Oh, come on... You too? What he says is simply wrong. Many of the technical stuff he posts are simply dead wrong. He is not a cinematographer, not even AC. He only guesses things based on his engineering background.
You should recommend the ASC Manual instead of this pool of misinformation.
Red Head is an open face reflectors, no fresnel lens.
Poly is different of a foam core. The Poly is a little more reflective and a little harder, and also a little translucent. So you can pass the light through it, not only bouncing.
I'd say this is very basic and I can't imagine someone forgetting to charge the batteries. Not if he or she wants to be a professional.
By the way, there are times when some batteries are bad and you can't count on them.
I think the most important advice is not there. When in trouble, don't try to fully charge the batteries, as they charge faster until more or less 75%, and slower til 100%.
This way you can keep the batteries working. You don't want the camera to run out of power because the batteries are not 100% charged.
Why so confuse? Worst infografic I've ever seen.
By the way, www.shotonwhat.com has a ton more info (and is way easier to use).
Oh, come on... Did you read the video description? It says that the footage wasn't graded in post-production, but is also clear that in-camera color correction was used.
You can't say the blacks are too crushed to be used as a starting point for grading, as this was obviously not intended for grading in post. The same for saturation. Its not possible to say what the raw/flat/log files will look like.
And if the camera have a large amount of settings for a good look straight out of the camera, plus log and raw options, this is going to be just great.
Too soon to judge, I think your are making a mistake. The camera is still promising for me.
Someone doesn't flip the calendar pages at Nikon's HQ since 2012.
Its kind of pathetic to hear about BMPCC 4K and Nikon's "cinema package" in the same event. Really pathetic.