Wonder who was truly the first to develop the whip & zoom transitions in Premiere that EVERYONE has copied? There are so many that are just repackaging all the same exact transitions and selling them. At least Red Giant packaged theirs into a plug-in interface so its slick.
Quite horrid. How could anyone be influenced by this? And anytime her lips are moving makes it painfully obvious how bad this looks. Like Playing the FF7 remake right now. So cheesy.
8K?? Why not 12K or 16K? We need that=) These cameras don't need more Ks. They need better tools to help people properly shoot video. Good codecs with various options. Definitely IBIS. Focus tools. EXPOSURE tools. A fracking histogram is utterly useless for video for example. Integrated ND like Sony. Better audio tools. Better screens. Obviously, that's why you buy the more expensive cameras, so how much of it do they really want to add in=) But that's really how you make these better. More Ks isn't the answer. We're all still watching HD or only 720 if it's on a mobile device.
We use a few Sony UWP kits since they're so easily interchangeable on all our FS5s, FS7s or A7s. Just attach to the hotshoe and go. No muss. No fuss. Simple. Easy and great sound. Lav or handheld. Just turn them on. And on the FS7 at least, you get 4 tracks, since the hotshoe goes to 3&4, so space for multiple shotguns or a second lav. And frankly I can't recall the last time we had to mess with frequencies due to interference. On our 2 older XDcams, we have the integrated Lectronsonic kits and those have worked great for a decade now.
Adobe would be playing with fire if they introduced another pricing tier. They better start rewriting some code and get the guts straightened out before squeezing people if they expect a new generation of designers to keep using their software.
Our H6 has served us well. Won't need to replace it until it dies.