I ordered mine from B&H at 9:03a Eastern time on September 15th. I got a shipping notification from them today.
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I get a feeling our money will be going to Sony this time around!I think the A7s was made for wedding videography. In addition to being a low-light monster, it's very small and light. If you can pair it with a light lens, it will be very easy to move around with.
Hold off on the A7S just a bit more.I gave up and bought an A7s ($2,500) and a GH4 ($1,700). They are both ridiculously fantastic.
It's no problem leaving HSS as default.Your flash works much harder during HSS, and produces less light while doing so.
and cheap 4k ability available next month.What do you mean by this? When you say "cheap 4k ability", I think "recording 4K to flash cards", like the Panasonic GH4.
I think putting 4k in a sub 4,000 camera would cause canon to become its own competition with their cinema line of cameras.They don't want to cannibalize the sales of their expensive cinema cameras.
I now have to take it off camera to make any adjustments to remote or menu settings, once the thing drops a flash you have to go very close to reconnect.I had this problem with my X100S. It goes away if you put the YN-E3-RT into Legacy Mode; this might help with pre-2012 cameras.
Surely they mean mbit? 100mb/s would be 800mbit/s, which is pretty damn fast...... My own connection is only 60mbit/12mbit hehe.I have a 1Gb/s network in my house; GB switches are quite cheap these days.