This was my first thought. I don't think canon makes cameras with Vlogging in mind. I see this camera and I am kind of impressed, would be a nice upgrade from my 6D, giving me some video options I've been wanting, depends what low light looks like. I am just beyond the whole Vlogging world, there are so many people out there vlogging, it's just white noise at this point. Find a good Vlogging camera and stick with it, do you need to upgrade every-time a new camera comes out for your 10 youtube viewers? Before people say a 6d is not a serious camera, that's my personal one. I use a c300 mark 2, 1dx mark 2 and c100 mark 2 at work.
Honest question, what makes this a successful feature film? The reviews out there are limited and mixed. This movie had limited to no release in the US and didn't do amazingly at the foreign box office. I think Russia was it's biggest audience and income generator. I dare say Marvel has done a better job adapting comics to major feature films, whereas this one has a limited reach and audience. I am interested in seeing it when it comes to Blu-Ray this month.
In all reality, use what works best for you. I have a MacBook Pro at work and it does great for my day to day and editing needs. Color correction, editing, motion graphics, etc. I use a PC at home for freelance and motion graphics because I have a much heavier processor in it plus a graphics card that has way more power and I can upgrade it. But I rarely use the two of them together as transferring files and general communication is not as smooth. Hard drives won't work that are formatted for Mac on PC, etc. But I am just strategic about what I do on which machine and I don't have issues. If I need to render an AE project, put it on a shared drive, render, repeat.
All in all, PC works well, Mac works well. I personally lean on my Mac for 90% of my work and don't se myself switching for my primary work system. PC is great when I need it and I can play PC games as well. Use what works best for you and your workflow. Not everyone has to deliver assets to clients so maybe PC works best for them.
People just love a good argument I suppose.
I agree, some studios are knocking it out of the park with quality and content. If you haven't played Horizon Zero Dawn or the Witcher 3, I highly recommend it. Both are stellar games as far as story and visuals.
I don't think anyone is leaving them out, Naughty Dog is just the focus here, they have produced exceptional games in both story, gameplay and graphics. Each game they have released has also been a hit.
Like what the video says, Naughty Dog isn't the only studio doing this well, but they are at the pinnacle of the group. Consistently too, in my opinion.
We could extend the list of games that mirror movies to quite a few, but Uncharted and Last of us really do have a full cinematic feel. My wife loves to sit and watch me play these games because they play like a movie, they flow like a film and they are top tier with acting and writing.
Shameless self promotion: We did a podcast the other day discussing games that are just as fun to watch as they are to play. I think we will do a podcast on story and cinematic gaming.https://www.spreaker.com/user/8931313/checkpoints-and-autosaves-ep09
It seems legit, it has been all over reddit, it just appears that their servers are overloaded from the major influx of traffic they have received since the announcement.