Didn't bother reading the previous items so it's probably already said, but: Canon will have a hard time taking over the Sigma 35 Art.
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Here you go, if you're a video professional, try this:
take an a7s, with a 7" Shogun on the wobbly hotshoe, but a cage around the a7s, to mount an XLR input for acceptable sound, then put a third party adapter on the mount, then your lens, which now you have to control and focus manually, no big deal, you're a pro, then get some rails and screw on a mattebox on the front to put your NDs. And yes, remember that the battery of the 7" Shogun runs for 20-30 minutes, and the battery on the a7s runs for an hour or so, so to forget power as you would do on a c100, put a V lock battery on the back of the whole thing to balance it out.
Then go out, shoot, get back to edit the Log files, in which you'll find any bright bluw colour in the images clipped like a cartoon segment, and find highlight edges aliasing, and also find noticeable aliasing on fine detail at 4K. Then scale down to 1080p, deliver to client
Happy shooting, and, good luck!
At this price, the old C100 will sit on shelves for a while. I could get a a7s + Shogun for $4500. 4K, FF, ProRes vs. HD, crop, AVCHD.
With the A7S you'd also have to purchase the XLR adaptor, EF Lens adaptor, Variable ND filter(s), and SSDs which will put you closer to $6000. If your clients are asking for 4K then the A7S with shogun is a good deal and will produce an amazing image. But when doing Run 'N Gun, weddings, or events the C100 is probably a better bet since many people can use it right out of the box. Also, the Dual Pixel AF is extremely helpful for any of the situations listed above. It's really just a matter of what your needs are, what your clients' needs are, and what your budget is.
the visual language is different.