I own a sony alpha a6500 and was looking forward to buy an "A" cam for some time now, I was thinking well I did own canon and have a few glasses so maybe I'll buy a mc11 sigma to use with the sony and buy an A73 but then the p4k is cool and while I'll have to invest in mft lenses is a great option, and now this!!! Finally I found the right time to buy the right cam.
What is the difference to using an otg cable with the DSLR controller app? I've been using it for years now.
i think that it all depends on how much you want to blame the gear before you recognize how much you lack on skills, i own a canon 60d, a 40mm f2.8 pancake and a canon 70-200mm f4 and i do make corporate videos, documentaries, tv commercials, hell, even weddings, and i have to overcome the gear limitations but still deliver a good material, i was so hesitant to look over the gh4 since it require more investment on other glasses and everything, but then seeing the prices and f stops of the glasses for the nx1, is really a great option for what i specifically do and the market I'm in, also the amount of hdd required for 4k workflows is quite a lot, lets say for prores or raw, i do have a good machine and good space but, the h265 codecs take that need of heavy investment out of the way. i hope that everyone actually buy their gear, use it to the maximum of the operator capacity and not what others are saying and naying online, if Samsung is new so what others are also and we learn to use them and benefit form them, so please the camera was just announced not a single small indie or huge budget crew has shoot with it to say anything more that what the never real and yet pristine marketing videos show, lets just shoot and tell stories.