the "cine" in mind. Any operator of this camera will be pleasantly surprised of the way things are organized and working.
Concentrate on your projects, not on your gear ; )
The C100 with AF is an incredible camera, that is unbeatable in ergonomics. Combined with a Ninja 2 recorder it delivers high quality Pro Res 220 mb/s video, which makes a perfect color correction and grading possible.
On a cellphone, the comments are not easely readable, horizontally. There is also a lpt of space 'wasted' between comments, which makes it more difficult vertically.
There is a lot of potential in the new concept!