pfft, I'd take any of those cams any day! Remember, it's the photographer, NOT the camera!
I moved to the Pacific Northwest four years ago and found a local collective (Olympia Film Collective) in it's infancy and watched / helped it grow into something positive for the community as a whole. I'm moving back to Colorado ready to push harder on the local scene. Teamwork really does make the dream work! Education and active involvement of both kids and seniors can really set you up for a successful production environment. Collectives also allows the ability to cherry pick rock star teams when you need to scale up for paid work.
My Aputure 300D on batteries is a game changer!
All great advice!
Thanks for sharing!
I totally agree, you are getting old! (JJK, me too!) On the other end of the spectrum there are some true gems on YouTube like Simon Cade that seem to make up for the noise makers and click bait.
He is a little loose with his Kelvin numbers IMO. Also, a grip usually doesn't touch electrical over here in the US. They handle safety, the rigging, light shaping tools, and camera support. Electric is handled by the gaffer.