this is just the mark I with 60fps and auto focus update. no thanks canon. and as to why this has to do what 5d4, if canon is so conservative with its cinema line, the 5d4 has zero chance of getting 4k
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And if there were to be a new model, what are the chances that it will be < $10000?
I'd love to think that the hybrid viewfinder would help video, but I wonder if it would hurt more than it would help? Any filmmaker would want the camera to be far more mobile than having it perpetually affixed to one's eye, and imagine how hard it would be to keep the camera steady with the viewfinder up to one's face, and change settings at the same time! Granted, it would definitely help those of us who use our cameras as the functional equivalent of a camcorder (I know I do sometimes), but I don't think it'd be a draw for professional videographers, who use external monitors anyway. I still want to see what Canon would do with a hybrid viewfinder though, it sounds fascinating!
I'm making another 3 video editing, and at this exact moment I am doing the conversion of files to apple pro res, too bad it can not be edited directly, right?
you need to try ML RAW with your 5D3, that brings back tons of detail
Hi! Since most folks on the CR forum only seem to care about FF and such, I am afraid they will advice you to get a bigger, stronger improved wife that can lunge around at least two Eos 5D MarkIII's with a bunch of f/2,8L zooms...