Thanks for the reply and I can't wait, it is a nightmare to not be able to use Kyno with latest BRAW upgrade and ProRes Raw...
Thanks and yep could be useful, but honestly, for me, the lack of 4K DCI, the 23.97p only (no 24p), no S35 in 4K and the FF look, are a bit too much for that price tag. I know it is not fair to compare this with a BMPPC4K (not the same sensor, price, no IBIS, no AF...) but honestly, I would prefer that to this new FX3 or, an A7SIII (500 USD cheaper).
Well thank you for this little test, everything is just great, the only thing that I am not too fond of is the DOF of the FF, especially with the chainsaw, I would have preferred the S35 look, but it seems that I am the only one :( (and why I keep on using my BMPCC6K).
RF mounts is a waste today, maybe in 2/3 years for sure. But the cost the license, the cost the the RF lenses and the lack of Cine RF lenses alone make it easy to understand why EF mount was the choice.
Add to the fact that all BM camera can support EF mount (4K with adaptor) also make sense.
I would have preferred a 8K sensor in this pro body. While all the upgrade are nice, they are not enough for me to make me want to sell my 6K today.
Bring it on!!! I want this on my GH5 and 5s!
As someone that does not leave in the US and not from the US, you can really feel that Yellowstones is over romanticize and it is only when you start seeing that some of the actors really know how to ride a horse that help save the authenticity of the show. The plot is what it is and again, a bit too over the top for me (This is Hollywood for you). However, once I watch the show once, I watch it again and this time with the audio turn off and just enjoy the MIND BLOWINGLY AMAZING cinematography and colors of the many landscape scenes.
Note: I am rooting for the Indians, time for them to get ride of all these illegal aliens from their land ;-)