Inferior color? This is disappointing about the new generation of filmmakers. You have a set of colors that match your aesthetic. But you don't want to study how to manipulate an image to get there and want to find a camera that just gives it to you. Theres not a single look out there that canon can produce that the sony can't. They both just capture data, and you can change the data to the set of colors that match your aesthetic. Its just a matter of whether you know how to get it there. Theres no such thing as inferior colors in this case, they capture the roughly the same amount of data. If you want the camera to do most of the work and you like the factory shipped canon looks thats fine and might be easier, but you can get the same exact look on sony if you knew what you were doing.
Valuing 8k is one thing, but not valuing the technical aspect of filmmaking is another. Yes there are stories that you could shoot with an iphone and they will still be good, but there tons and tons of stories that need technical proficiency to pull off.
At the end of the day, the differentiator of the medium is the camera. You can always do theater or write a novel story is the end all be all over the image.
Seems like I can trust this or the Yedlin Demo, I trust the Yedlin Demo.
Between the two cameras it won't really make that much of a difference, slow mo or no slow mo thats pretty much it.
NFS titles are getting more and more click baity, if the name of the article is "Why DP Rachel Morrison Deserves the Oscar for 'Mudbound," then maybe talk a little about why she deserves the Oscar!
This is more dependent on location and wardrobe and props than camera or grading. Keeping all those elements within the color scheme of desaturated blue to desaturated beige.