They only released it to Lens and accessories manufacturers in 2011. As far as I know there are no none Sony E-mount cameras being manufactured.
Surely there's another solution besides changing the sensor with the lens. What makes the difference? Intuitively you might think that if only the focal length is different but the diameter of the barrel and lens are the same you wouldn't have to change sensors. Can you explain what's going on?
It's complete bu;; hockey. I did some research and the GoPro answered this to a fire fighter that asked about their heat resistance. The GoPro cameras max out at 125F, so it should handle the normal outdoor temperatures, but would likely not be able to handle the temperatures while fighting the fires. There are some cases available that can shield cameras from the direct heat, but there would likely need to be some type of cooling inside the case to keep the ambient temperature down too. It's something we can keep in mind for the future. I would like to see the cameras condition. You notice even though they had other cameras taking pictures you never get to see the camera that was supposed to have been in the lava.
WTH does your site have to do with film making? This is bullshit. Go do your advertising some where else.
Your Opinion. Everyone has one. I'm 52 now and I like the look of digital if shot and graded properly. But the tools mean nothing it's what you do with them that counts. They will get digital to look like film one day. They get closer everyday.
Why shill so much for iphone. With Filmic Pro My samsung makes beautiful video as well. When I put it in Resolve it barely needs any grading for most video shot in decent light. Not counting for film use but for docs or my you tube stuff it's awesome. I know I'm not the only one using other phones than apple.