Torben, thank you captain obvious and not focusing on the question at hand. End of the day you still need some sort of camera with footage that will hold up to an extent.
Wow, typically the shoestring budget stuff I see comes off as over acted and too perfectly lit to the point where it looks cheesy/like a soap opera. However I must hand it to you, you did a fantastic job of working within your constraints and making the aesthetic of the film seem natural. Excellent work for what it is...and this is coming form an atheist.
I don't think the story is strong enough in your films. Your lighting/composition/sound/production value was okay, but those things on their own don't make a good film. In the future I would really focus on making sure you have a solid script. On a positive note your story was better in the second film in relation to the first. So keep at it and keep progressing.
So you're saying the 100+ mbps 422 image from atomos holds up to grading roughly the same as the 24mbps 420 internal codec?
Thanks for sharing your experience working with 8 bit footage
Thanks for sharing your experience. Has there been instance you've noticed banding with the image? Particularly when shooting in log? Is log the picture profile you mainly use?