Personally I would go with the C100. It's just so much easier to hold than the fs700.
Also I like that good ol canon color science.
Alsooooooooo the c100 has 2 card slots, sooo that's cool.
You could also consider the GH5. Get some 4k or HD 10 bit with good sensor stabilization. It's not as much fun to hold like a C100 though.
idk. Like Indie Guy said, there's not much of a difference.
We aren't talking about finishing outputs for a feature. We're specifically talking about DCPs. I wasn't saying that DR and color are related to resolution. They're only related through bitrate. If you have 250 Mbps going through a pipeline and you use more of that information for resolution, then DR and color are going to suffer because they're getting less information than the 2K encode. I don't know this world where you can have higher resolutions and the same amount of data being pushed through. That doesn't make sense.
You don't want that.
It doesn't matter if the DCP is 2k or 4k they still get encoded at a bitrate of 250Mbps. Why waste those Mb's on resolution when you can have better color and dynamic range.
Okay, I am not telling Paul to start disrespecting people. I am just saying to not be submissive and "suck it up". Do what you want when you want but do it respectfully. No one is going to get down on you for knowing what you want. I have done really well for myself picking and choosing who and what I work on/with. Now I work for an awesome film company surrounded by amazing people. All I was trying to say above is if you feel like people are toxic to yours goals, then cut them out. Always plenty more people out there.
I would say Stalker and Viy are two of my favorites.
Guy's suggestion is great though. I mean most Tarkovsky is amazing.
I know what you're talking about. I felt the same way in school.
I can say it doesn't get better when you start getting paid work for sets. I mean most of the people are pretty cool and chill but THOSE people still exist. These people pretty much just spit off their resume and gloat about who or what they've worked with.
The best advice I could give is just do what you love and let those people be distracted with their petty ego. Also you will get to a point where you find a few people you really like and work with them over and over again avoiding all these kinds of people.
I'm sure you're doing great work and you should just focus on yourself. There's probably other like minded people in your program. Try finding and reaching out to them.